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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
A follow-up documentary explores how area communities and its residents are recovering and moving forward.
Delta College is hosting a virtual event about the importance of securing computers and protecting private data.
Zoe Brickel and Jordyn Villano are pursuing careers that incorporate what they learned in the new Deaf Studies Advanced Certificate program.
The Delta College Foundation’s annual fundraiser will take place November 4 at HORIZONS Conference Center in Saginaw.
Delta has been named winner of the college/university category of Midland Daily News Readers' Choice Awards.
A public showing of “American Exile” will take place October 26, followed by a discussion with John Valadez, the film’s director.
Claire Wardle will give a virtual presentation October 14 as part of the Delta College President’s Speaker Series.