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Prospective eLearning Students

Students today desire learning flexibility and Delta College is committed to providing learning options.

The Internet, virtual classrooms, and other technologies make education attainable through eLearning. The advantages of online courses are convenience and flexibility, however, these courses must meet the same guidelines as courses offered on campus.

Students must be highly motivated and disciplined to be successful in an online course. Successful students communicate with their instructors regularly. If you are self-motivated, self-disciplined, and committed to learning then online learning may be a good fit for you!

Prospective students who wish to take an online course should follow the standard admission process. For students who are already enrolled at Delta College, please contact your counselor to be sure you register for an online class that is fits your education plans.

Is Online Learning Right for Me?

Before deciding . . . we encourage you to login to Delta College’s Online Experience and begin participating in the free self-paced course. In the Online Experience course, you will complete five modules designed to help you self-assess your readiness for online learning.

Ask yourself these questions:

Am I highly motivated to take an online course?

Am I a disciplined learner?

Am I an organized and detailed person who will meet scheduled due dates?

Do I  have enough time to dedicate to my studies?

Will I participate with other classmates online?


If you answered yes to these questions . . . then online learning may be right for you!

Make the right decision . . . take our free online experience course so you are prepared for taking an online course with Delta College!

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