For the eighth consecutive year, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named Delaware County Community College a “Great College to Work For.”
The results were a part of The Chronicle’s 10th annual report on the Academic Workplace. More than 45,000 employees from 232 institutions nationwide participated in the survey. The results showed that Delaware County Community College has once again found its place among the 79 colleges selected as a “Great College to Work For.”
“Delaware County Community College has always been a great place to work and grow professionally,” said college president Dr. L. Joy Gates Black. “Earning the Great Colleges to Work For distinction for eight consecutive years is a testament to the college’s accepting and caring environment where each of us, working collectively, can make a difference for our students and our colleagues.”
She added that the college will use the feedback from the survey in the spirit of continuous improvement to “collaboratively find ways to make the college an even greater place to work.”
Delaware County Community College was also recognized in four other categories this year: Facilities, Workspace & Security, Compensation & Benefits, and Work/Life Balance.