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    Delgado Community College
  Jan 16, 2018
2017 - 2018 Catalog

Articulation and Transfer Agreements

The College provides educational services to the area through consortia and articulation arrangements with local universities, colleges, and public and private agencies and institutions. In the fall of 1972, Delgado Community College became a member of the Gulf Regional Interstate Collegiate Consortium (GRICC). This consortium is composed of ten colleges and universities from Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, and Alabama.

Delgado has had articulation agreements with the University of New Orleans, Our Lady of Holy Cross College, Loyola University in New Orleans, Dillard University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Xavier University, Regents College of the State University of New York and Nicholls State University for the last ten years. In 1998, Delgado updated and expanded the articulation agreements with Dillard University, University College of Tulane University and the University of New Orleans. In 2001 Delgado has signed expanded articulation agreements with Northwestern State University and the University of Phoenix. The Louisiana Board of Regents has published an equivalency guide for all public higher education institutions in the state of Louisiana.

Students who plan to transfer may receive copies of these programs and course equivalencies from the Transfer Center at the City Park Campus or from any academic advisor on any campus. Students are also encouraged to contact a counselor at the receiving institution for up-to-date information on curriculum requirements. Students who are enrolled in programs articulated with a four-year institution should be aware that they may complete the last six hours toward a degree at the four-year institution and transfer the credits back to Delgado to complete the associate degree.