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Delta College is in person AND online this summer and fall!

Ready to come back to campus? We're providing smaller, socially distanced classes to keep you safe. Prefer the flexibility of learning online, on your own time? That's OK, too.

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What kinds of classes will be offered in person?

Some of the classes offered in person are in subjects that are difficult to offer online, such as visual and performing arts and physical education. But the College is also offering in person or hybrid classes in summer and fall in areas like:

  • English
  • Math
  • Economics
  • Business
  • Communication studies
  • History
  • Psych 1 (Introduction to Psycholopgy) and Psych 2 (Statistical Methods for Psychology & Social Science)
  • Digital media
  • Graphic arts
  • Administration of Justice

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Career technical education programs that are considered essential sector programs by the state, such as the POST Academy and nursing, have already been meeting in person for roughly a year.

Why should I come back to campus?

Although the pandemic is not over, we plan to safely bring some classes and limited services back to campus!

Some in-person classes are being offered this summer, with the next round of classes starting June 14.

Starting Fall Semester, Delta also intends to offer (on a limited basis) student services including:

  • Financial aid
  • Admissions and records
  • Food services
  • The Child Development Center
  • The Student Food Pantry
  • Student activities
  • Clubs
  • Learning communities

Also in the Fall, the College plans to make the first floor of Goleman Library available as a study hall with express student services like counseling and financial aid. The College Bookstore will be open and food services will be available in both the cafeteria and Java Jitters which will be occupying its new Goleman Café space.

How will you keep students safe?

Nothing is more important to us than the safety of students and employees. Delta College has precautions and safeguards in place, including:

  • Some courses have been split up into multiple, smaller sections with fewer students. Others have been moved to larger classroom spaces, with desks and lab stations set apart
  • Some courses will also be offered as hybrids, or partially online and partially in person, reducing the amount of time students spend on campus.
  • Thorough classroom cleaning procedures will remain in place.
  • Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be available.
  • Face coverings are currently required on the Delta College campus.

We continue to follow the public health situation closely, as protocols and requirements continue to change.

I actually prefer online classes. Can I stay online?

Yes! For Fall Semester, we expect that at least 50 percent of classes will still be online. The College is also experimenting with technology that would allow in person classes to simultaneously be broadcast online, giving you additional flexibility to attend either in person or online.

How can I tell which classes are online and which are in person?

If you are a current Delta student, you can go to MyDelta and use the new Class Schedule tool to search for classes. Instruction Mode will let you know if the class is online, in-person, or a combination of both.  This search tool is also available publicly at deltacollege.search.collegescheduler.com

Will I have to wear a mask?

As of today, masks are still required on the Delta College campus. Public health protocols are frequently changing. Determinations about mask wearing, social distancing and other measures will be made as time goes on.

Will you require vaccinations?

Delta College has not made a determination whether vaccinations will be required. We certainly encourage students to get vaccinated in order to further slow the spread of the virus. Get started here: myturn.ca.gov. 

 

 

 

Will live chat still be available?

Yes. You will still be able to log onto deltacollege.edu and other pages in order to chat live with an agent and get your questions answered.  

 

 

Will loaner laptops still be available?

Yes! Delta will continue with its technology loan program. If you need a laptop, please visit www.deltacollege.edu/techsquad for details. 

 

What about parking?

Parking is free for summer session and Fall Semester.

I need help!

A team of student resource specialists are standing by! You can meet the team by clicking here. We encourage you to reach out to your resource specialist today. Email them directly or use the form on this page.

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