Delgado Cares

What is the most recent COVID-19 information for Delgado Community College students, faculty, and staff?

Based on the guidance from the CDC, issued on March 1, 2024, the following protocols are in place.

If you have a respiratory virus, or develop respiratory symptoms

  • Stay home if you are sick until at least 24 hours after both:
    • Your symptoms are getting better overall, and 
    • You have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication).

  • Resume normal activities and use added prevention strategies over the next five days, such as
    • Practicing good hygiene, including covering your mouth when coughing or sneezing, using hand sanitizer stations when entering common areas, and washing your hands multiple times a day.
    • Wearing a well-fitting mask
    • Keeping a distance from others
    • Getting tested for respiratory viruses

Cares Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund

Delgado Community College has been awarded the following stimulus funds from the Cares Act for Higher Education Emergency Relief:

Institutional Portion - total awarded $47,625,438 (Includes HEERF I, II, & III)

  • These funds are being used for Software, Technology Upgrades, Equipment and Lost Revenue.
  • View Delgado's Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act:





Cares Act Relief Student Emergency Funding - Total awarded $34,177,447 (Includes HEERF I, II, & III)

Minority Serving Institution -total awarded $2,114,191 (Includes HEERF I, II, & III)

  • These funds are being used to cover loss revenue related to COVID-19, which includes the Childcare Center, Fitness Center, SELF Funds and Non-Credit.

Instructional delivery, personal protection, and campus safety 

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Archived communications about COVID-19 and the Delgado response.