News & Events
WILMINGTON – A team of three Delaware Tech students recently placed 10 out of 726 teams in a nationwide finance challenge sponsored by TD Ameritrade. The thinkorswim Challenge is a 4-week long trading competition that ran from October 10-November 4.
Students enrolled in Delaware Tech’s Chemical Process Operator (CPO) program had an opportunity to learn outside of the classroom recently when they visited the Delaware City Refinery.
Dover, Delaware – For 10 years, the Delaware Police Chiefs Foundation has awarded scholarships to Criminal Justice students from Delaware Tech. For the past three years, these scholarships have gone to students in the Law Enforcement Option (LEO) program.
TechHire is a national initiative launched by the White House to address the over 500,000 jobs that are going unfilled in the IT industry.
Collaborative partnership between Delaware Tech, Trane and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) has culminated in the opening of just the fourth Trane Center of Excellence in the country.
When Dr. Mark Brainard became president in 2014, building on the College’s legacy of supporting its veteran and military students was one of his top priorities.
On September 8, 2015, the first-ever meeting of the Delaware Technical Community College Alumni Board was held at the Office of the President located on the Terry Campus in Dover, uniting officers from the three campus alumni chapters.
DOVER - Students in the Terry Campus architectural engineering, construction management and interior design technologies programs helped make the recent holiday season a bit merrier for downtown Dover by designing a new house for Santa to call home when he visits the state’s capital.
On December 9, students and instructors from the Terry and Stanton Campus culinary arts programs traveled to Washington, DC to participate in the Taste of Delaware. This premier culinary event, co-hosted by U.S.
On December 8, representatives from the American Legion recognized Delaware Tech for our support of veterans and military families, particularly the 22in22 campaign to prevent soldier suicide. Commander James Gallagher said, “Thank you to Delaware Tech for all that you do for veterans.