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.
Follow these steps to starting classes at Delta and getting that much closer to reaching your career goals.
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Have questions for an Admissions Advisor?
Schedule a virtual appointment with a Delta College Admissions Advisor to get your pre-enrollment questions answered.
Create Your Admissions Account/Complete an Application. All new students will need
to create an account and complete a Delta admissions application.
When creating your account be sure to do the following:
- Use a personal email address where you will have future access.
- Select the correct student type:
- Select “Transfer Student” if you attended another institution previously.
- Select “Returning Student” if you attended Delta previously.
- Select “New Student” if you have never attended college.
Once you’ve been accepted, you’ll receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org asking you to activate your Delta College account.
You will use your account to access your Delta email, register for classes, view your financial information, view your grades, and much more. Let's get started!
Now you’re ready to visit the Portal and log on.
Delta requires students to meet placement levels for most courses. You can meet the placement options in one of three ways. Please submit the following as appropriate:
If you attended another institution you will need to have your official transcripts sent to Delta’s Registrar’s Office. If you are not transferring in a college level Math and English course you should take the ACCUPLACER assessment.
To submit transcripts choose one of the following options:
- Electronic: Delta College accepts secured PDF or Electronic Exchange transcripts via the National Student Clearinghouse , Parchment or directly from your previous institution to email@example.com
- Mail: Delta College will only accept “official transcripts” mailed directly to the college from the issuing institution. 1961 Delta Rd, University Center, MI 48710, Attn: Records & Registration
*Please note, transcript evaluation may take 2-4 weeks. You will receive an email to your Delta email when they have been evaluated.
SAT test scores should be submitted to the Admissions Office* (if taken within the past three years and meet the minimum scores of a 480 in Evidence Based Reading & Writing (EBRW) and 500 in Math).
Please submit scores one of the following ways:
*If your SAT scores are listed on your high school transcript you do not need to resend.
The ACCUPLACER assessment identifies current skill levels in Math, Reading and Writing. If you do not meet the SAT minimum scores 480 in Evidence Based Reading & Writing (EBRW) and 500 in Math you must take the ACCUPLACER assessment.
- Register to take the ACCUPLACER assessment through the Delta College Testing Center.
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.
If you are a transfer student who has earned credit at another institution you are not required to complete the new student orientation. Please continue to the next step.
Once your official transcripts have been evaluated by our Registrar’s Office, you will receive an email to your Delta College email account with your next steps.
As a transfer student, it is highly recommended that you connect with your Student Success Advisor prior to registering for classes to review your previously earned credits and current program of study. Meeting with your advisor will ensure you are on the right path to meet your goals.
If you are ready to register on your own, 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 transfer students but is highly recommended.
Tuition must be paid by the payment due date or at the time of course registration. You are responsible for paying any balance which is not covered by your financial aid package.
Delta offers a variety of payment options:
- Pay online through Student Self-Service
- Contact Cashier’s office by phone at 989-686-9394
- Signup for a no interest tuition payment plan.
*The college reserves the right to drop you from courses if a payment is not received by the payment due date. A $40 non-refundable fee is charged when you register for classes.
All books and supplies are available to purchase or rent through the Delta College Bookstore.
- The bookstore is located in N015 on main campus.
- Books are available approximately three weeks prior to the start of the semester.
- Check your Delta email account often!
- Download the Delta College App. Go to the App Store or Google Play and search Delta College.
- Sign up for Emergency Text Notifications
- Learn more about our online learning environment by watching our E-Learning Video.
- Registration begins - open now!
- First payment due date - December 14, 2021
- Classes begin - January 8, 2022
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Less than half the cost of a public university, with the same quality education.
An interest-free tuition plan that spreads out your payments.
Half of Delta students receive some form of assistance.
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