Greetings and welcome to Delgado Community College. We’re here to help you reach your goals, so you can advance your education, have a satisfying career and live and prosper right here in the greater New Orleans region.
If you live in the metropolitan New Orleans area, chances are there’s a Delgado location near you. Or take classes online from wherever you are—even from the comfort of your home—and to fit your schedule. Our faculty and staff provide caring, personal attention and are always ready to help you.
Why come here? Many students choose Delgado and earn credits or a two-year associate degree to transfer to a baccalaureate program. Others get the career and technical training at Delgado to enter the workforce or earn more at a current job. Delgado is one of the most powerful forces driving the Louisiana economy by providing on-target education and training for today’s in-demand jobs.
We’ve grown and outpaced all regional colleges and universities in the number of students we serve and in the spectrum of ways we serve them. Delgado is now the state’s second largest college, serving over 30,000 degree-seeking and non-credit students at eight locations, including our two new Technical Division sites.
There’s something for everyone here: Choose health care, nursing, technology, business, science and math, communication, liberal arts or leading industry technical training, including maritime, fire and radar. And with options such as short-term training programs, certifications, associate degrees, adult or continuing education, you’ll find what you need to get where you want to be.
Congratulations on taking the first step toward a rewarding new life experience by visiting our web site. Please explore our site further to learn about our more than 70 different programs of study, plus technical training, professional development and continuing education offerings. You can also call us for additional information at (504) 671-5012 or email us anytime at email@example.com. Thank you.
Joan Y. Davis
Delgado Community College