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Facilities & Technology

We work really hard to make sure Delta has the best facilities and technology for our students. Will they learn more? We think so.

We're always improving. Leading by example with green campus projects, learning innovations and state-of-the-art technology is important to us. We want our students to have the best learning environment, so they graduate with the tools they need to succeed.

Anatomage table.
Chemistry lab.
CNC class.

From the anatomage table in the health professions building to the best technology available in the CNC lab, Delta's got the latest and greatest so you are prepared when you graduate, ready to hit the ground running. 

What's going on? 

  • Downtown Midland Center
    Downtown Midland Center

    Delta College Downtown Midland facility provides a unique resource in a convenient, central location and offers state-of-the-art instruction with a collaborative approach. 

  • Surgical technology students.
    Health Professions Building

    In 2012, Delta completed a $20 million renovation to the Health Professions Building that included a complete overhaul of the technology and equipment in the health-related programs. 

  • CNC Student
    Tech Trades renovations

    Delta recently completed a $2.3 million renovation in the skilled trades area. These renovations were part of a Community College Skilled Trades Equipment Program (CCSTEP) Grant awarded to Delta.

    Being able to learn on state-of-the-art technology in facilities like these gives our students the training they need to become valuable employees when they graduate. 


Delta's Health Professions Building was awarded a LEED Gold Certification, and has reduced energy consumption by more than 30% in some areas. 


Delta College has 98 classrooms and 103 labs. 


Created by Alden B. Dow of Midland in 1961, the central courtyard was created to give the Delta community a place to study, relax and socialize.


Our Pioneer Gym can accommodate 2,074 guests.