Delta College is an open door college and we accept students who are:
New Delta Student
A new student or first time in any college (FTIAC) is someone who has never attended another college or university and their high school class has graduated.
Dual Enrolled Student
A dual enrolled student is someone who is currently attending high school and will be attending Delta College around their current high school schedule.
A guest student is someone who is currently attending another accredited institution and will be attending Delta at the same time to take classes that will transfer back to their home institution.
Homeschooled students are either currently attending or have graduated from a high school curriculum completed under the supervision of their parents or guardians. The officials of the homeschool, that is the parents or guardians, certify the graduation of their pupils. Homeschooled students, generally, have no special admission requirements at Delta College. They may be required to prove the validity of their school curriculum for financial aid purposes or if they have graduated at a much younger age than a traditional high school student.
An international student is one who has obtained an F-1 Visa to study in the United States of America. Prospective international students must apply to Delta College, be admitted and awarded an I-20 Authorization to Study prior to applying for the F-1 Visa.
A non-degree seeking student is someone who will be coming to Delta to take one or two classes to either update their current skills, keep an accreditation current, or for personal enrichment. These students are not seeking to graduate from Delta.
A transfer student is someone who has attended another accredited institution and will now be attending Delta College.
Non-High School Graduate
A non-high school graduate may apply for Admission after their graduating class has graduated.
Senior Citizen Grant
Residents of the Delta College district, 60 years of age or older, receive a grant reducing the amount of tuition due, equal to 50% of the tuition. The grant does not apply to fees. Present documentation to the Registrar’s Office B100.