The Empowerment Resource Programs at Delta College provide support to current and prospective resource guardians/parents, current and former foster youth, students who were formerly incarcerated, and students who are homeless and housing insecure.

Delta College Programs & Services

Three programs support currently enrolled Delta College students:

  • Guardian Scholars: For current and former foster youth
  • Phoenix Project: For students who were formerly incarcerated
  • Rising Scholars: For students who are homeless or housing insecure

Direct Support through Empowerment Resource Programs:

  • Textbook Lending Library
  • Bus passes or parking permit
  • Free hygiene products
  • Free school supplies
  • Clothing Closet (second-hand items)
  • Free lunches during open hours
  • Computer access and printing
  • Student lounge space

Coordinate Support For Issues Involving:

  • Housing insecurity
  • Food insecurity
  • Transportation barriers
  • Financial emergencies
  • Employment
  • Mental health and wellness
  • Physical health and wellness
  • Financial Aid and Registration

Above all, we offer a community of care and support for students.

Two additional programs support current foster youth, ages 16-21, and current and prospective resource families (foster, relative, and adoptive families).

Click on the program name for more information and for links to register.