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About the School:

Founded in 1921, Delgado Community College is a public community college based in New Orleans, Louisiana. It enrolls over 13,000 students annually and currently is the state’s largest and oldest community college.

The highest degree students can pursue here is at the associate's level. The college offers 34 associates, 4 technical diplomas, 61 certification programs, and 100+ non-credit courses. Some of the notable areas of study at DCC include nursing, business, general studies, accounting, criminal justice, and information technology.

DCC’s in-state tuition & fees are approx. $4,000 and out-of-state charges are around $8,300 with no application fee. In addition, over 60% of its students receive some sort of financial assistance. The average award for undergraduate students is approx. $3,850.

Online Presence:

While DCC offers several 100% online classes, they also have many hybrid programs. The fully online degree programs include:

  • Accounting, A.A.S.
  • Business Administration, A.S.
  • Business & Management, A.A.S.
  • Cloud Computing, A.A.S., A.A.S.
  • Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.
  • Criminal Justice, A.A.
  • General Studies, A.G.S.
  • Hospitality Management, A.A.S.
  • Louisiana Transfer Degree, A.A.

There are several certification programs available as well. You can get the complete details on what’s available via the Delgado Online page.

Laptop Programs:

Delgado Community College offers a laptop program through which, students can loan a laptop for educational use. However, there are certain requirements that you need to meet to qualify for this program. Such as, you need to be a currently enrolled student and need to be in good financial and academic standing with the college. You need to have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. To get the complete details on this topic, visit the DOARS Laptop Loan Program page.

Accreditation:

Delgado Community College has accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

To know more about laptop programs, click here.