News & Events
The Delaware Tech men’s cross country program recently signed Dover High School student-athlete Sean Saxton to a letter of intent. Saxton will join a team that won last year’s NJCAA Region 19 Championship.
The winners of a black and white license plate raffle were announced recently, and congratulations go to Pete and Susan Booker of Wilmington, DE. Tickets were sold over several months, with proceeds benefiting the College’s student scholarship fund.
Delaware Tech’s Cross Country Team recently signed three recruits for its 2017-2018 cross country team. These included:
• Brandon Halter from St. George’s Technical High School
• Isabella Hanrahan from St. Mark’s High School
• Alexander Nieves from Glasgow High School
GEORGETOWN - The Owens Campus is proud to announce our exciting new fundraiser, 30 Prizes in 30 Days, which includes over $10,000 worth of prizes!
NEWARK – Delaware Technical Community College nursing student Mr. Shannon Freeman was selected as a 2016 Coca-Cola Leader of Promise Scholar by the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
Delaware Technical Community College, The Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership (DEMEP) and the Delaware Manufacturing Association (DMA) celebrated Governor Jack Markell’s proclamation of Delaware Manufacturing Week (October 3-7), which coincides with National Manufacturing Day on October
DOVER - Del-One Federal Credit Union contributed $500,000 to Delaware Technical Community College for naming rights to the conference center at the Terry Campus in Dover.
GEORGETOWN – The Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation recently awarded a three-year $105,000 grant to Delaware Technical Community College to grow manufacturing training and education in Kent and Sussex counties. The Foundation is the charitable giving arm of Perdue Farms.
DOVER – The Delaware Tech Terry Campus was again a gathering point for the area’s business and education leaders, state and local government officials and community members as it hosted the 8th annual Kent County Economic Summit on September 20, 2016.
GEORGETOWN – Natalie L. Herring, of New Castle, and John B. Roach, of Georgetown, have been selected as recipients of the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award for Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus and will be honored on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Delaware Tech’s collegewide women’s cross country team welcomes a new coaching staff this year, consisting of head coach Leah-Kate Lounsbury and assistant coaches Whitney Hora and Michael O’Brian.
Delaware Technical Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Pathways Program has been awarded the National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE) Program Exemplary Award.
Congratulations to the College’s Culinary Arts Program for being named among the 50 Best Culinary Schools in the United States by Best Choice Schools.