Academic counseling is a continuing experience between the student and teacher, and students are counseled relating to Academic Probation. The Dean of Academics counsels with students often to help with school and personal problems. Delta Tech has a sincere interest in the personal welfare of each student and promotes an open-door policy of communication to provide assistance when needed.
All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance by filling out the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Information regarding financial assistance is supplied to students during his or her interview for admission and at other times during his or her period of enrollment through the Financial Aid office.
Delta Tech maintains a bookstore where students may purchase all required texts. All expenses for books and supplies are in addition to tuition cost.
The library and library resources are available to students and faculty for research and references. Computers, periodicals, tests, newspapers, Internet, and other reference materials are available in the library, as well as, in individual classrooms and computer labs. Also standard reference volumes are available for student use. The library is accessible from:
7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Friday
Tutoring is provided at no additional cost to all students who need assistance with his or her studies in order to achieve the desired results. Students in need of tutoring should consult with his or her instructor regarding the specific needs for tutoring.
Externship students are placed in an actual job in the business community for part of his or her school day in his or her last quarter of training. The students are exposed to the many components of his or her chosen occupational field and have the opportunity for “hands-on” experience. Externship is considered a service to the student as well as curriculum requirement. As a result of Externship training, the student receives valuable experience and the opportunity to relate in an actual job situation. Often, Externship training is the beginning of many permanent jobs and job networking.