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 $24,800.
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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
I have had a decent experience at Delaware Tech. I went to school here to save money. That is one thing I can't complain about, with the SEED Scholarship, I paid very little to attend this school. Money aside, though, I have had good experiences and I have had not so good experiences. Most of my accounting classes have been good. My english classes, though, could've been a lot better. There is a discordance between campuses with the material they use. All in all, though, it has been great for the money. I would suggest it to students who're trying to save money and to adults who would like to continue to learn.
My experience here has been perfect for the most part, the only bad things that have happened is I've received misinformation from a srtaff member which pushed my degree back a semester. But other than that it has been fantastic. All of the instructors have been very helpful and do everything in their power to ensure youre ready in that class. They ensure that you understand the material before testing on it and give out times for you to come in and talk over the material to prepare you for the tests.
The teachers here are some of the best I've ever had. The small class sizes ensure they know your name and allows students to get a more personalized education. I still keep up with many of them semesters after, and they seem genuinely interested in my future endeavors. In the small classes, the diversity is shown. Not only racial diversity, but age diversity as well. Another great thing about this campus is the walk-ability of it. It's small, so one can walk from one end to other in about ten minutes, and signs make classrooms easy to find.