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

Enrollment


 

Admissions & Enrollment Services
 

Follow Enrollment Process Steps in this Order at the Location You Plan to Attend:



City Park Campus

615 City Park Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 671-5012
Bldg. 2, Rm. 101 - Answer Center

Charity School of Nursing

450 S. Claiborne Ave., New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 571-1270 or (504) 571-1280

Jefferson

5200 Blair Dr., Metairie, LA 70001
(504) 671-6700
Bldg. A, Rm. 3

Northshore-Covington

207 E. Lockwood St., Covington, LA 70433
(985) 893-6286 or (504) 671-6600

Northshore-Slidell

320 E. Howze Beach Rd., Slidell, LA 70461
(985) 646-6420 or (504) 671-6610

West Bank Campus

2600 General Meyer Ave., New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 762-3100
Larocca Hall, Rm. 143

West Jefferson

475 Manhattan Blvd., Harvey, LA 70058
(504) 671-6800
 

  1. Apply for admission.
    What you do: Submit your application to Admissions and Enrollment Services or apply online at www.dcc.edu.
    Where: See addresses above and visit the location where you plan to attend classes.
    When: APPLY NOW for best selection of classes.

  2. Apply for financial assistance.
    What you do: Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Then check the status of your application at www.dcc.edu. Click “Student Self Serve” then “Enter Student Services” and login. See Online Tools & Resources    for more info.
    Where: See addresses above and visit the location where you plan to attend classes.
    When: See Testing Information  for deadlines.

  3. Take your placement tests.
    What you do: Make an appointment with the testing office and pay testing fees at the Bursar’s office. See testing pages  for test schedule.
    Where: See addresses above and visit the location where you plan to attend classes.
    When: See test schedule  pages in this handbook. Tests are scheduled after you are admitted, but before you register for classes.

  4. Register for classes.
    What you do: New students attend an orientation session by appointment. Re-admit, transfer and continuing students register on the internet at www.dcc.edu. Note: Transfer students registering for a class that requires a prerequisite must register in person.
    Where: See addresses above and visit the location where you plan to attend classes.
    When: All freshmen must register in person during Freshman Orientation (OARS). Appointment for OARS will be given at the conclusion of placement test.

  5. Secure classes.
    What you do: To ensure your classes are held, either:
    • Verify acceptance of Financial Aid package – Students who receive financial assistance must bring their schedules to the Office of Student Financial Assistance before the fee payment deadline to ensure that pending aid will post or hold classes without further action required
      OR
    • Pay all tuition and fees in full by the fee payment deadline
      OR
    • Pay at least the minimum amount required for a deferment (if qualified- see Financial Assistance ) by the fee payment deadline

When:

  • Priority registration payment deadline: Jan. 13, 2012 by 3 p.m.
  • During regular and late registration, payment or other arrangements must be made by close of business on the day classes are added.

Where: To pay online using a credit card, students need to verify their account balance by logging into Student Self-Service at www.dcc.edu and clicking on Account Summary/Credit Card payment. Or for payment in person, see addresses above and visit the location where you plan to attend.

Note: Classes not secured with either minimum payment or pending financial aid will be dropped.

  1. Get your student ID card.
    All students are required to obtain a Delgado ID card. The card is used for registration and library usage, as well as for numerous other purposes. Bring your paid receipt to the ID Card Center at any location to obtain your ID.

  2. Drop or add classes if necessary.
    What you do: Students who have paid, made payment arrangements or are approved for financial assistance can add or drop courses early on the Web or in person. All students can drop and add during the first two days of classes. After Jan. 24, 2012, students must officially drop a course or withdraw from the College online or at the Registrar’s office in order to receive a “W”. A student may receive a failing grade otherwise.
    Where: See addresses above and visit the location where you plan to attend classes.
    When: Jan. 23 - 24, 2012.

  3. Learn About Online Resources
    Learn how to use Delgado’s online resources, including e-mail and Blackboard. See Online Tools & Resources  in this handbook. Accounts are generated as early as Jan. 18, 2012 for new students.

  4. Attend classes.
    Spring 2012 classes begin Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012.
     

 

Delgado’s Testing Center

Available to students, businesses and community members by appointment

Academic assessments

(ATB) Ability to Benefit Tests

English as a Second Language (ESL)

College placement exam

American College Testing (ACT)

Nursing entrance exams

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

WorkKeys

Certification/competency exams

Career assessments

Get assessed today!

(504) 671-5080 or (504) 671-5086

City Park Campus,
Building 2, Room 302