There are a number of on-campus and in-district support resources available for whatever challenge you might be facing. Below are just a few of those resources. Please remember, we are here to help. For additional resources please contact the Equity Office.
While Delta College does not provide on-campus housing for students, nor does the college endorse any rental companies, we would like to offer you a few resources to get you started on your housing search. The apartments listed below are only a few of the many living options surrounding Delta College. Any listings marked with an asterisk (*)indicates an income based housing option. A more exhaustive list can be obtained by contacting the Equity Office.
For more information on any of the following listings, we suggest you contact the apartment communities directly, or visit their websites.
Bay City Housing Commission*
15 14th St.
Bay City, MI 48708
Affordable Housing Alliance Midland County Non-Profit Housing Corp*
20 W Main Street, Suite 200
Midland, MI 48640
Saginaw Housing Commission*
803 Norman Street
Saginaw, MI 48601
For emergency/crisis situations, contact Michigan 2-1-1 to speak with a community resource specialist in your area who can help you find services and resources that are available to you locally:
Delta College strives to be a friendly environment for families and women who are nursing and breastfeeding. One way the college has done this is by joining the Midland County Breastfeeding Coalition and participating in its Family Friendly Places and Spaces Initiative.
By joining the coalition, Delta is saying that women who breastfeed on campus won't be asked to leave or told to stop. In addition, Delta College offers women a clean, comfortable and secure place on campus they can use for breastfeeding.
- F299C (Second floor, near vending machines)
- S240 (employees only - request key in HR)
- Bay City: Conference Room 116 (for students, faculty and staff)
- Midland Center: Room 220 (for students, faculty and staff)
- Saginaw Center: Room 233 (for students, faculty and staff)
Baby Changing Stations
Diaper changing stations are available in the Men's and Women's restrooms located in the C, F, H and L wings. The signage outside of these restrooms include a baby which designates them as having a changing station.
We understand that there are many factors that contribute to student success. Having resources to help with family planning and sexual health can provide our students with information to support them throughout their college career. We have listed some agencies that can provide educational resources, comprehensive medical information, and social activities surrounding family planning, sex education, sexually transmitted infections, birth control, sexual health, parental guidance, and pregnancy options.
Family Planning Clinic
Pregnancy counseling, family planning
Helen Nickless Volunteer Clinic
Walk-in clinic for the uninsured
Pregnancy Aid of Midland County
Healthy Start "Great Beginnings"
Professional home visits to pregnant women and children under 2 years old to assist with transportation, health issues, parenting education, support, and community referrals.
No relationship is perfect but there are definitely ways to help it move in that direction. Listed below are several characteristics of a healthy relationship. If these characteristics describe your relationship, you are likely in a healthy relationship. However, if you are experiencing any of the warning signs listed below you need to consider that you may be in an unhealthy relationship. Unhealthy relationships are based on power and control, which can lead to various types of abuse.
Signs of a Healthy Relationship
- Mutual respect
- Shared responsibility
- Economic Partnership
- Negotiation and Fairness
- Non-Threatening Behavior
- Fairness and Equality
- Good Communication
Warning Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship
Other Resources on Relationships
- Healthy Relationships, National Domestic Violence Hotline & Break the Cycle
- Power and Control Wheels, The Duluth Model