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About Delta Tech

Mission Statement

Delta Technical College (Delta Tech) has a clear mission statement that addresses student opportunities for learning and personal growth. Delta Tech strives to be a leader in promoting student learning and achievement in a variety of careers and trades. Our mission is to offer workforce training, and to provide graduates with the skills necessary to gain entry level employment in their chosen field.

Horn Lake, MS Campus History

Delta Technical College became accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) as a Branch Campus of Midwest Technical Institute in June of 2004.  MTI was founded in 1995 and was located in Lincoln, Illinois until January 2007 when it was relocated in the State Capital, Springfield, Illinois.

In August of 2004, Delta Technical College opened its doors to the citizens of DeSoto County and the surrounding area with instruction in Medical Assisting and HVAC.  Since then, Delta Technical College added the Medical Coding Specialist program in October of 2008, followed by the Journeyman Welding program and the Cosmetology Programs in March of 2009 and the Dental Assisting Program in April of 2009.

In March of 2009, Delta Technical moved its main office from 1090 Main Street, Southaven, Mississippi, 38671 to its current location 6650 D Interstate Boulevard, Horn Lake, MS 38637. 

Delta Technical College is committed to serving the expanding needs of the community.  The demographic trends, as well as projected employment demand, reflect favorably on the long-term vitality of Delta as well as its graduates.

Delta Technical College is regulated and licensed to operate by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration and License #C-624.

Ridgeland, MS Campus History

Delta Technical College opened a second location in 2011 in Ridgeland, Mississippi.  The location is 113 Marketridge Drive, Ridgeland, Mississippi, 39157.