The Admissions Office is your first stop at Delta College. We will assist you with the application and enrollment process, issue you a student number, and other Delta materials; and will be able to answer all of your questions or direct you to the Delta staff member who has the answer.
Delta College is dedicated to creating partnerships with other schools by forming alignments and articulations. These alignment and articulation agreements are designed to help students make a smooth transition from high school to Delta College and from Delta College to four-year institutions.
Delta College Athletics are members of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) competing at the Division II level in all sports except soccer, which competes at the Division I level. As members of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Delta College competes in Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Basketball, Softball, Baseball, and Men's Golf. While competing at the Division I and II level, athletic scholarships are awarded based on talent level.
The Testing Center provide a variety of testing services for new students, currently enrolled students, business and industry clients, and the community.
Shop our Bookstore and you'll find a complete line of textbooks, both new and used. You'll also find an extensive assortment of art supplies, backpacks, computer supplies, calculators, zip drives, school supplies, snacks and so much more!
The Counseling and Advising Center is available to students with issues relating to academic advising, personal, and career counseling. We are here to assist you in your college experience and help you make the important decisions to achieve your goals. Our counselors are Master's prepared and hold licenses as Professional Counselors (LPC), and our advisors are specially trained in their "areas of study" and can provide information about transfer credits, program changes, and college policy and procedure.
The Office of Disability Resources is responsible for responding to accessibility issues and academic accommodation requests on behalf of the College. The Office serves both prospective and current students who have documented disabilities, and who request resources on the basis of a disabling condition or characteristic
The Delta College Financial Aid Office is committed to serving our diverse community of learners by informing them of their financial options and providing access to resources in a fair and compassionate manner, so that obstacles are removed and educational goals can be accomplished.
The Registrar's Office, located in B100 offers the following services: registration (online and on-campus), processing adds and drops, transcript requests, evaluating transcripts, graduation audits, issuing diplomas, enrollment verifications and health validation applications.
The Office for Student Engagement shall enhance college life by complementing the academic program of studies through the offering of student engagement experience including the developing of, exposure to and participation in diverse social, cultural, intellectual, recreational and governance programs.
The Student Finance Office is located in B-114 on the Main Campus and may be contacted at 989-686-9333. Our office provides the following services: authorizes Bookstore charges for sponsored and financial aid students, bills companies/agencies who sponsor students, distributes guaranteed student loan checks, and processes debt repayment plan.
Delta College wants you to take advantage of your veteran's benefits. We have an extensive history of serving veterans and can provide academic training that will assist you in entering the civilian workforce. We welcome all veterans, their dependents and spouses, disabled veterans, Guards and Reservists to use the veteran's benefits they are entitled to at Delta College.