What Types of People Apply to Delta Tech?
Delta Technical College is not a traditional college, and we have many students from different walks of life enroll in our vocational programs and courses. For example:
- High school students looking for an alternate option to a four-year college, and who are interested in hands-on training in the allied health or mechanical trades fields.
- Adults who are looking to further their career with continued education and/or certification, or who are looking to change careers and need accelerated programs or courses to fit their busy schedules.
- Military (active duty or veterans) who are interested in hands-on training in a vocational career, including allied health or mechanical trades. Many of our programs and courses at Delta Tech also provide military students with financial assistance through GI Bills.
Why Delta Tech?
- Diverse mix of mechanical trades, allied health, truck driving and cosmetology programs to choose from, so you can find the career path that’s right for you.
- Accelerated programs/courses allow students to complete most training in less than 1 year, and we offer both daytime and evening class times.*Please note, evening classes are not available for all programs and courses.
- 2 technical school campuses in Mississippi provide students close and convenient hands-on workforce training.
- Program instructors have real-world experience to help prepare you for your career.
- Small class sizes that allow students one-on-one interaction with the instructor.
- No general education requirements, so students can begin their program-specific training immediately, without taking unrelated course material.
- Lifetime job placement assistance is available to all graduates who qualify.
- Delta Tech is a nationally accredited vocational college.
- Delta Tech is also approved through the U.S. Department of Education and a variety of financial aid options are available to those who qualify.