89% of students
I loved DCCC. It is an excellent school with good opportunities for students. You get what you put into it. If that's lots of effort and passion, it will reflect in your grades. If you slack off, it will reflect in your grades. Professors want to be communicative and helpful but need to know if you're struggling. The campus is lovely and the commutes are good.
I had very few negative experiences at DCCC.
It is my only experience with college and it was pretty good
The art programs require a $100 art kit per class
It amazing campus, amazing staff, and it's a well-rounded school.
The culinary program is wonderful. All the teachers are extremely nice, helpful, knowledgable, and there to turn you into a better cook. I had great experiences with the baking and pastry courses with Chef Lynn. The professional cooking courses have been wonderful. We have learned so many classic techniques and the dishes are turning out are wonderful. For the cost of education, the quality of the education, and the location; the DCCC culinary program can't be beaten.
Inadequate equipment and materials coming back post covid. This has since been addressed and we are cooking a proper, very large kitchen now with plenty of materials.
My favorite part about Delaware County was the professors. Especially the business professors. They were all very experienced in their field and had a lot of knowledge beyond just the classwork to provide us. They created a course that was super helpful and useful. A lot of the professors also participated in OER, which is Open Educational Resource course. You did not have to pay for an overpriced textbook that you barely use or an expensive access code.
There are no on-campus dorms
I would say it's like another community college with lots of frequent people walking about trying to find out where they are going on the first day of college.
Parking is far away from all buildings.