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Delta Honored as a Top Digital Community College

April 26, 2018

The Center for Digital Education (CDE) recently announced the winners of its 2017-18 Digital Community Colleges Survey. Now in its thirteenth year, the Digital Community Colleges Survey analyzes how community colleges use a range of technologies to improve services to students, faculty, staff and their community.

Delta College tied for fourth place on the list for mid-sized community colleges. This is the sixth consecutive year Delta College has received recognition as a tech-savvy college. 

“I’m very pleased Delta College was recognized again this year by the Center for Digital Education as one of the top community colleges in the nation for utilizing the latest technology to provide a top-quality learning environment,” said Dr. Jean Goodnow, Delta College President.

Award winners demonstrated innovative uses of technology, including online courses and mobile environments, mobile apps, secure platforms and wireless networks.

Mid-sized Colleges Category

(Between 5,000 and 10,000 students)

  • 1st – Walters State Community College, Tennessee
  • 2ndCleveland Community College, North Carolina
  • 2nd Hostos Community College, New York
  • 3rd Columbia State Community College, Tennessee
  • 3rd Virginia Western Community College, Virginia
  • 4th Delta College, Michigan
  • 4th Saint Paul College, Minnesota
  • 5th Piedmont Virginia Community College, Virginia
  • 6th Kansas City Kansas Community College, Kansas
  • 7th Georgia Piedmont Technical College, Georgia
  • 8th Davidson County Community College, North Carolina
  • 8th Mott Community College, Michigan
  • 9th Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Minnesota
  • 10th Genesee Community College, New York
  • 10th Lake Land College, Illinois
  • 10th Mohawk Valley Community College, New York

First-place colleges in each category

  • J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Virginia (Enrollment 10,000 students or more)
  • Walters State Community College, Tennessee (Enrollment between 5,000 and 10,000 students)
  • Manchester Community College, New Hampshire (Enrollment of 5,000 or fewer students)

The Center for Digital Education (CDE) is a national research and advisory institute specializing in K-12 and higher education technology trends, policy and funding.

Delta is always working on campus improvements. Learn more about our most recent updates to our facilities and technology.