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Enroll for January 2023 classes

November 1, 2022

Thinking about updating your skills? With 140 career programs, Delta College has exactly what you’re looking for. And, best of all, you can get started quickly. Classes begin January 9 for the 2023 winter semester and right now is the perfect time to register.

Many adults choose Delta for the career programs, small classes and scheduling options.

Brittani Thornton chose Delta’s general management program because she knew she wanted to transfer on to earn her bachelor’s degree. Currently, she’s planning to use the 2+2 transfer pathway to Northwood University to study international business.

“I chose Delta College because of its reputation locally,” she says. “I chose the general management program because I wanted to have flexibility with career options going forward.”

You may qualify for free tuition!

Delta College, in partnership with Michigan Reconnect, is offering free in-district tuition to qualifying Michigan residents who want to earn an associate degree or certificate. Students outside Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties (Delta’s service district) will be responsible for the difference between in-district and out-of-district tuition and fees.


  • Michigan resident for 1 year or more
  • At least 25 years of age
  • U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen
  • Hold a high school diploma or GED
  • Do not currently hold a college or university degree


  1. Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at You must complete a FAFSA each year. If you receive a Pell grant, those dollars will be applied to your student account first and Reconnect will be a last-dollar scholarship.
  2. Apply online for Michigan Reconnect at
  3. Apply to Delta College, if you haven’t already, at

Flexible scheduling.

Worried about fitting college into your schedule? Don’t be. Delta has hundreds of class offerings from days and evenings to even weekends. Plus, tons of online and blended courses. Blended courses are the ones that are mostly online, but you come to campus a few times for a lab or presentation.

“Having the flexibility to take online classes while working, that to me was the biggest difference between Delta and some of the other colleges,” Brittani said. “Delta just makes everything easy.”

You can also take classes close to home at one of Delta’s off-campus centers in downtown Bay City, Midland or Saginaw.

Register today!

If you are interested in attending Delta this winter semester, today is the perfect time to apply and discover the opportunities that await you.

Have questions? Contact Admissions at or 989-686-9093.