Location
University Center, MI
Undergrads
4,174
Tuition (in-state)
$6,410 ($4,460)
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Reviews 323 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The price of this college is what grabs my attention compared to universities. I'm saving thousands of dollars for the same education so it's an awesome choice. Also if you're not sure in what you want to go into them it's a great option because they can help you and you're able to experience different classes at just a fraction of the cost to see what you're into. My favorite experience is my biology class, sitting with the same group every time has made us close and made class way more enjoyable.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: The college is very diverse. Students come from an hours radius so we have a wide variety. The age is the biggest factor because we have parents and even grand parents going back to school which is awesome but hard to get used to at first. I feel most students are mature in their actions and get along.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Delta has a large library with a few help desks plus a tutoring center which is available through out the day. There's a career center to help you land a job, food pantry for those in need, and a gym with the option to purchase a membership.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: My laptop hooks right up to the wifi along with my phone. The speed is great compared to other campuses. The library has a main computer area for anyone's use, then computer labs as well for classes or open use. Printing is a breeze, although you're not able to in color so that's a negative.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I know the tuition rates are going up which is a hassle for me. I'm not eligible for FAFSA so i pay for school out of pocket which can be a struggle. They do have a payment option so you can break it down into 4 payments which does help. However I applied for a scholarship from Delta and did not receive it so that does upset when I get great grades and never missed a payment deadline.

College Freshman

Career Services: I haven't used the career services myself, yet.

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I work nights so I'm able to a couple of day classes and a night class when I don't work. The faculty are very understanding of work and family schedules which is great. They just ask you only take the amount of credits you are sure to be able to handle and not over bear yourself.

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: The online courses are pretty standard, you just have to be disciplined in order to get work done and turned in on your own time. I only recommend this option for classes that you can do without a professors personal help, otherwise you risk getting lost. It is hard to prepare what the professor is exactly looking for with assignments so as long as you do your best you should be fine.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Students get to choose their classes based on the professors, time of days, or the location since there are 3 different campuses. There's such a wide variety to choose from which makes it much easier when classes start getting full. Most professors give out a syllabus right away so you know what to expect. From there you can either drop the class and get switched into one that better suits your needs. For prerequisite classes, most work load is typical and a level higher than high school. Science classes are the hardest but if you start your way from the bottom up, it's much more capable.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The prerequisites for my program are just your basic classes that build off your knowledge from high school. The only complaint is the wait list to get into my program is around three years, so it does take a while. However, you're able to earn your associates while waiting which is great. Even better, you can work on you're bachelors if you happen to get that far. You don't have to put education on hold, and can keep advancing which is why I chose it.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: The students at my school are pretty much you're average students. They go to class, participate, and then study with or without a group after classes.

3 College Sophomore

Career Services: My school is just a 2 year college, however, I've heard that you can complete your bachelors in some programs.

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I only ever took on online course and as far as it was concerned it was quite nice, with good communication and straight forward curriculum.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: I think my school is just really like any other community college. There are a couple really great study spots, but only in the new wing. One of my favorite places to study is called the Atrium and it has a really cool wall of plant life that goes up about 3 stories. It makes for a really calming and comfortable study area. The academic programs I think are vast and have something that could fit everyone. As far as community colleges go it is a very nice facility and pleasant to be at, with a great atmosphere.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: There's a wide variety of times for classes available, so my creating my schedule takes only a little bit of reworking to get it to work with the other things I have going on. As far as the flexibility with classes, it really does depend what teacher you're dealing with. Some teachers allow absolutely no flexibility, for example, once I had a teacher that said under no circumstances can you be late, even if you had an inevitable situation. However other were able to quite flexible, especially with absences. Since I have chronic migraines, being able to make up work that I end up having to miss is important.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: For the price of tuition here, school is awesome. I love the people I've met here and look forward to meeting more people.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: Taking an online course here makes it very easy to manage you schedule while earning credits. They are easy to maintain good grades as well.

College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I don't receive financial aid. I pay for my schooling out of pocket.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: All the student sources on campus are awesome. Even off campus sites are very useful.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: I always have access to the internet here. The wifi boosters they installed make it easy to have access anywhere in the school.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Class choices go above and beyond what is needed.

5 College Junior

Student Body: I have never come across anyone at the school that hasn't accepted someone for who they are.

College Junior

Career Services: I have never used the career services at the school. I have been lucky enough to have jobs throughout school.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Chemical processing industry is a difficult yet interesting program. The CPI teachers are very helpful and the classes are exact replicas of the work space.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The teachers here are awesome. They make the learning easy and fun. Registration is very simple. In the few years I have been here, I have never felt over-worked.

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