Register for Classes
Who May Register?
You may register if you:
- Have completed your admission requirements for credit classes, which includes meeting with your Academic Advisor.
- Have been readmitted to Delta College in the last two years
- Have not been suspended or require an Academic Improvement Plan
- Have no holds due to financial obligations or disciplinary holds
- Have met all course prerequisites
Registration and Payment
See registration dates and register for your classes using MyDelta. After you register, check balance due on MyDelta>My Registration Statement and pay tuition and fees by the deadline. You may register up to the start of classes each semester. However, we urge you to register early to increase access to the classes you want.
Using MyDelta for the first time?
- Go to signup.delta.edu
- Complete the Electronic Account Password Reset Application
- Once the information has been verified, you will receive your username and you will have created a password
Forgot your Username or Password?
If you forgot your MyDelta user name or password, complete the steps above for obtaining your username and password. Once you complete signup, your username and password will be the same for MyDelta and your Delta email account - both accounts will be created)
You may add courses until the first session begins online via MyDelta or at the Registrar’s Office. Courses added after this require written permission of the instructor or division chair with these exceptions:
• eLearning courses require permission after the start date of the course.
• Open entry/open exit courses do not require instructor permission after the start date of the course.
Drop a Class
Online: To drop a class go to “Register and Drop Sections” in your MyDelta student menu. Check the class that you would like to drop and submit. Print screen for your records as this will be your documentation of dropping the class.
In Person: You must complete an Add/Drop Form at the Registrar's Office.
Other: You may also drop sections by mail, fax, or by sending an email from your Delta webmail. You must include the department, class number, section number, and your student ID number. If you are faxing or mailing this information, a signature is also required.
In order to be officially dropped from a course, you must complete and submit a drop to the Registrar's Office. If you stop attending a class without completing and submitting a drop, a failing grade may appear on your transcript. Deadlines may fall on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday when offices are closed. You may drop courses by letter (the postmark will be considered the drop date), by faxing a letter (989) 667-2221, by email to email@example.com, or online at MyDelta. Confirmation of receipt of drop is recommended by calling the Registrar's Office. If you drop within the first eleven days of the class, no grade will be recorded on your transcript. If you drop by mid-course, a 'W' grade will be issued. You may drop a class through the 12th week of a class with a 'WE' or 'WP' grade (this varies for shorter courses).
Refunds: Refunds are based on the date the add/drop is processed according to these charts. Calendar days begin and include the first day of college class, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Please refer to the refund schedule for complete information.
Tuition Refund Appeal Policy
For courses officially dropped within the refund period of the course, no grade will be reported or recorded on the official College transcript. If the course is officially dropped after the refund period and through four-fifths of the course (the 12th week of a 15-week semester course)you will receive a grade of "W".
If you do not officially withdraw/drop, the instructor will assign an appropriate final letter grade ("A" through "F") in relation to total course requirements achieved.
An instructor has the option of authorizing a grade of "WI" (withdrawal by instructor) for you if you have missed an excessive number of course hours of instruction or you lack the course prerequisites. This authorization may be initiated through four-fifths of the course and reported to the Registrar’s Office.
Upon receipt of an authorization, the Registrar’s Office will notify you of the reason for the drop.
If you wish to appeal an instructor-initiated drop, the contact must be with the course instructor. If necessary, mediation may be requested of the appropriate Division Chair. All appeals must be in writing, signed by you as the person requesting the appeal, and received within one week following notification of the drop.