If you have enrolled in Delta courses in the past two semesters, skip to step 4.
If you are new to Delta or have not enrolled in courses in the past two consecutive semesters, apply (or reapply) for Admission early to ensure you can register for classes!
The basic steps to complete and submit an application are:
Note: Do not use your school email when applying. Use a gmail or yahoo account.
Please note that you’ll receive two confirmation numbers. If you do not receive the email with your Delta ID within one week, please contact CollegeEarlyStart@deltacollege.edu
After submitting your Delta Admission Application, you will receive a “Welcome to Delta” email at the email address you used on the application. The welcome email will include your Delta College student ID number.
If you do not receive the email with your Delta ID within one week, please contact CollegeEarlyStart@deltacollege.edu. Please include a screen shot of your application’s confirmation message to help us it track down.
Before you can enroll in Delta courses, you must complete the College Early Start (CES) form. It will be routed to your parent and high school counselor to sign, electronically, upon your submitting it.
We will notify your counselor as soon as your CES form has been processed.
If you completed the CA College Promise Grant application for fall 2020 term, you can continue to step 5 to enroll in classes. Otherwise, please complete the form for 2020-21.
Complete CCPG application here: https://bog.opencccapply.net/gateway/bog?cccMisCode=551
Do not worry if your application is declined. Your tuition and fees will be waived.
Skip this step if you are not enrolling in ENG 1A or Math 12.
If you will enroll in English 1A or Math 12, you must request that the Placement Center clear your level.
Please wait until your CES form is processed prior to submitting your request.
You will be notified via email once you are cleared.
Registration is conducted online only.
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