May 27, 2020
With the fall semester at Delta College set to begin August 29, new and current students are encouraged to plan ahead now by enrolling or registering for classes.
Delta administrators and faculty members are also preparing for the semester ahead. Members of the college’s leadership team are closely working together to develop a safe distance learning plan that will include new practices and procedures.
“The question I get more than any other is, ‘Is Delta going to hold face-to-face classes this fall?’ and we just don’t know yet,” said Dr. Jean Goodnow, president of Delta College. “What I do know is that our faculty members will continue to deliver inspiring, engaging and thought-provoking courses whether they are delivered in person or online.”
Along with Delta’s established small class sizes, the college is planning additional methods to accommodate social distancing on campus. Delta’s safe distance learning plan will include ways to stagger lab participation and ramp up cleaning and disinfecting practices.
Fees for online classes will also be waived for the fall semester, which is a $33-per-contact-hour savings (tuition rates and other fees are unchanged). Payment deadlines will be extended and students are encouraged to apply for financial aid.
In addition to more than 150 programs and 100 transfer options, Delta recently launched three new programs in response to employer needs. Learn more about Food Processing, Technology and Safety, Instrumentation and Deaf Studies programs.
More reasons to enroll:
- Lowest tuition within 75 miles.
- At $117 per contact hour (in-district), you can take classes without breaking the bank.
- Learn from knowledgeable and experienced faculty.
- Transferring credits from Delta is simple and easy.
Getting started is easy:
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 Registration, Counseling, Academic Advising or Financial Aid. They are ready to answer your questions and help you get started.
For more information, contact the Admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-686-9093.
Written by Leah Twilley, Communications Specialist.