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Journeys Spring 2021
Dr. Jean Goodnow

A Pioneer Leader

Retiring President Dr. Jean Goodnow reflects on her legacy and 16 years at Delta College.

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  • Pamela Clark
    Letter from the Executive Director of Institutional Advancement

    A word from Pam Clark, Delta College Executive Director of Institutional Advancement

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  • Downtown Midland

    Opening this fall: Downtown Midland Center

    Students living in Midland and the surrounding areas will be able to enjoy the new Downtown Midland Center this fall when it opens for in-person classes. 


  • baseball field

    West campus athletics
    facilities project complete

    Located on the west side of campus, the new facility and athletics fields will help Delta accommodate multiple sporting events, enhance the student-athlete experience and provide opportunities for community recreational programs.


  • Harmanjot Chauhan
    Dreaming of becoming a doctor

    Soon-to-be high schooler, Harmanjot Chauhan, has been able to get a head start on her college plan thanks to the Possible Dream program at Delta, which aims to keep college on the forefront of students’ minds.


  • Vaccination clinic
    Pioneers assist with vaccination efforts

    The COVID-19 vaccination distribution site operated by the Bay County Health Department on Delta's main campus is operating with assistance from Delta faculty, staff, alumni and students.


  • Rev. Dr. Robert Emrich and Carol Emrich
    From Pennsylvania to Michigan

    Simply put, Rev. Dr. Robert (Bob) and Carol Emrich are fixtures in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Their impact can be seen at Delta and in the communities they’ve served for decades.


  • Scott and Sandy Seeburger
    For our Future

    A love for Earth, education and their community led Scott Seeburger and his wife Sandy to establish a new scholarship at Delta College to support students in a variety of fields, including science and engineering, water environmental technology and wind turbine technology. 


  • Welding student
    Delta's welding program is on fire

    From manufacturing and pipeline work to machinists and artists to ironworkers and electricians, the need for welding is encompassing. At Delta, students find a well-rounded, solid foundation so when the time comes, they are ready to enter the workforce.


  • Public Media employee at construction site
    Public Media Highlights

    Delta College’s WDCQ-TV has been producing local documentaries since 2005 that inspire, educate and inform. See the latest projects from the station. 

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  • Mary Jane and Carl Cooper
    Helping students blossom at Delta and beyond

    Longtime educator’s memory lives on in new scholarship that will support students who reside in Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties, as well as projects and resources at the Teaching and Learning Center. 

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