While this semester may look a little different, Delta remains dedicated to helping Pioneers achieve their college and career goals. Delta is offering online classes, hybrid classes and in-person classes taught with appropriate safeguards.
To see the delivery format for each class, students can check their fall schedule in self-service.
Because your safety is very important to us, more than half of the classes offered at Delta will be exclusively online. Instructors will ensure that all online students receive the same personal attention and quality education that Delta is known for.
The online classes will be held in new formats:
- Synchronous online classes include real-time lectures and discussions delivered by the instructor (similar to a Zoom meeting). Students will attend these lectures at the scheduled times and engage in the live discussions as they occur.
- Asynchronous online classes do not have live lectures or discussions. Instead, students engage with prepared course content at their own pace and interact with instructors and peers through online discussion boards.
- Courses that are entirely online are listed as INET in the catalog.
Hybrid and In-Person Classes
A quarter of classes offered this fall will be in a hybrid format – a blend of online and face-to-face learning. These courses are mostly online, but students will come to campus a few times per semester for a lab or presentation. Courses that are a blend of online and face-to-face will be listed as CNET in the catalog.
A small number of classes this fall will be held face-to-face. These classes will be held on-campus mainly in areas of science, skilled trades, health and technology.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, now's the time to register. With the fall semester at Delta set to begin August 29, new and current students are encouraged to enroll now and register for classes. 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.
Yes! Just because you're away from your current college or university doesn't mean you can't pick up some course credits. Save time and money. Take classes at Delta this summer and keep working toward your degree.
We make it easy to be a guest student.
- At $117 per contact hour for in-district tuition, it's very affordable.
- It's close to home.
- With hundreds of 100 and 200-level classes, you’re sure to find what you need.
- Learn safely, online. 7½, 10 or 15-week classes.
- Plus, Delta credits transfer easily.
- MI Transfer course transfer tool
Log-in to your self-service account to look at the meeting information and delivery method for each class. You will find it in the box labeled “location.”
- Courses that are entirely online are listed as INET in the catalog.
- Courses that are a blend of online and face-to-face will be listed as CNET in the catalog.
There will be some changes. You, your classmates and your instructor will be required to follow safety protocols, such as social distancing, daily self-screenings and mandatory face masks. Delta has worked hard to increase safety measures for students returning to campus. See a list of all new safety practices taking place on campus.
Online, hybrid and face-to-face classes will use eLearning to distribute your syllabi, readings, videos, quizzes, tests and discussion boards. Visit the eLearning informational page.
Reach out to your advisor by email or phone. You can set up a virtual advising session for additional questions and help. If you do not know who your advisor is, contact the Academic Advising office at email@example.com or 989-686-9330.
Yes, but office hours will likely take place online. Each instructor will explain their office hours and process at the beginning of each class.
Absolutely. Seating areas have been reconfigured for people to maintain 6-foot distances and most tables have one chair. These spaces will be cleaned and sanitized often. Please note that no food or beverages will be allowed in the Library, however seating is available just outside that area in Founders Hall.
Students can receive a full refund (minus the $40 non-refundable registration fee) if they drop the class within seven days from the start of the class, including the first day. Classes dropped from day eight through 11 will receive a 50% refund. Please visit the student portal for further information on the drop policies and procedures.
Payment is due by August 18 at 6pm. The following are options to assist you.
Pay in full online with credit/debit card or ACH direct from your checking or savings account.
- Student Self-Service -> Student Billing -> Make a Payment. For assistance making on-line payments, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-686-9394. Please leave a detailed message including your name, student ID and phone number if a cashier is not available to take your call.
Tuition Payment Plan - Spread payments beyond the start of the semester
- Sign up online: Nelnet Payment Plan
- Note the minimum balance to set up the plan has been reduced to $150
Cash or check payments
- Check or money order can be mailed to Delta College, Attn: Cashier’s Office, 1961 Delta Rd., University Center, MI 48710. Include your name and student ID on the check or money order. Please allow at least 7 days when mailing a payment.
- We encourage you to take advantage of the online payment option or Tuition Payment Plan. However, we understand it may be necessary to make payment with cash or check on campus. Currently, campus is closed to the public, but the Public Safety Department will be available to take exact cash or check payments, Monday – Friday 7:30am-6pm. Report to the N Wing door on the east side of campus between Wings K and L. When you arrive, call Public Safety at 989-686-9113 and a Delta College Officer will come outside to collect your payment. Please verify your balance prior to making payment and pay the exact amount due. All payments must be in a sealed envelope marked with your name, student number, phone number, and amount enclosed. You should check your billing statement one to two days after making payment to ensure the payment has been applied to your account.
- All aid must be “accepted” in Self-Service to be applied to your balance.
- URGENT – If your status has changed (due to loss of employment, etc.) and you now need to seek additional support, reach out to check with a staff member in the Financial Aid office.
- Keep in mind that you are responsible for any balance owed after aid is applied.
- Questions – Financial Aid Office email@example.com
Sponsor or High School Dual Enrolled
- Contact the Student Billing office to ensure that we have received the authorization from the sponsor/high school for this semester.
- The balance on your billing statement does not reflect the amount covered by your sponsor/high school. If you are unsure how much your sponsor/high school is covering or to inquire about your balance, contact Delta's Student Billing office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-686-9333. Students are responsible to pay any remaining balance by the payment due date.