Student Success Opportunities

Tutoring Services offers workshops on a variety of topics to support you in your academics at Delta College!

Learn about our upcoming workshops

Online Library Resources that are Available

Delta's Scholarship Application

Please go to the following link:

American Council for the Blind (ACB) Scholarships

ACB is now accepting applications for scholarships. Go to the ACB website to read the scholarship guidelines and complete an application.

Become a Member of the California Council of Blind Students (CCBS)

Read CCBS President Andrea Thom's letter that invites you to become a member and shares the benefits of membership.

Applications for UC Davis Prep Medico

For application, details visit our website at:

Learn About the UC Davis Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP) 

UC Davis Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP) coordinator, Sandy Xiong, will be hosting UC application workshops in Delta's Career Transfer Center.

If you are interested in applying to a UC, please visit the Delta Connect Center for workshop dates.

For more information about TOP at UC Davis, visit the UC Davis TOP website.

Career Bootcamp Workshops

The CTE & Workforce Development Center is offering weekly career service workshops to help you with job preparation and job readiness for local employment opportunities.  We encourage you to visit the Workforce Development Center (located in Shima 217) and utilize these great services and workshop sessions!

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CAPED Scholarships

The California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability (CAPED) is pleased to announce scholarship opportunities for California college and university students.

For eligibility requirements and to apply online, visit

Questions? Contact:

 Occupational Work Experience (OWE)

The OWE program is a great opportunity for students to receive an additional 1 – 4 units that can be applied toward their SJDC certificate/degree or can be used to assist in achieving full-time Financial Aid status.

To qualify, a student must:

  • be employed in a job as a paid or unpaid employee prior to applying for OWE.
  • be enrolled in a minimum of one course directly related to the work experience. (This course may be taken concurrently or may have been taken during the previous semester.)

For more information and to access the OWE Student Application and OWE Student Handbook, visit the Occupational Work Experience web page.

Internet for Individuals with Disabilities

The Digital Access Project (DAP) provides low cost Internet services to Californians with disabilities. With prior approval, DAP services are available to DOR consumers through their Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE). Anyone with a disability can qualify for affordable access to the Internet through DAP and there are no income requirements.

To sign up for this service, visit the DAP website or call the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers at 800-390-2699 voice or 800-900-0706 TTY and complete a brief questionnaire.

California Connects Offers Affordable, Mobile Internet to Californians

California Connects, a service offered through CollegeBuys, is celebrating its first anniversary this month. California Connects is a mobile hotspot powered by Sprint that works for any Wi-Fi enabled device. The compact hotspot provides nationwide access, so users stay connected at home, in the community, and on the go. The product supports the Foundation's equity and student success work by helping bridge the "digital divide" faced by some students and communities. Subscriptions are $19.99 with no contract and no throttling, suspension, or overage charges. Retail plans from the same wireless company price from $40 - $115 monthly. Please consider sharing the low-cost mobile internet service with your friends and colleagues (you do not have to be affiliated with a California Community College to qualify to purchase). Get started here

39 Open Positions with California Health & Wellness

California Health & Wellness is actively recruiting for qualified candidates with disabilities, disabled veterans, and applicants who are fluent in American Sign Language. While a majority of the positions are in Sacramento, there are also open positions in Placerville, Chico, San Diego, and El Centro. Applicants should indicate Sarah Triano's name on the referral question in the application. For more information visit and a list of positions, visit

Affordable Colleges Online: College Guide for Students with Disabilities

An organization dedicated to providing free higher education tools and information for current and future college students and their families, has recently published a new resource for students with disabilities, titled "Making College Affordable: A Guide for Students with Disabilities." Multiple experts in the field with experience in academia, financial aid, and law contributed to the content in this resource guide, including:

  • Advice and resources for loans and scholarships available specifically for students with disabilities
  • A comprehensive list of the best schools for disabled students, evaluated by each institution's disability services
  • Distance learning tips for students with disabilities
  • Job resources for students with disabilities
  • Additional helpful resources

Anyone can access the free guide by going to