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LifeLong Learning FAQs

How do I register for Learning LifeLong classes online?

When is payment due for LifeLong Learning classes and testing?

How do I pay? What methods of payment can I use?

The course I would like to take is full. Can I be added to a waiting list?

Does a course waiting list automatically carry over to next available session?

Is financial aid available for LifeLong Learning classes or testing?

What is included in the admission process?

When should I register for classes/testing?

What is the attendance policy for LifeLong Learning classes?

Is there a minimum age requirement for LifeLong Learning classes?

Do I need to be a Delta student to take a LifeLong Learning class?

Where are LifeLong Learning classes held?

What is LifeLong Learning’s refund policy?

Are there additional fees for books or supplies?

How do I know if I need to purchase textbooks for my class?

Does LifeLong Learning provide job placement?

What happens if my class is cancelled?


How do I register for LifeLong Learning classes online?

Students are responsible for making sure pre-requisites have been completed and verified prior to online registration. If the class you wish to register for is FULL you must call LifeLong Learning to be added to the WAITLIST.

1. Go to MyDelta (link on top right of the website)

2. Select "Register for LifeLong Learning/CEU Sections"

3. At the "Register and Pay" screen, enter the course number (or search by key words) and hit "SUBMIT" button

4. Select class from the list provided and hit "SUBMIT" button

5. Enter your personal information (required) and hit "SUBMIT" button

6. "Additional Registration Info" screen — Hit "SUBMIT" button when complete.

7.You are now ready to "Pay for Classes". Have your credit card ready and complete all required fields. Hit "SUBMIT" button to complete registration.

Upon successful registration, the system will send an e-mail confirmation.

When is payment due for LifeLong Learning classes and testing?

Payment is due at the time of registration for all LifeLong Learning classes and testing services.

How do I pay? What methods of payment can I use?

Payment is due at the time of registration for all LifeLong Learning Programs and Testing Services. Delta College accepts cash, check, money order and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover).  Make checks and money orders out to “Delta College”. 

The course I would like to take is full.  Can I be added to a waiting list?

LifeLong Learning does keep waiting lists for most programs once capacity has been reached.  Please call the LifeLong Learning office at 989-686-9444 to be added to a waiting list and/or for more details.

Does a course waiting list automatically carry over to next available session?

Waiting lists do not carry over to the next semester or available section. 

Is financial aid available for LifeLong Learning classes or testing?

LifeLong Learning programs and testing services are not eligible for traditional forms of financial aid such as Pell Grants.  However, you may qualify for one of the opportunities listed below.

1. The Board of Trustees Grant: Call 989-686-9080 (Midland/Auburn 1-989-495-4000, ext. 9080.) To make an appointment, please call the Financial Aid Office at 989-686-9080. Midland: 495-4000 ext. 9080.Eligibility requirements apply. Download Board of Trustees Grant Application

2. Michigan Works! Offices in Saginaw (989-249-5232), Bay (989-667-0500) and Midland (989-631- 3073) counties. No Worker Left behind funding may be available for our programs. Eligibility requirements apply.

What is included in the admission process?

Several LifeLong Learning short-term occupational training programs require that you complete an admissions application to Delta College. There are several ways to apply to Delta College. For an admissions application, office hours and other important information please visit the Admissions Office website. This includes the processing of your application, your first series of COMPASS Assessments, your Delta email and ID. Admission applications can be completed through several different avenues.

1. You may apply online.
2. You may also apply in person within the Admissions Office and pick-up the application. Your application will be processed while you are at the college and you will receive your student number.

When should I register for classes/testing?

You can register as late as the day before most classes and testing services.  By waiting you do run the risk of the class either being filled or being cancelled.  We always suggest registering as soon as possible to avoid these situations. 

What is the attendance policy for LifeLong Learning classes?

Class attendance is mandatory for all LifeLong Learning classes. Students are expected to be fully prepared for and participate in all class sessions.  Consistent on-time attendance is required.  If a problem arises, you MUST contact your instructor and your clinical unit (if applicable) prior to the class or clinical.  Certificate of completion will not be awarded if student does not attend all sessions.

Is there a minimum age requirement for LifeLong Learning classes?

Unless otherwise noted, LifeLong Learning classes are geared towards a young adult/adult audience.  However, in some classes younger students are permitted via Dual Enrollment.  Please contact our office for details about specific course age requirements. 

Do I need to be a Delta student to take a LifeLong Learning class?

Many LifeLong Learning classes do not require you to complete the Delta College Admissions application to be able to participate.  However, many of our Career Training programs do require you complete the Admissions process.  Please contact the LifeLong Learning offices at 989-686-9444 or lifelonglearning@delta.edu for details about specific courses.

Where are LifeLong Learning classes held?

Most LifeLong Learning classes and test sessions are held at Delta’s main campus.  However, occasionally we do hold classes at one of our off-campus centers or a partnership site.  Please refer to your registration statement or our website for specific class locations.

What is LifeLong Learning’s refund policy?

LifeLong Learning will grant 100% REFUND prior to the start date of any program. No refunds authorized on or after the start date. Fees are non-transferable. Testing fees are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Are there additional fees for books or supplies?

Many LifeLong Learning classes do require you to purchase textbook and/or supplies prior to the first day of class.  These materials are not included in the course fee, as we like to allow our students flexibility when they make these purchases.

How do I know if I need to purchase textbooks for my class?

Please refer to the LifeLong Learning website to verify if textbooks are required for your course. You may purchase your books through the Delta College Bookstore.

Online: Order your book online at www.bookstore.delta.edu
By Phone: You can place your textbook order by phone 989-686-9030
In Person: Purchase textbooks in person on main campus in the bookstore

Does LifeLong Learning provide job placement?

LifeLong Learning is focused on training and does not offer job placement. However, Delta College Career Services has numerous resources students can use to gain employment including current job postings, resume and cover letter advice, and interviewing materials. For more information, please call 989-686-9074 or visit the Career Services website.

What happens if my class is cancelled?

Occasionally, classes are cancelled due to numerous reasons. The LifeLong Learning office will contact you if you are registered in a class that has been cancelled.  A full refund will be automatically processed for you if this occurs.

When is payment due for LifeLong Learning classes and testing?

Payment is due at the time of registration for all LifeLong Learning classes and testing services.

How can I find my COMPASS scores?

COMPASS Testing is offered through the Testing Center located in A-133 on the Delta College Main Campus.  Please contact them by calling 989-686-9182 or testingcenter@delta.edu.

How late can I register for a class?

You can register as late as the day before most classes and testing services.  By waiting you do run the risk of the class either being filled or being cancelled. 

 

More Questions?

We can help! Call us at (989) 686-9444 or send us an email at lifelonglearning@delta.edu.

 


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