You've decided that Delta is the right place for you after all? Whatever the reason, we couldn't agree more and we’re excited that you’ve decided to transfer here.
Create an account (use personal email) and submit a new application based on your student type. This is important so you receive the correct communications from the college on the enrollment process.
Choosing the correct student type:
- If you are currently attending another college or university and just want to take courses at Delta as a guest, please follow the guest student checklist.
- Select “New Student” if you were a previous dual enrolled student who is/or will be graduating.
- Select “Returning Student” if you attended Delta previously.
- Select “Transfer Student” if you attended another institution previously (but never attended Delta).
Step #2: Guided Self-Placement Survey
This quick survey allows you more flexibility to select the math and English courses that best align with your academic pathway, experience and comfort level. After you submit your application:
- Log back into your application account
- Under Action, click the word View
- Click on Admissions Steps
- Click Start next to GSP survey
Step #3: Account Activation and Multifactor Authentication (MFA)
About four hours after receiving your acceptance email, you'll receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with instructions on setting up your Delta account.
This account will give you access to your Delta email, Student Self-Service and much more. The activation process is most easily done on a device other than your cell phone.
Need help setting up your MFA? Call 989-686-9575.
Step #4: Request Transcripts
If you attended another college or university, have your official transcripts sent from every institution you attended. You can submit in one of the following ways:
- Email your college transcripts to email@example.com or
- Mail your college transcripts to: 1961 Delta Road, University Center, MI 48710 Attn: Registrar
Step #5: Apply for Financial Aid
Not sure how you are going to pay for classes? Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the best place to start. It is FREE to complete and is required for most types of aid including: loans, scholarships, federal Pell Grant, Tuition Incentive Program (TIP) and other state programs. Keep in mind that FAFSA can take approximately 4 to 6 weeks to process so start early.
Completion of the FAFSA
- Create your Federal Student Aid ID
- Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Delta’s FAFSA code is 002251.
- You will receive an email to your Delta email from financial aid with further details.
Step #6: Become a Pioneer (Advisement/Registration)
Once you've set up your Delta account, go to www.delta.edu/students, select the tools drop down in the top right corner, and select Student Self-Service.
Before logging in, download our step-by-step registration guide to help you along the way.
If you are having trouble registering please contact the Advising office at 989-686-9330. To schedule an appointment with a Student Success Advisor, visit Pioneer Connect.
Advising is not required for former or transfer students but is highly recommended.
tips for success
- Visit campus by scheduling a tour
- Think about your payment options
- Buy your books (books are usually available 3 weeks prior to the start of the semester)
- Registration - open now!
- First payment due date - April 5, 2022
- Classes begin - May 9, 2022
- Open registration - March 18, 2022
- First payment due date - July 26, 2022
- Classes begin - August 27, 2022
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