News & Events
WILMINGTON - On Friday, February 5, 2016, Delaware Technical Community College’s Dental Health Center, located at the College’s George Campus in Wilmington, hosted Give Kids a Smile, a national program that provides free dental care to children from low-income families.
If it wasn’t for Delaware Tech, I’m not sure where I’d be.” It’s a common refrain among Delaware Tech students and graduates and one that is particularly relevant this year as the College celebrates an important milestone – its 50th anniversary.
Delaware Tech’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapter advisors met to renew collegewide efforts to enhance Phi Theta Kappa activities and initiatives. The campus chapters are collaborating to increase awareness of the honor society and its benefits and scholarships.
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.
STANTON - On May 1, 2015, Delaware Tech hosted the 2015 Collegewide Business Plan Competition. It was the first time the event has involved students from Entrepreneurship Technology programs from across the College. A lucky 13 students competed in the program’s capstone project of presenting a business plan in a judged competition.
GEORGETOWN– Being a repeat champion in sports is never easy. Despite another phenomenal season, the Delaware Technical Community College Owens Campus Lady Roadrunners softball team found that out this year as their season came to an end with a stellar 24-4 record, but not a return trip to the NJCAA Division II National Championship.
Recently, Governor Jack Markell announced grant funding to 15 high schools to support Delaware students as part of the Pathways to Prosperity initiative.
In celebration of National Nurses Week, we would like to recognize and thank all of our nursing faculty, graduates and students for the outstanding contributions they make to the College and community.
On Sunday, April 26 the article “The Rising, Long-Term Cost of a Diploma” was published in the News Journal. But Delawareans have options, and Delaware Tech has increasingly become a wise choice for many. Click on the link below to read how Delaware Tech is part of the solution to address the student debt crisis.