Our colors are two shades of green.
With that, we like to think Delta's founders had a plan from the start in providing a philosophy that has grown into a way of life.
Our approach to sustainability includes local and national partnerships that help to set the foundation of our sustainability focus. We use the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) as our framework for creating programs and initiatives that our students, staff and faculty can take leadership roles in. Together, we create are opportunities to make a difference through academics as well as community engagement, operations, and planning and administration. Our green campus is about more than just the environment. Its a place where people learn to create resilient communities where everyone can thrive!
Good for you, good for us, good for all! That’s Common Good. A partnership to offer a collection of sustainable learning experiences at City Market in Downtown Bay City. Want to learn the basics of beekeeping? Meet us at the Lunch Box and we'll show you how!
Want to travel and see the world? You can do that at Delta, and get college credit while you do. Experience a new culture or hone your foreign language skills. New study abroad opportunities are available. Your adventure awaits!
Delta makes the grade
Our campus initiatives continue to set the standard in higher education! Delta College has been recognized as the 3rd top performing community college for sustainability in the USA! The 2019 Sustainable Campus Index highlights the most sustainable colleges and universities in 17 impact areas and overall by institution type.
This month's Power of a Single Action
Welcome 2020 by committing to do at least one thing for the environment! Say no to single-use plastic or carpool...you choose. Every action matters!
Save energy by turning down your thermostat and snuggling up in a warm sweater!
Grab your reusable water bottle and you could save an average of 156 single-use water bottles annually!
"What you do today can improve all your tomorrows."