Learn about each of Delta's five academic divisions, including the excellent people, programs and places that make up each area.
Learn which health programs have admission requirements and the validation process.
Meet regularly with your Student Success Advisor to discuss your career goals, plan courses and ask questions. Book an appointment on Pioneer Connect.
Find everything you need to be ready for class. Buy textbooks, Delta clothing and gear, technology, supplies and your next favorite coffee mug — online or in the shop.
Learn about the requirements for the practicum portion of the child development program.
The Registration Office serves students through registration, record keeping, course and classroom management, and academic support.
The program provides challenging learning opportunities for academically skilled students through coursework, community service and a variety of activities.
Need to conduct research? Want to check out a book? Find a place to study? The Library provides a multitude of services for students.
D2L Brightspace is Delta's official online learning platform. See your online classes, learn how to take quizzes, participate in discussion boards and more.
It's not as intimidating as it sounds. The Testing Center administers tests for students, including Accuplacer and academic tests, in a comfortable environment.
Planning on going for your bachelor's degree? Get assistance with the transfer process and learn more about the many options available to you.
The Teaching Learning Center (TLC) provides free easy-to-access resources, including tutoring and study groups. Appointments are available online or in-person.
The Writing, Reading and Information Technology (WRIT) Center provides free one-on-one assistance to students at any stage of the writing process.
Cheer on the Delta Pioneers! Learn more about Delta's award-winning athletics teams and plan to attend the next game.
Enjoy a range of delicious options at Red Brix Cafe and Coffee n' More. Now featuring Starbucks coffee.
The two-story center features pools, weight and cardio rooms, a spin studio, racquetball courts and locker rooms. Students receive a discounted membership.
At Delta, you can do more than take classes. Gain valuable job skills with student employment, co-op opportunities and internships that expand your academic experience.
Get involved! Take advantage of academic and extracurricular activities. From volunteering to student travel to clubs, Delta has a thriving campus full of events and opportunities just for you.
Want to travel and see the world? You can do that at Delta, and get college credit while you do. Explore Delta's study abroad opportunities.
See all the funding options available to you. Our financial aid experts can answer your questions and help you submit your FAFSA — the first step to receiving federal or state aid.
Delta has hundreds of scholarships available, thanks to generous donors. Make sure to apply. It's pretty painless, and it's free money!
Learn more about payment options and stay up-to-date on payment due dates.
From campus emergencies to car problems, Delta's public safety team ensures the safety and health of the entire campus community.
Delta's well-connected career advisors can guide you through your college experience and help you prepare for your career path after graduation.
Delta has a team of welcoming and professional counselors available to discuss issues ranging from personal problems to life goals.
An on-campus shop that provides free professional clothing, shoes and accessories for Delta students.
Help students gain clinical experience while receiving top quality dental care. Anyone can seek service at Delta's Dental Clinic. And, the fee is minimal.
Resources are available to students to help them succeed in an equitable, accessible environment where they can independently learn, work and grow.
Delta College is committed to addressing discrimination complaints promptly, consistently and fairly.
The Delta Food Pantry helps meet the immediate food needs of students by providing a variety of non-perishable food items and basic necessities.
Delta College offers a wide range of services and activities designed to support and foster an environment that is open, safe and inclusive for all.
Delta is committed to increasing retention and graduation rates of students from special populations in State of Michigan approved Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs to support career readiness.
Have a question and not sure who to ask? No need to worry! Pioneer Connect is here connect you with the resources you need to stay focused on your academic goals.
The talented and knowledgeable printing team can help with a variety of printing projects.
As a student at Delta, you have the power to make an impact on campus and in your community by committing to be green.
Need help navigating Delta's electronic resources? Technology Services can help you reset your password, download free Microsoft Office products, print from campus and more.
Whether you are traveling a distance to campus or live around the corner, our local mass transit partners offer several convenient and sustainable transportation options.
Delta is dedicated to serving student veterans by offering academic support and resources. Learn more about veteran benefits and opportunities.
Learn more about Public Safety's activities on campus and review the most up-to-date security report.
A guide for Delta's student athletes.
Learn more about Delta's expectation for students when using on-campus electronic resources.
A manual for individuals who could come in contact with potentially infectious materials as a result of performing their educational assignments or duties.
The Delta Student Handbook contains information that will be valuable to you as you pursue your educational goals.
Jay Vanhouten shares his Fullbright Experience in the Czech Republic at the Chippewa Nature Center
Delta College was reaffirmed as a leader of the League for Innovation in the Community College.
Delta College is hosting a free completion workshop to help students fill out the FAFSA.
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