After years of working in construction, Chris was ready to take his career to the next level. At the age of 32, he enrolled in the residential construction program and hasn’t looked back.
Deandre has a lot of business ideas, which is why he’s pursuing a bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurship. The alumnus sees endless possibilities.
With a family and a full-time job, Jennifer found success (and time) in getting her
degree in nursing at Delta. She even discovered a passion for teaching in the process.
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.
After attending a four-year university, Brian realized it wasn’t for him. He found a job in construction management and decided to advance his career by giving college another try. He enrolled at Delta College and is so glad he did.
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Expect the unexpected with classes that include hands-on and service learning opportunities.
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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.
“Let it Snow” plays on Thursdays at 2pm through December 23 and on Saturdays at 3:30pm through December 18.
Eduardo Suniga has been named dean of Career Education and Learning Partnerships. He will begin his role December 6.
Hundreds of students throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region have pledged to fight bullying during the Stand Up to Bullying Campaign.
The Planetarium will hold a community event on launch day that includes a display of the winning pieces from the contest.
Delta has been recognized for its efforts to engage students about voting during the 2020 presidential election.
The women’s soccer team completed another successful season when it placed second at the 2021 NJCAA Division III Women’s Soccer National...
Financial aid staff will be on hand to answer questions and help individuals complete or renew the 2022-2023 FAFSA.
The Fall Choralscapes Concert is November 20, followed by the annual Winter Holiday Concert on December 10.