You can save a ton of money by coming to Delta.
It costs less than half what you’d pay at a public university ($127 per contact hour), but you get the same quality education. Plus, Delta students were awarded $23 million in financial aid last year and $781,670 in Delta scholarships. That’s a lot of money available to students.
Cost comparison 2023-24
|Institution||Tuition + fees||On-campus housing||Total cost|
|U of M - Flint||$14,340||$10,315||$24,655|
* In-district or in-state tuition and fees for 30 contact/credit hours per year.
Information retrieved from college and university websites, 07/25/23.
If you need a tuition payment plan to make it easier, that’s available too.
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.
“The financial support I’ve received from the community is a blessing. I want to pay it back by doing my best in school and making a difference in my future.”
2015 YWCA GLBR Women of Achievement Awards – Emerging Leader Honoree
Planning to transfer to SVSU
Future athletic trainer