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2012 Spring - Student Handbook 
    
2012 Spring - Student Handbook [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Registration


 

Registering for Classes

Delgado offers convenient ways for students to register for classes — on the Internet or in person for priority registration or during regular registration dates. The following information can help you determine the best method for your registration needs.

General Information

  • All students must have a picture ID (school ID, driver’s license, etc.) to register.
  • If you send someone else to register for you, s/he must have a copy of your picture ID and a signed note from you giving him/her permission to register you for specific classes.
  • Continuing students who have completed their basic education courses may register in person or via the Web. Students taking developmental courses must register in person. Re-admit students can only register online 24 hours after the admissions application has been accepted.
  • All students are required to have Delgado picture IDs made after tuition for the semester has been paid
  • Students who have never attended college need to take placement tests at one of the scheduled placement test times. Registration times will be given to students when they take the placement tests.
  • Transfer students can register online 24 hours after their admissions application has been accepted. Transfer students must provide grade reports or unofficial transcripts at the time of registration if they are registering for classes that have prerequisites. These students will then have 30 days from the start of classes to provide official transcripts and meet other admissions requirements. Transfer students should refer to the College Catalog online for course descriptions and prerequisites or corequisites.
  • Beginning Jan. 18, 2012, students must come prepared to pay their tuition, have completed the financial assistance process or have proof that a third party is paying their tuition. Students who register via the Web must also pay by credit card or bring their payments to their location. Students who do not pay or make arrangements at the close of each registration day will have their schedules deleted.

Registering for Classes on the Internet

Register for your classes on the Internet. It’s fast, easy, and fun. Go to the Delgado website at www.dcc.edu, then

  1. Click on Current Students
  2. Under Resources, click on Student Self-Serve
  3. Click on Enter Student Services
  4. Enter your eight-digit student College-wide ID number and four-digit PIN. All students are initially assigned a two-digit day/two-digit year of birth as a PIN (for example, if your birth date is 02/18/2007, your PIN is 1807). This number must be changed to a new four-digit PIN when you initially access the Web registration system.
  5. You may also change your PIN at any time in person in the Office of the Registrar. Be sure to remember your new PIN! Click LOGIN.
  6. Under REGISTRATION, click DROP/ADD; Select term and click on SELECT; do not press enter
  7. Enter five-digit course call number. If you do not know the five-digit course call number, click COURSE SELECTION and highlight subject. Click SELECT to find five-digit course call number.
  8. Click DROP/ADD CLASSES, enter five-digit course call number(s) and click SUBMIT. To view your tuition fees click ACCOUNT SUMMARY.

You can also choose several other options from STUDENT SERVICES MENU, including the College Catalog, available course selections and financial assistance.

Registration Holds

Continuing students may register for classes as long as they do not have any registration holds. These holds may result from

  • Failure to pay all outstanding debts owed to the College
  • Failure to provide all official transcripts, immunization forms, test scores, etc. required to meet College admissions requirements
  • Admission as a cross-enrolled or other special category student for one semester only
  • Other special circumstances that limit a student’s ability to register.

To clear a hold, contact the Office of the Registrar at the location where you applied.

Location Specific Info

Charity School of Nursing

Charity School of Nursing continuing students must check the Delgado website or the Blackboard site of the course in which they are currently enrolled for registration information for the upcoming semester.

Northshore

Faculty and staff at the Northshore sites will be available to advise and register any students. Please call Covington at (985) 893-6286 or Slidell at (985) 646-6420 for information on available times.

Jefferson, West Jefferson and Slidell Instructional Services

Faculty and staff at the above mentioned sites will be available to advise and register from the Technical Division. Please call Jefferson at (504) 671- 6700, West Jefferson at (504) 671-6800 and Slidell Instructional Services at (985) 646-6412.

All Locations

Students needing placement tests must make appointments to take placement tests. See the testing information  section in this handbook for test dates and times. Transfer students must bring transcripts or grade reports to registration to assist in advising.

Registration Dates & Deadlines Spring 2012

Priority registration: Oct. 24, 2011 - Jan. 13, 2012, Monday – Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday 1 p.m. - Sunday all day at www.dcc.edu. If you registered during priority registration via the Web after Dec. 16, 2011, you must verify your account and submit payment online or in person by 3 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 13, 2012. To verify your account, go to www.dcc.edu, click Student Self Serve, click Enter Student Services, and login.

Regular registration: Jan. 18 - 20, 2011, In person 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and online 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. All tuition payments are due on the day of registration. Students who register via the Web must pay by credit card or visit their Delgado location to make payment before the close of business the same day, or their schedules will be deleted and they will have to begin the scheduling process again.

Late Registration and drop/add: Jan. 23 - 24, 2012.

Withdrawing from the College

Mere cessation of attendance does not constitute withdrawal and may result in the student receiving a failing grade in the course. You can withdraw online or at the Registrar’s office.

Withdrawal from College/Reduction in Credit Hours Tuition Refund Schedule

SPRING 2012    
Through Jan. 24   100%
Jan. 25 - 27   50%
Jan. 28 - Feb. 6   25%
After Feb. 6   NONE

Adjustments to tuition will be made according to the schedule listed above regardless of the date of your registration (or late registration). Students who register after the 100 percent tuition refund period ends and then drop a course or withdraw will receive tuition adjustment in accordance with the date on which they registered.