News & Events
DOVER - The Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education division held a November 13, 2015, graduation ceremony for 15 individuals who successfully completed the College’s State Constable Academy.
DOVER - Students in the Terry Campus criminal justice and homeland security programs recently had the opportunity to participate in an emergency response drill conducted by the Dover Police Department.
DOVER – Students, faculty and staff from the Terry Campus collected 2,300 non-perishable items for DART’s 18th annual “Stuff The Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive for the Food Bank of Delaware.
STANTON - Fourteen Discover Bank employees recently completed a financial literacy course offered at their job site, in partnership with Delaware Tech. Discover launched the Financial Literacy series to introduce their employees to the basics of personal money management, including the various types of credit as well as investing.
In an effort to increase and diversify College revenue sources, Delaware Tech recently reorganized the development division to include revision of responsibilities and the addition of key positions. As a result, several development professionals have recently joined the Delaware Tech team.
Every year, Delaware Tech employees give generously to the College’s Educational Foundation which provides scholarships for students and enables them to reach their educational goals. Their support also contributes to important college initiatives such as technology enhancements, instructional equipment, and endowment funds for the future support of instruction and student services.
DOVER – Governor Jack A. Markell nominated, and the Delaware State Senate confirmed, Ms. Patti A. Grimes as a member of Delaware Tech's Board of Trustees, effective May 13, 2015. Ms. Grimes replaces Louis F. Owens, Jr., M.D. as the Sussex County appointment.
GEORGETOWN – Megan Cordrey, an early childhood education major from Georgetown, was honored as the first recipient of the Matt Haley Award at the 2015 Celebration of Student Life at Delaware Technical Community Coll
Flags were flown at the Georgetown and Dover locations of Delaware Tech in honor of our military, first responders and other heroes who serve our country or community and make a difference in the lives of others.
Students earning associate degrees in several majors at Delaware Tech will benefit from recently signed agreements that provide an avenue to a bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Delaware Technical Community College and Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIU Carbondale) recently partnered with the signing of several new transfer agreements.
On January 28, Governor Jack A. Markell nominated and the Delaware State Senate confirmed, Scott A. Green as chair of Delaware Tech's Board of Trustees.