Kimberly had a lot going on when she decided to return to college. Delta fit in with her family and work obligations perfectly, and now she’s on her way to fulfilling a longtime dream.
From a young age, Adam Coenis had an interest in helping people. He chose Delta because it was close to home, he could save money and he could work while taking classes.
Office life is not for Jaden. After taking a skilled trades class in high school, he decided he wanted to find a career that would allow him to work with his hands to build things.
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.
Michael knew about Delta College from a very young age. He has several family members that are past students, so it was a no-brainer that he would come here, too.
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.
The documentary premieres October 6 at 8pm with several rebroadcasts planned.
A trio of comedians known for their weekly podcast about current topics and issues will host a virtual event October 15.
The primary purpose of the proposal is to renew the current rate of 0.4864 mills funding and restore 0.0136 mills of funding.
Congratulations to the 767 students who earned high academic achievements in 2020 spring/summer semester.
Mara Liasson will host a live discussion October 1 as part of the President’s Speaker Series.
Michigan Futures for Frontliners provides a tuition-free pathway for individuals who worked in essential industries this spring.