In between high school classes and running a successful baking company, Fatimah is preparing for college life by dual enrolling at Delta.
When the pandemic happened, high school student Olivia realized that the show must go on, so she decided to dual enroll at Delta.
David, a 2019 graduate, worked in banking for several years before finding his calling in healthcare. The registered nurse now works for Covenant HealthCare and volunteers for the Covid-19 vaccine clinic at Delta.
Tania said caring for her critically ill grandfather — with whom she was close — is the reason she chose to pursue a nursing degree at Delta College.
Graduate Katlin wants to take care of Earth, so she’s setting her sights on a career in renewable energy. Her dream job is to work for a wind energy farm, where she can make an impact now and in the future.
Want to save tons of money and get a great education? You can do that by starting at Delta.
We look toward the future so we can give you the training you need for the jobs you're after.
Expect the unexpected with classes that include hands-on and service learning opportunities.
We work hard to give you the best technology out there so you can hit the ground running when you graduate.
With more than 50,000 graduates around the country, Delta graduates are everywhere. You can be one of them.
Go ahead, stroll around campus and enjoy the beauty. You'll find art around every corner.
Members of the public are invited to see Delta's new Downtown Midland Center August 7 at a public open house.
The clinics will take place on July 26 and August 16 for Delta students and community members 12 years and older.
The Board of Trustees seeks to appoint a citizen of the Delta College district who resides in Midland County to fill a vacancy.
The Delta College Board of Trustees has appointed Dr. Michael Gavin as the college's fifth president.
Elizabeth Green was named the Dick Shilts Female Athlete of the Year Award from MCCAA.
Students can take business, health, science and transfer courses in a variety of online and face-to-face formats.
The new issue, published by the Office of Institutional Advancement, is available online at delta.edu/journeys.
With the fall semester set to begin August 28, new and returning students are encouraged to enroll or register for classes.