Bucks County Community College was strategically founded in 1964, when its initiators carefully assessed the importance of such an institution within the social environment of a growing population. The school grants associate degrees and certificates, while also acting as a ‘stepping stone’ to a bachelor’s degree.
The college has a wide-ranging array of academic programs, all of which are staffed by professors holding degrees from some of the top US universities. At the same time, the institution is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association... See full description.
Delaware Technical & Community College (DTCC) came into existence in 1966, comprising of 4 campuses. The campuses include Owens campus in Georgetown, Delaware, Stanton Campus in Newark, Terry campus in Dover and Wilmington campus in Wilmington. DTCC offers more than 140 academic programs consisting of 48 degree programs and 61 Certificate opportunities. Delaware Technical has a varsity team known as Roadrunners which has both a baseball and softball team. The baseball team was crowned champions in 2001 at the NJCAA Division II World Series.
Erie Community College is a two-year community college, and it is part of the 64-campus SUNY system. It is the fourth-largest community college in the state of New York. The institution receives more than thirteen thousand students. The college operates three campuses, which are based in Buffalo, Williamsville, and Orchard Park. ECC has made available over 90 associate degree and certificate programs, non-credit courses and training programs. Furthermore, n March 2011, ECC announced a partnership through which ECC Criminal Justice graduates are able to enroll on a Cazenovia Baccalaureate... See full description.
SUNY is a system of public universities in New York, USA. It was established in 1948, and represents the largest system of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Overall, it has 64 campuses around the state, including four University Centers. Accordingly, the system offers all types of undergraduate, postgraduate, and distance learning programs with the purpose to preserve the high quality of education in the public institutions of New York. With regard to this, in 2010, SUNY launched a new strategic plan, which is called the Power of SUNY.