Delaware Tech - Stanton-Wilmington is an above-average public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,188 undergraduate students. The Delaware Tech - Stanton-Wilmington acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 13% of students, Delaware Tech - Stanton-Wilmington alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,700.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.22 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.21 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.21 responses
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Delaware Technical Community College - Stanton-Wilmington Reviews
I would like to say my over all experience in college is wonderful, however, due to some mistakes and miscommunications I found my first and second semester stressful. Constantly having to worry about financial aid and the changing rules of the school that favor students less, is worrying but over all I have enjoyed the learning experience and had some really great teachers, so far. I hope to have a better 3rd semester. I doubt you ever really enjoy college unless partying is your thing and you go to a party school, which Delaware Tech is not. Overall Delaware Tech if an affordable school with pretty good activities and events as long as you understand it is a community college, not a four year college that probably has more to offer but with a much higher price tag so would suggest coming here to lighten your financial burdens.
I enjoyed my time at Del Tech. Everyone was really nice and friendly. I enjoyed meeting new people and learning more about new things and more about myself. I loved the teachers, they were nice and helpful all of the time, they helped whenever I needed it. The classes I took there were great too, they were challenging but not to challenging. I really enjoyed the chance of doing internships during a couple of my semesters here. I enjoyed the activities that they offered, like the spring break trips that were offered to New York and to Washington DC. It was a safe environment to be in, I felt comfortable.
Del tech is a very good place to get basic introduction classes. with that being said they still do an outstanding job. the facilities there are great from the labs to the math center. moreover, the teachers are great sure there are the ones that don't care but there are a lot of them that really do care and want to help people learn. If you can get the SEED scholarship do it pays for three years!