News & Events
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
H. Terry Johnson was inducted into the Delaware Technical Community College Owens Campus Hall of Fame on Thursday, April 6 during a ceremony held in the Carter Partnership Center.
Delaware Tech men’s lacrosse had four players named NJCAA Region XIX 2016 All-Region.
Goalie Curtis Thomson and defender Chase Evans were first-team selections, while midfielders Jordan Ashby and Justin Malloy were second-team honorees.
As the nation celebrated National Volunteer Week in April, Delaware Technical Community College continues to celebrate its year-long 50th anniversary through volunteerism – “Delivering Excellence, Changing Lives” through service to others.
GEORGETOWN – Photography, video, creative writing and graphic design converge for the second annual Multimedia Art Showcase at the Milton Theatre on Wednesday, April 27, from 6:30-8 p.m.
STANTON - You may notice something a little different when you walk through the Student Affairs hallways at the Stanton and George Campuses. “Safe Zone” stickers adorn the doors of several academic counselors and other staff members.
DOVER - The Terry Campus honored two eminent graduates as Distinguished Alumni during an April 14, 2016 ceremony. Paul M. Bernat and Tammy J.
STANTON - As part of its 50th Anniversary celebration, Delaware Tech partnered with the Food Bank of Delaware and the General Assembly to donate food to the Food Bank during a time of great need.
On April 12, the Board of Trustees unanimously approved a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree program. This additional pathway will allow our associate degree RN’s to obtain a BSN degree right here at Delaware Tech.
Recently the College hosted “Drones for Delaware” events at three campuses statewide to highlight the future and promise of the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or “drone” industry in Delaware.
GEORGETOWN - Sue Pepper-Whapham was inducted into the Owens Campus Hall of Fame on Thursday, April 7 during a ceremony held in the Carter Partnership Center.
On March 23, the Delaware Tech Owens Campus added three more names to the illustrious group of women that have been honored at the annual Women’s Day ceremony.