Delaware community college needs space

Nov. 14, 2008
Official with Delaware Technical & Community College says enrollment continues to grow

Delaware Technical & Community College continues to struggle with capacity problems as enrollment outpaced available classroom and lab space, President Orlando George told state officials. Delaware Tech's enrollment is at a record 15,228 this year. Overall enrollment is expected to hit 22,000 by 2020. But the school has not opened a new classroom facility since 1999.

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