Clinical Entry Registration Process
The Clinical Entry Registration/Waitlist Process requires students to be validated prior to entry into the Clinical sequence. Validated students must put themselves on the waitlist during the Special Clinical Registration/Waitlist period listed below for the upcoming Fall and Winter semesters. (See dates below.) Go to My Delta to waitlist for the "Clinical Entry /Orientation Code" specific to your program. It will not matter if you waitlist on the first day or the last day of the Special Clinical Registration/Waitlist period. If you have problems waitlisting, call the Registrar’s Office at 989-686-9427 for assistance.
Note: If you have not been an active student at Delta College in the past two years prior to your registration, apply online and re-admit as an active student prior to the Special Registration/Waitlist Period.
Every student must waitlist themselves and at the end of the registration period the registration system will rank order individuals based on semester of validation.
If there are more students within a validation semester than there are remaining openings, the following will be used for ranking:
- Semester of Validation
- Grades in BIO 152W and 153W or BIO 240 and 241
- Successful completion of refresher A & P (BIO 160B)
- In-District Residency
- Total Delta Credits
- Overall Delta College GPA
If a tie exists, the higher overall Delta GPA will break the tie.
Clinical Entry Registration Steps
In the MyDelta registration system, click on "waitlist" for the Clinical Entry/Orientation course specific to your program (do not click "register"). Verify you are on the waitlist at "Manage My Waitlist". Students who have not been officially validated or who have a hold, will not be allowed to waitlist or register. Within one week after the registration period ends, top-ranked students will be registered to fill each program and notification of registration will be sent to their Delta email address. The top 10 alternates in nursing and the top 5 in all other programs, will be notified through their Delta email address. Waitlist does not carry over to the next Special Registration/Waitlist period.
Clinical Entry Programs and Codes
||DH 000 FA900
|Nursing RN Full-Time
||NUR 000 FA900
|Nursing RN Part-Time
||NPT 000 FA900
|Physical Therapist Assistant
||PTA 000 FA900
||PNE 000 FA900
||RAD 000 FA900
||RT 000 FA900
||ST 000 FA900
||DMS 100 FA900
|Nursing Transition (LPN to RN)
||NT 000 WN900
||NUR 000 WN900
Tuesday, June 4 - Thursday, June 13 (Any time except 1 - 4 am)
Tuesday, November 5 - Thursday, November 14 (Any time except 1 - 4 am)
Orientation Dates for Fall 2013
Mandatory Online Orientation for First Clinical Semester: All successfully registered students are to complete a mandatory clinical orientation online anytime between TBA and TBA. To access the orientation log into https://elearning.delta.edu using the same username and password used to access your MyDelta account. If you do not know your user name and password visit https://signup.delta.edu to update and/or create one. If you have technical difficulties, please contact the eLearning Office at eLearnng@delta.edu or click on the Help Desk located inside the orientation site. If you have an orientation question, contact your program coordinator.
In addition to the online orientation the following on-campus orientation is required:
- Nursing (RN full-time, part-time, Practical Nursing: January 4, 2013 from 9am - 12:00pm (Noon), F010
- Dental Hygiene: June 24, 2013 from 9am - 3pm, E114
- Sonography (DMS): June 26, 2013 from 9am - 12:00pm (Noon), J138
- Radiography: July 11, 2013 from 9am - 4pm, K109
Validated students should waitlist themselves each semester their program is offered. During the third year of your validation you must waitlist. If your program fills in the third year of your validation and you do not get in, your validation will be extended for one year. Failure to waitlist in the third year will void your validation.