Welcome to Delta College, home of the Pioneers and more than 600 tree-dotted acres, beautiful art and amazing architecture – all located where Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties meet.
From first-rate laboratories and cozy study nooks to walking trails and a newly renovated rec center, these highlights will give you a sense of what Delta has to offer. We wish you could visit us in person, but for now, sit back, relax and explore Delta from your desktop.
At Delta, there’s no such thing as wearing out your welcome. As a student, you’ll have access to free support services like tutoring, counseling, career exploration tools, a stellar library, a veterans center and more.
Pro tip: When you visit Delta for the first time, stop by the Admissions Center for a warm welcome and a campus map.
You’ve heard the saying, “Nature never goes out of style.” Well, at Delta, it’s true. Serene study spots, gardens and walking paths are sprinkled throughout campus. Delta’s peaceful courtyard features an iconic fountain and gorgeous landscaping that can be enjoyed during every season.
Fast Fact: Delta’s Sculpture Walk is a free, outdoor art exhibit on display throughout the southern portion of campus. Take a walk, get inspired!
When you walk in the doors of the Health Professions Building, you’ll pass the three-story, emerald-green living wall – a showstopper! – and find an engaging learning environment that includes state-of-the-art tools and technology in simulated clinical settings. Our students get the best training and many of them work with real patients.
Watch this video to hear from students and faculty, and take a look inside the building.
Painting and photography studios, music rooms, ceramic kilns and more. Students and instructors alike display works of art, learn languages, study journalism and find inspiration in the Fine Arts Building – a creative hub that features the Galleria and a whole lot of natural light.
Each year, hundreds of students design, build and solve problems in two of the college’s largest wings that house Delta’s skilled trades programs. Welders, electricians, machinists, carpenters and other skilled trades are in increasingly high demand, and Delta trains students for these positions with high-tech tools and equipment.
Watch this video to take a tour of the space and hear from faculty and students.
Pro tip: Check out the serene mini courtyard in between L and M Wings – it’s a hidden gem!
It’s true, in a non-creepy way. We want to make taking classes as convenient as possible, which is why we have centers in downtown Bay City, Midland and Saginaw. The Downtown Saginaw Center opened in 2019 and the Downtown Midland Center opened in 2021.
Fast Fact: Centers in Saginaw and Midland were built to LEED standards, ensuring sustainable practices were considered throughout the building process and in its operations.
With one-on-one support, more than 50,000 ebooks and access to a multitude of databases, the Library Learning Information Center is more than a row of books. It’s a research and study hub that houses tutoring services, writing and presentation assistance, and librarians who are ready to help.
Just want to check out a book? You can do that too. LLIC is also a public library that houses about 60,000 books.
Fast Fact: As part of the Federal Depository Library Program, Delta’s library one of only seven community college libraries in Michigan where you can access documents from the federal government.
Welcoming, safe and newly renovated – all words that describe Delta’s Fitness and Recreation Center. The two-story center, which is open to the public, features three pools, weight and cardio rooms, a spin studio, racquetball courts and locker rooms. Get moving at a group workout class and check out a swim lesson.
Pro tip: Enjoy nature and soak up some sun on Delta’s walking trails. There’s a one-mile trail and a two-mile trail with various access points throughout campus.
We are the community’s college. Supporting, engaging and educating our residents is the hallmark is Delta College, which is why you’ll often see us out in the community. Listen and watch award-winning programs on Delta College Public Media, visit the out-of-this-world Planetarium in Bay City and look for the 38-foot STEM Explorer out on the road – it’s mobile science laboratory for middle and high school students.
Fast Fact: Delta College Public Media reaches more than 1.4 million viewers and listeners in the Great Lakes Bay Region, Flint, the Thumb and beyond.
Round out your tour by visiting several not-so-well-known spots on Bonus Spots campus, like the greenhouse in the C Wing, business classrooms in the K Wing and history classes in the J Wing. When you stop by, you may even see Police Academy students taking a break from training.
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