Welcome, School Counselors and Community Partners

This is a resources page for counselors and community partners who work with students who are considering attendance at Delgado Community College. We thank you for all that you do. Please contact us with any questions you have. We are happy to help.

What services can you offer me and my students?

Please see our menu of options. We are currently offering virtual and in-person services. Please also visit our New Student Events page to see a list of upcoming events.

Are there recruitment resources I can provide to my students?

Yes! Please see our flyers for admission and funding your education in both English and Spanish, as well as programs of study and transferrable courses.

College Viewbook
Programs of Study by Career Cluster
Freshman Admissions flyer in Spanish
Funding Your Education flyer in English
Funding Your Education flyer in Spanish
Transfer Credits Flyer

How do I sign my students and I up for a campus visit?

Please visit our campus visits page to schedule your group visit. We ask that groups larger than five schedule at least two weeks in advance.

As a counselor, what does Delgado need from me?

  • High School Transcripts (only if indicated on the student's financial aid tracking and only after they have graduated).
  • Immunization Records
  • ACT Scores (if the student wants them submitted, they are not required for admission)
  • Proof of Selective Service

What is Delgado On Site?

Delgado On Site is a college transition program offered by our office. The program allows students to begin the college enrollment process before leaving high school. Learn more about Delgado On Site.

What financial aid resources does Delgado offer?

Delgado offers many resources and assistance for financial aid. Students can receive assistance completing the FAFSA in person at our City Park campus by setting up an appointment with an Financial Aid Counselor, as well as view videos and articles online.

What programs at Delgado accept the TOPS Tech Award?

To receive a TOPS Tech Award, students must enroll in specific programs at Delgado Community College. View the full list of TOPS Tech Award eligible programs.

How do students schedule their placement test?

Students are not required to take the placement test. If their ACT scores do not place them into college-level courses and they would like to test to place college level they can take the test, questionnaire, or enroll in the co-requisite Math and/or English courses. Students can register for the Accuplacer placement test, view study materials, and required scores for placement into college-level courses by visiting the Testing section of our website. The placement test for Delgado students is $15 and must be paid upon scheduling their appointment.

How much does Delgado cost to attend?

Information about tuition, fee costs, and how to pay for college can be found on the How to Pay for College page.

How do I contact the Office of Recruitment and Outreach Services?

Email us at enroll@dcc.edu or text us at 504-313-4698