STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARDS
Identification cards can be purchased for $10 in the bookstore.
The Associated Student Body Government (ASBG) is currently holding a sale on identification cards. Students can save 25-percent, for a total of $7.50 per card, if they purchase by Aug. 30.
After purchasing the card, students go to the ASBG office in Shima 101F, right next to the elevator on the first floor of the Shima Building.
Few students utilize this free service, located in four places on campus. The main center is the Content Tutoring Center located on the first floor of the Goleman Library. In this center you can get tutoring in a variety of courses from languages to computer science.
The second tutoring center is the Math Science Learning Center currently located in Shima 217. This is where students can get help with any math or science course offered.
The third center is the Reading Writing Lab located in Holt 201, where students can get help with English course work, or any class that requires any form of essay writing.
The final center is the Zone, located in Budd 205. This center focuses on helping student athletes, but is open to all students.
These centers are here free of charge to students enrolled in current semester classes.
For those interested in getting involved in campus life and activities, visit the Student Activities office in Shima 101C.
Here you will find a list of clubs on campus, information about student government and campus committees.
Four-year schools are now looking beyond transcripts to see if you invested yourself into your educational experience by looking for extracurricular activities.
If you have an interest in a special subject there is a club or organization on campus for that subject.
When enrolling at Delta College you probably visited the DeRicco Student Services Building to take an assessment, meet with a counselor or even visit the financial aid office.
This is also home to the Disabled Students Program and Services office (DSPS), Extended Opportunity Program and Services office (EOPS), Career Transfer Center and the Veterans Resource Center.
At each of these offices you can meet with experienced staff ready to help.
Located in the center of campus, the recently renovated Goleman Library is where students can check out a variety of books, read local newspapers, access free wifi or study for an upcoming test.
The library is two stories, with large study space on the first floor that includes the Content Learning Center.
The second floor has the college’s large book collection and computers available for use by students. At the reserve counter students can check out textbooks to use in the library for a one-hour period.
Located in Danner Hall, the Delta College bookstore offers students a one-stop shop for most educational needs. The store sales Delta College gear, school supplies and day-to-day essentials.
Textbooks are also available for purchase and rent as well. The bookstore is open late almost every day of the week and some Saturdays during the year.
Delta College district police are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The department offers a variety of services to students, faculty and staff of Delta College including a escort service where the department will provide an escort to the parking lot any time of day.
Those in need of campus police can call (209) 954-5000 or pick up a blue phone located throughout campus.
Students can also send text tips to the district police using the Tipsoft program. For more information on Tipsoft visit http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/police/, or find Delta College police on Facebook by searching for San Joaquin Delta Community College District Police Department.
The student Academic Computing lab is located in Danner 202. The lab is open to students currently enrolled in classes that require the use of a computer.