Help With Courses
The transition to college-level courses can be difficult for many students. If you notice your son or daughter is struggling academically, it’s best to take action early.
How? The first thing they should do is to talk with their instructors about the problem. Together a plan of action can be developed so that the student can get back on track, and back to enjoying their learning experience.
Delta College has a variety of academic services available. The instructor may recommend one or more of the following:
Tutoring at the T/LC
The primary service the Teaching/Learning Center provides is tutoring, in content areas and in study skills. T/LC services are provided free of charge to students currently enrolled in academic classes at Delta.
Coaching Through MyConnection
The MyConnection program links you to coaches who can help you transition academically and/or socially to the college environment. For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistance Through the Bridge Program
The Bridge Program is intended to assist students whose skills are not yet at the college level, or are "underprepared." Students fall into the underprepared range for a number of reasons. Often times it is simply being away from the educational environment for a number of years, or weaknesses in math or reading skills.
The Office of Disability Resources is responsible for responding to accessibility issues and academic accommodation requests on behalf of the College. The Office serves both prospective and current students who have documented disabilities, and who request services on the basis of a disabling condition or characteristic.