Delaware Community Colleges
Community colleges, formerly known as junior colleges, are 2-year higher education institutions that provide postsecondary courses leading to certificate and associate degree as a pathway to a four-year degree. Below is a list of all community colleges in the state of Delaware. For each college, you will see the name of current president, website URL, street address, phone number, postal code and city location. See Countryaah.com for the list of all cities and towns in Delaware.
Delaware is home to some of the best community colleges in the nation. With a variety of educational opportunities, ranging from career and technical training to transferable degrees, Delaware’s community colleges have something for everyone. From Delaware Technical Community College, with its five campuses spread throughout the state, to Wilmington University’s two campuses in New Castle County and Sussex County, students can find just what they need at one of these schools.
At Delaware Technical Community College (DTCC), students can choose from over 150 different programs including certificate and degree programs in fields such as business, engineering, health care and hospitality. DTCC also offers specialized training for those looking to start their own business or pursue a career in entrepreneurship. In addition to its comprehensive academic offerings, DTCC also provides personal advising services for students as well as career services such as resume building workshops and job search assistance.
Wilmington University is another popular choice among Delaware’s community college options. With two campuses located respectively in New Castle County and Sussex County, Wilmington University offers a wide range of degree programs including accounting, business administration and information technology. Students at Wilmington University can also take advantage of the university’s extensive library resources which include an online catalog of more than 100 databases as well as access to e-books and e-journals.
Both DTCC and Wilmington University are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education which ensures that all courses taken at these schools will be accepted by other institutions if students ever decide to transfer credits or pursue additional education after graduating from one of these schools. Additionally, both institutions have articulation agreements with four-year universities so that students who complete their associate’s degree at one of these schools will be able to easily transfer into a higher level program if they choose to do so in the future.
Delaware’s community college system is an excellent option for those looking for an affordable educational opportunity without sacrificing quality or resources available to their students. From recent high school graduates just starting out on their academic journey all the way up through adults who want to go back school after years away from academia – there is something available for everyone within Delaware’s community college system!
- Searchforpublicschools.com: Offers a list of all public K12 schools in Delaware by county, including elementary schools, middle schools and high schools.
|Delaware Technical & Community College-Owens Campus|
|CEO/President:||Ileana M. Smith|
|Address:||Route 18 PO Box 610|
|Delaware Technical & Community College-Stanton/Wilmington|
|Address:||400 Stanton-Christiana Road|
|Delaware Technical & Community College-Terry|
|CEO/President:||Daniel L. Simpson|
|Address:||100 Campus Drive|
|Delaware Technical and Community College|
|CEO/President:||Orlando J. George|
|Address:||President’s Office 100 Campus Dr.|