Following his passion for engineering and basketball, Brandon found his launching pad at Delta, where he had success on and off the court and got prepared for his pursuit of a Ph.D.
Looking to fulfill a desire to help people, Cecilia came to Delta to pursue a degree in criminal justice and found so much more that helped her on her journey.
Alina Alam has dreamed about going to New York University since she was in seventh grade. Her dream is now a reality, and dual-enrolling at Delta College as a high school senior at Saginaw Heritage helped make it happen.
With a love for learning, helping others and soccer, McKenna found that at Delta she was able to balance pursuing a nursing degree while playing college soccer.
Economics have long fascinated Joe. He found the low-cost investment of attending Delta is going to yield high returns on his future.
Delta Athletics teams are awesome. They're regularly recognized for academic excellence, serving the community, and for playing a great game.
We look toward the future so we can give you the training you need for the jobs you're after.
Want to save tons of money and get a great education? You can do that by starting at Delta.
Go ahead, stroll around campus and enjoy the beauty. You'll find art around every corner.
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.
Delta's Veteran Services team works with about 200 student veterans and their dependents each semester.
Congratulations to the 1,964 students who earned high academic achievements in 2020 winter semester.
The agreements outline major-specific courses that students should complete while enrolled at Delta.
In 1970, when the college was 9 years old, Susan Montesi joined Delta's counseling office as an intern.
The program was created to address the growing need for skilled professionals by area food processing companies.
These outstanding graduates represent the future of the Great Lakes Bay Region and beyond.
The new program will provide important training for people to work with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The list of supplies includes 1,440 surgical masks, 24,000 gloves and 525 gowns, as well as five ventilators that are on loan.