The Library Learning Information Center (LLIC) is more than rows of books – it’s a hub for research, multimedia and one-on-one support you can access on-site and online. There are thousands of print and electronic resources, from books and e-books to journals, archives and government documents. You can even get assistance off-campus from librarians via text, email or chat through our Ask a Librarian tool.
Walk into a wealth of information at the Delta College Library or access many resources from home! The Library holds around 60,000 print books and 50,000 e-books at a time, as well as nearly 100 print magazine and journal subscriptions along with research guides for specific courses and topics. As part of the Federal Depository Library Program, it's one of only seven community college libraries in Michigan where you can access informational documents from the federal government.
Our Teaching Learning Center provides tutoring services to help you succeed. It’s won multiple awards for the quality of its services and is one of the longest-running tutoring centers in Michigan.
The Writing, Reading & Information Technology (WRIT) Center provides assistance to any student through support from a peer consultant. Each consultant is a fellow student who can give guidance on writing assignments, reading course materials and working with multimedia.
Need to do research or work on a project while on campus? We have PCs and Macs available in our computer lab every day of the week, and lab assistants to answer your questions.