Delaware Tech - Owens is an above-average public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,803 undergraduate students. The Delaware Tech - Owens acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 20% of students, Delaware Tech - Owens alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,200.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.26 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.23 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.22 responses
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Delaware Technical Community College - Owens Reviews
My experience with Delaware Technical Community College- Owens has been amazing, to say the least. I have worked so hard to get to where I am today in school, and I couldn’t have done it without the great instructors I have had so far. I am currently in nursing school, and in December, I will graduate with my associate degree. After, I plan to apply to Delaware Technical Community College’s Bachelor’s program for nursing! It is so convenient that they have the program to obtain your bachelor’s degree on the same campus. Delaware Technical Community College, especially their nursing program, has prepared me for the real world, and I am so thankful to go here!
I remember moving to Delaware from Philadelphia to start a new college experience and was so nervous. The first time I stepped into Delaware Tech, everyone was welcoming. I immediately felt comfortable and excited to start my new chapter. The major thing that was helpful about Delaware Tech was how much they helped me out financially. I went to a community college for a couple semesters and Delaware Tech was half the price I paid before. My advisers were always there to help me and direct me into the path. Having help both academically and financially helped me immensely and I wouldn't have gotten to the place I am today with the help of these amazing people. Being able to go to college is a luxury that I think most of us forget. Having people that want to help and see you succeed makes a big difference.
Now finishing up my freshmen year at this school, I am happy to say it was a great year overall. The school not only offers various programs to study but Delaware residents are able to go to school for free for two years here. It really takes off the pressure of finances so you can just focus on your studies. The administration is very helpful and just wants to see you graduate and receive your degree. They also have connected programs to the University of Delaware. So after you receive your associates you are able to transfer to University of Delaware to finish up your bachelors. It is a great school.