San Joaquin Delta College

5151 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA
2-year
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Questions and Answers about San Joaquin Delta College

Amy O.
3 months ago
How does receiving financial aid from San Joaquin Delta College work after applying to the FASFA?
Ryan H.
7 months ago
Are the first two years free for students at San Joaquin Delta College?
Leslie S.
7 months ago
What is the NCLEX pass rate of San Joaquin Delta College nursing students?
Bryce Y.
8 months ago
What are the most popular extracurricular activities that San Joaquin Delta students engage in?
Bryce Y.
8 months ago
Are students heavily engaged in the city surrounding campus?
Reina M.
1 year ago
What sports programs does San Joaquin Delta College athletics department offer?

Majors offered at San Joaquin Delta College

Biggest majors
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Biological and Physical Sciences
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing

Academics at San Joaquin Delta College

Student Faculty Ratio
35 to 1
School type
Public 2-year institution

San Joaquin Delta College demographics

47% Hispanic
19% White
18% Asian
9% Black
5% Multiracial
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Common careers for San Joaquin Delta College students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Information Technology (IT) Manager133k
Registered Nurse (RN), Utilization Review (UR)89k
Senior Estimator85k
Production Manager, (Unspecified Type)75k
Production Planner, Manufacturing70k
Accounting Supervisor60k
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization27k
Based on 483 student responses
42.3kAvg. Early Career Pay
65.2kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
56%in High-Meaning careers
2%in STEM careers

Net price of attending San Joaquin Delta College

San Joaquin Delta College financial aid

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Student reviews of San Joaquin Delta College

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100% of students

Known for

Accessible and helpful professors
Helpful career services
Helpful learning and accessibility services
Commuter-friendly
Accessible for students with disabilities
Roselynn Keeler
Business And Entrepreneurship

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

San Joaquin Delta College is a community college and it is great for getting an Associate’s Degree and moving up to a four-year university. San Joaquin Delta College has great classes and great professors. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

What I didn’t like about San Joaquin Delta College is that it can be a little difficult navigating what classes to take and how to find the course calendar.

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

San Joaquin Delta College was a great way to start my college experience. I knew that my professors cared about my success and were passionate about their jobs. The affordability was a prominent reason for why going to Delta before going into a four year, and I am very happy with the decision that I had made.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

There weren’t many issues I had with Delta, maybe the Portal system that they have, but that issue has been resolved. Other than maybe not being able to sometimes get an early appointment with counselors, they do have services where students can maybe get a spot with a counselor if someone had dropped an appointment. I don’t have much to complain about with Delta. Overall good experience.

Amy Orta
Writing

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I liked how the campus was laid out and the professors who were always there to help students out. It felt like a good environment to learn and figure out what worked best for them.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Thy Nguyen
Engineering
Cleaning
Cooking
Baking + 1 other

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I feel like San Joaquin Delta College is an excellent experience because they offer you a lot of opportunities such as programs, internships, scholarships, tutoring, and workshops to guide students virtually. They remind and urge us to apply for our future. The staff are hard-working and giving their best to make sure we students provide the knowledge we need. SJDC even provides a website called, Jobspeaker, for students seeking jobs. The events and clubs are fun to me, and I feel like more students should join in the fun. But, I understand how busy we are and the timing is not right. Sometimes there's an event I want to go to, but I'm caught up with my schedule. I think events should be hosted when more students are available. Overall, the peers are friendly and helpful if you get to know them. When I'm in classes with them, it gets awkward and quiet because we're shy. However, if we start to brush a conversation and get to know each other, the friendship begins.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

There are so many things I like about San Joaquin Delta College, but there are also a few things I don't like. First, it's timing. Sometimes an event will happen by the time my class starts, so I can't participate. Also, time goes by so fast, and I have to study. Second, I think only a few students take advantage of opportunities. For instance, San Joaquin Delta College provides internships and scholarships which is a great advantage for your future experience. I received emails that only a few participated and encouraged more students to apply. They even extended deadlines for scholarships. I understand many of us are tight on our schedules and couldn't take these opportunities. We're loaded with homework, jobs, taking care of our homes, etc. It would make sense that only a few participated. Third, some of my classes are awkwardly quiet. I am even shy as well, and I think we should encourage ourselves to actively participate in class. We listen and understand, but help give classes a positive vibe. It could be a quick joke or a question. I even feel like professors want a positive mood for classes. So I think a little chat, joke, or question could help bring comfort to us to participate.

Alexis Paneda
Calligraphy
Baking
Music
Art + 1 other

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

As an online student, all the information needed to work towards transferring is readily available on their website. The counselors and other staff are helpful and want to help attending students succeed. It's a welcoming environment overall.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Being an online student means that you have less access to school-related extracurriculars if any at all. There are not many opportunities to join any clubs, student body, etcetera if you are not on one of the campuses.

Fabiola Hernandez
Drawing And Illustration
Photography and Photo Editing
Cooking

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

It is a great place to start for students who are undecided about their major like I once was. If you utilize the programs well to your advantage, you will soon find out what you want to major in and the process can go smoother to transfer! The programs it offers for different majors are generally average and may not be as advanced as others, but if you plan to transfer it can still be a useful experience to start you off on the right path.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The only flaw I can think of is the availability of some classes. I am recently having an issue where a class I need to transfer to hasn't become available for a while, and I hope it won't hold me back longer than I already have. This is something to take into consideration so you can be prepared for any setbacks you may encounter.

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