We know that cost plays a big role in whether you decide to go to a college or not. We think this will help you make your decision!
Keep in mind, the costs listed here do not include your meals, housing, transportation or other personal expenses you may have while attending college. Also, these rates are subject to change by the Delta College Board of Trustees.
2017-2018 Tuition Costs
|In-district||$107 per credit hour|
|Out-district||$183 per credit hour|
|Out-of-state||$344 per credit hour|
If you are a resident of the Delta College district, 60 years of age or older, you may register for courses at 50% of the current tuition rate (excludes fees). Contact the Registrar's office at 989-686-9305 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Type of fee||Cost|
|Registration fee (Non-refundable)||$40 / semester|
|Technology/excess hours fees||Course specific|
|Online course fee||$30 / credit hour|
Estimated costs for 12 credits per semester
|Course fees (estimated)||$200||$220||$270|
Estimated costs for 6 credits per semester
|Course fees (estimated)||$100||$110||$135|
Books & Supplies
The costs for books and supplies varies greatly depending on the class. So, we can't really estimate that. But, we guarantee it's as low as we can get away with, and still give you the best education possible. That's what we do here at Delta.
Visit the Delta Bookstore to see your required list of books and supplies.
Less than half the cost of a public university, with the same quality education.
An interest-free tuition plan that spreads out your payments.
Half of Delta students receive some form of assistance.
“Not only am I saving money on tuition, I’m saving money on housing. I’m saving even more money because I’m taking classes that I would take at a university for an incredibly lower price.”
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