Are you a motivated high school student looking to get a jumpstart on college? Dual enrollment lets you take classes at Delta and earn college credit at the same time.
But, there’s more to it than that:
It’s a two-for-one deal. Dual enrollment classes can count toward high school graduation and college credit.
Dual enrollment gives you a glimpse at what it’s like to be a college student before leaving the comfort and support of home. Learn what instructors expect and how college is different than high school.
Dual enrollment classes are usually paid for by your high school. You’ll have the potential to finish college early and pay less overall.
You can take classes that aren’t available at your high school. And, it can give you a closer look at your area of interest. If you like psychology, a college course in abnormal psychology will help you explore that field in greater depth.
Students who are dual enrolled are more likely to graduate and continue their education beyond high school.
College courses broaden your horizon, challenge you and help you dream big.
Delta credits transfer
The college credit you earn as a dual enrollment student at Delta can transfer to a whole bunch of places. Want to check what transfers? Use Delta’s Transfer Wizard.
There are a lot of courses to choose from
Last year, a few of the most popular courses were General Psychology, Principles of Sociology, College Composition 1 and 2, American Government and College Algebra. But that’s not all that’s offered. Talk to your high school counselor for more options.
There are options for locations, too.
Courses are held at Delta’s main campus, Delta’s satellite campuses in Bay City, Midland and Saginaw, plus several high schools and online.
- Complete the Delta College Application online as a Dual Enrollment Student.
- Submit your signed Dual Enrollment Approval and Tuition Authorization Form to the Admissions Office (Please note: This form must be submitted prior to each semester you are taking Dual Enrollment courses).
- After completing your application you will receive an admissions packet explaining the next steps.