Eleven middle school girls from across Delaware County participated in a C++ Coding workshop led by Women in STEM Club student members: instructor Scott Duffy, a computer science major, and teaching assistant Bridget Rose, an engineering major. Francis Bongiavanni, a teaching assistant from TechGirlz, also participated in the event.
TechGirlz is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the gender gap in technology occupations and empowering girls to be future technology leaders. Delaware County Community College is a leader in STEM education, and is committed to encouraging and supporting female students in STEM programs.
Earn Credits Between Semesters Through Winter Online Session
Earn credits between semesters through Delaware County Community College’s accelerated winter session. Registration is now open for these intensive, online credit courses. The session runs from Monday, Dec. 12 to Friday, Jan. 13.
Featuring more than 60 courses, the winter session has something for everyone, and can help you jumpstart your education or complete general education requirements between semesters.
Courses include American History, Elementary Spanish, English Composition, General Psychology, Introduction to Business, Medical Terminology, and more. New, visiting, and returning students are invited to apply.
For the full course listing, as well as registration instructions and textbook information, visit www.dccc.edu/winter.
Spring Registration Now Open
Whether you are a new or returning student at Delaware County Community College, do not miss out on the courses you need this spring. Registration is now open for the spring semester and three accelerated terms.
The dates for all spring sessions are:
- Spring semester: Jan. 17-May 8
- Spring accelerated 1: Jan. 17-Mar. 12
- Spring 2 session: Feb. 6-May 8
- Spring accelerated 2: Mar. 20-May 8
All sessions feature a range of options, including online and hybrid courses. Classes are offered at a number of convenient locations:
- Brandywine Campus (Downingtown)
- Downingtown Campus (Downingtown)
- Exton Center (Exton)
- Marple Campus (Media)
- Pennocks Bridge Campus (West Grove)
- Southeast Center (Sharon Hill)
- Upper Darby Center (Upper Darby)
To enroll in a degree or certificate program, new students must apply for admission. Applying is easy, and college staff members are available to assist with the process. The College offers reasonable tuition, financial aid, and scholarships.
Start the application and registration process at www.dccc.edu/spring.