The Delta College Program is an alternative to the traditional College at Brockport General Education program, offering an interdisciplinary approach to the College's required undergraduate liberal arts and science courses. All majors and certification programs offered at the College are compatible with our program.
In addition, the Delta College Program pays special attention to career preparation. Our students interact with faculty mentors, who assist them with résumés, portfolios, interviewing, and networking for internships or work placements. This practical model helps students to test career options or jumpstart a career.
The Delta College Program is not just a collection of courses, but a learning community. The program depends on lively, engaged exchanges between students and faculty. Together we work on writing, presenting, critical thinking, and creative expression skills, which we showcase at public venues and conferences. All these experiences build poise, confidence, and professionalism.
The Delta College Program at The College at Brockport is unique within the SUNY system. Founded in 1973 (this means it's our 40th Anniversary), it remains an innovative learning community that attracts adventurous students--those who desire to spend time on career preparation through internships or work experiences.
The Delta College Program accepts 60 first-year students each year. Prospective students submit the Delta College Supplemental Application and meet with a Delta College faculty member to discuss the program.
Thursday, August 21
|8:30 am to 2:00 pm||Move in to your dorm|
|9:00 am to Noon||Welcome Breakfast--Meet your Peer Mentor
New York Room, Cooper Hall
Make sure to stop by even if you're alreadly moved in or are commuting.
|2:00 to 5:00 pm||Peer Mentor Activities
Meet at the Flagpole by the Union
Friday, August 22
|9:30 to 11:30 am||Delta Jumpstart--Meet the Delta faculty!
Delta Lounge, Cooper Mezzanine
Saturday, August 23
|8:30 to 11: 15 am||First meeting of DCC 100
We work with our students individually and in groups, challenging them to learn and demonstrate the intellectual, technical, and interpersonal competencies that will allow them to choose purposeful careers and lead contributive lives.
Thus equipped, our graduates will turn knowledge into wisdom, compassion into community, and understanding into practice.