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Delta College is a community college located in Bay County's Frankenlust Township, 5.5 miles southwest of Bay City, Michigan. Delta College's district had its beginning in 1955 with Saginaw, Midland, and Bay counties making up the district. In 1957, the voters of the tri-counties approved the construction of the college, and it opened for classes in 1961. Delta College replaced Bay City Junior College, established in 1922, because the junior college could no longer support the growing enrollment. With Saginaw Valley College established in 1964, later renamed Saginaw Valley State College in 1975, and finally named Saginaw Valley State University. In 1987, both Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University form University Center, Michigan.

Contact Information

1961 Delta Road, University Center, Michigan 48710
(989) 686-9708

What Delta College can offer you.

The college owns and operates WDCQ-TV (Q-TV), the region's PBS station; and WUCX-FM (Q-90.1), the NPR affiliate, owned by Central Michigan University (CMU) and co-operated by Delta College and CMU. Collectively, these stations are known as Delta College Quality Public Broadcasting and they serve an audience of 1.2 million people in mid-Michigan. The college's student-run newspaper is the Delta Collegiate and has been published since the college opened in 1961. The newspaper prints a new issue every two weeks during the fall and winter semester. The Library Learning Information Center (LLIC) now has an online archive of the first 50 years of the Delta Collegiate.

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