Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act

The Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act (PL 101-542), requires the College to disclose and report program completion and graduation rates, and to maintain campus security policies and campus crime information. Delaware Technical Community College monitors regularly the success of its students. Students should check with the campus Dean of Student Affairs Office for graduation rates for first-time, full-time students. Copies of the Annual Report and Security Policy and Procedures may be obtained from the Dean of Student Affairs Office or the Security Office.

Campus Security

Delaware Technical Community College is concerned about the safety and welfare of its students, faculty and staff, and seeks to provide a safe and secure environment. The College has developed a series of policies and procedures that are designed to help protect persons while they are on campus. Copies of the policies are available from Student Affairs or Public Safety.

Delaware Technical Community College is fortunate to have a very low crime rate on campus. To maintain our good record, students are encouraged to stay alert and whenever possible travel in pairs. Always lock cars and bikes. Never leave personal property unattended. Please report incidents immediately to Public Safety or switchboard operator, who will contact the appropriate personnel. Persons committing criminal offenses on campus or at College functions will be prosecuted.

All college personnel assist in promoting campus security. The Public Safety Department facilitates safety and security matters. Public Safety officers are on campus during classes and may be available for escorting students to cars at the end of classes. Students requiring an escort should contact the Public Safety office or evening switchboard operator.

Persons who violate laws or who commit criminal offenses on campus will be prosecuted.