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Still Time to Enroll for Fall Classes at Delta College

July 29, 2019

With fall semester classes at Delta College ready to begin on August 26, there is still time for new and returning students to enroll and take a step toward achieving their dreams.

With a main campus located in the heart of the Great Lakes Bay Region, Delta College is consistently recognized as one of the top community colleges in the nation. And with 150 programs and 100+ pre-approved transfer options, Delta can help get you in a high-demand career in as little as one year, whether you just graduated high school or have been out of school for many years.

All of our career programs are regularly reviewed by local employers to ensure they teach the skills needed for success on the job. Plus, a person who holds an associate’s degree in the Great Lakes Bay Region makes an average 35 percent than someone with only a high school diploma.

 “Delta is amazing because it helps you to advance yourself,” said Cynthia Reyes, Delta Admissions Advisor. “Think Big here at Delta College means endless opportunities for students.”

Fitting College into Your Life

Life is busy, and fitting college in can be a challenge. But with flexible scheduling, including online, night and weekend classes, as well as off-campuses centers in Bay City, Midland and Saginaw, we can help you fit it all in.

Plus, taking classes at Delta costs less than half the cost of attending a public university. And with small class sizes, you can connect more with your professors and fellow classmates.

“I think Delta is the best choice because we want you to succeed here,” said John Neal, Delta Admissions Advisor. “People have different definitions of success but If it means being able to complete one course, we will help you with that. If that means completing an entire program, we will definitely help you with that and we have the resources for you.”

New Programs

Following the addition of four new programs last year, Delta is introducing a pair of new programs this fall:

Sterile Processing Technician

This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in the related areas of central service technology. The Sterile Processing Technician is a healthcare professional responsible for the surgical preparation and specializes in the most effective methods of cleaning, storing, sterilizing and inspecting surgical instruments and equipment utilized throughout the health system. Sterile processors play a major role in the preoperative, operative and postoperative success of the patient.

Certified Medical Assistant

Delta's Clinical Medial Assistant Advanced Certificate provides the skills needed to perform routine administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of physicians and other health practitioners running smoothly. Medical office staff members must have strong communication skills, organizational ability, computer knowledge and excellent human relations skills.

Register Today!

There is a place for you at Delta this fall at our main campus or one of our local centers. Now is the perfect time to apply and get started on an exciting new path.

If you are already enrolled at Delta, but need help getting scheduled for fall, contact the Registration Office, Counseling, Academic Advising or Financial Aid. They are ready to answer your questions and help you get started. 

"We talk to students all day long and frequently, students will say 'Oh, wow, that was so much easier than I thought it would be,'" said Emily Anderson, Delta Admissions Recruiter. "The biggest and hardest part is just making that first step, but once you have done that we are here to help you with the rest."