You did it! Graduating from high school is a big deal. It's time to take that next step, and Delta is one you can be proud of.
There are a ton of reasons that students just like you choose Delta. Cost is the reason that usually comes to mind first, which makes sense, because getting a college education can be expensive. At Delta, the cost is less than half of what you'd pay at a university. So, you can transfer on (which we make easy to do) and save thousands (and thousands) of dollars and still get your bachelor's degree.
Another reason that's just as important, but less known, is Delta College is one of the top 60 community colleges in the nation, as determined by the Aspen Institute. Want to explore some other reasons why Delta is a great choice? Find out more about Delta.
Go ahead. Think big.
These items can be completed at your own pace.
- Create your Federal Student Aid ID at fsaid.ed.gov.
- Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov and use Delta’s school code of 002251.
Request any official high school transcripts, official college transcripts, SAT scores and International Baccalaureate (IB) credits to be submitted to the Admissions Office.
- SAT School Code: 1816
If you received a 480 or higher in SAT evidence-based reading/writing or a 500 or higher in SAT math, you may be exempt from taking the Accuplacer assessment exam.
Several area high schools have implemented the International Baccalaureate (IB) degree program. Learn more about ways you can earn experience for credit, including IB to Delta equivalencies.
You will use the Portal to access your Delta email, register for classes, view your financial information, view your grades, and much more. Let's get started!
Information you need to set up your Portal account
- Delta College Student ID number (included with your acceptance email and letter)
- The last 4 digits of your Social Security Number
How to set up your Portal account
- Visit the Portal to activate your account
- At the log-in screen, click on Reset Password (in the lower right corner)
- Follow the prompts
These items need to be completed on campus.
Delta requires that new students complete the Accuplacer Exam or have appropriate scores on the SAT. The Accuplacer exam identifies current skill levels in Math, Writing, and Reading which assists in determining your course placement.
Testing is on a walk in basis. Please visit the Testing Center in A133 on main campus. You will receive your results upon completion of the exam. A valid photo ID is required to test.
Please note: If you have the following scores, or higher, on the SAT you can be exempt from taking the Accuplacer assessment exam.
- SAT evidence-based reading/writing: 480
- SAT math: 500
All new student are required to attend an on-campus orientation. You can find all the information on orientation including dates and how to sign up online.
Please note: Course placement (Accuplacer or test scores) and setting up your Student Portal account need to be completed prior to attending your orientation.
These items can be completed after step 2.
Your student bill must be paid by the payment due date or at the time of course registration. Delta offers a variety of payment options:
- Pay online through your Portal account.
- In person at the Student Billing Office in Room B118 or by phone at 989-686-9394.
- Sign up for our convenient Tuition Payment Plan through your Portal account.
Please remember, your registered class(es) will be dropped if you don’t make a payment
by the due date. See Important Dates below.
All of your books and supplies are available through the Delta College Bookstore. Students are able to purchase or rent their books at the bookstore or online. The Delta Bookstore is located in room N015 on main campus. Remember to bring your registration statement (from your Portal account) with you, and you’ll be ready to go.
You are now ready to start your classes and are one step closer to reaching your goals!
- Attend orientation
- Registration begins - March 19, 2019
- First payment due date - December 3, 2019
- Classes begin - January 8, 2020
It's easy to settle. It's challenging to set ambitious goals and go after them. Be ambitious. Think big about your future.
Less than half the cost of a public university, with the same quality education.
An interest-free tuition plan that spreads out your payments.
Half of Delta students receive some form of assistance.
"Delta wasn't my first choice, but now I know it was the best choice."
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