STEP 1: Complete admissions application.
Complete the admissions application. Upon completing Delgado’s admission application, you will gain access to Delgado’s Student Self-Service Portal Log-on Louisiana (LoLA) and can register for classes. Within 24 hours, upon submitting your Delgado application, you should receive email and text communications from Delgado at the email address and phone number that you provided on your application. If you do not, please contact us at 1-855-215-8247.
STEP 2: Register for classes.
Visit your Advisor.
Meet with your advisor and make a plan.
- Please see your advisor if you have documentation that may make you eligible for higher placement in Math or English. Advisors are also available to discuss placement testing options.
- Contact your academic advisor prior to visiting campus. Advisors may require an appointment.*
- If you are a transfer student, please bring unofficial transcripts to all advising sessions for proper placement and pre-requisite overrides.*
Stick to the plan.
- Register for classes online through LoLA after being advised.
Graduate on time!
*If providing placement documentation such as ACT/SAT scores, college transcripts, high school/Dual Enrollment transcripts, or placement test scores, please bring those documents when visiting with your advisor.
STEP 3: Determine how to pay for classes.
Schedules must be secured and/or paid to prevent being deleted. Visit Student Accounts to see payment requirements and deadlines. See instructions on how to ensure your classes are secured.
Using Financial Aid
There are many types of financial aid available such as grants, loans, scholarships, veteran’s benefits, etc. Below gives instructions on how to obtain and use financial aid.
Pell Grants and Loans
Complete the FAFSA (School Code: 004626).
There are two available:
- The 2022-2023 FAFSA is for Fall 2022, Spring 2023, and Summer 2023
- The 2023-2024 FAFSA is for Fall 2023, Spring 2024, and Summer 2024
Internal scholarships are awarded by the College each school year, and a list of external scholarships is maintained by the Office of Financial Aid.
Learn more about available scholarships.
Contracts and Waivers
Eligible students may receive a waiver of base tuition and applicable fees if they qualify for an approved Legislative, Board Mandated or Institutional Waiver or Exemption.
A third-party organization may sponsor a student’s enrollment by committing to paying a student’s mandatory tuition and registration fees. Most organizations will grant the sponsorships through an application process.
Learn more about contracts and waivers.
VA education benefits help veterans, service members, and their qualified family members with needs like paying for college tuition.
Learn how to apply for and manage the education and training benefits you’ve earned!
Find out more about veterans benefits by visiting the Veterans Affairs office or contacting Peter Brandt at email@example.com.
Using Delgado’s Payment Plan
Pay tuition in manageable monthly installments – for either your entire bill or the amount remaining after financial aid.
We have made paying tuition easier!
Enroll in a tuition plan to pay your tuition in more manageable installments. The payment plan provides many benefits to those who enroll.
Gives you more time.
Make payments over time
Allows you to avoid high interest rates.
Tuition payment plans only charge one low $30 fee at the time of the enrollment.
Learn more about Delgado’s payment plan.
Payment in Full
Payment in Person
Pay by cash, personal check, money order, or cashier’s check (in-person credit card payments not accepted) at the Bursar’s Office. Students can only enroll in and pay toward the payment plan online.
Avoid long lines by paying tuition with a credit card online via LoLA. Delgado welcomes American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and VISA for online payment.
Payments by Mail
Make checks payable to “Delgado Community College” and mail to:
City Park Campus
615 City Park Avenue, Building 2, Room 104
New Orleans, LA 70119
Learn more about making payments at Delgado.