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2012 Summer/Fall - Student Handbook 
2012 Summer/Fall - Student Handbook [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Student Life

Student Life - Student Government Association - SGA

Mission Statement

The Student Government Association (SGA) represents the students’ voices while supporting the academic mission of the College. This is done by providing vital co-curricular activities that enhance individual student development. We also promote participation in self-governance and uphold the high standards of education at Delgado Community College.

The SGA’s purpose is to…

  • Represent the student body by conveying the opinions, ideas, wishes and needs of the student to the administration, faculty and staff
  • Provide a better social, cultural and educational life on Campus
  • Promote the high standards of education offered at Delgado Community College

Benefits of serving on the SGA

  • Participate in leadership training
  • Express your voice in College decisions
  • Provide services to fellow students
  • Leave your mark by assisting in the planning and implementation of many Delgado traditions and activities
  • Build your resume
  • Become eligible for tuition waivers and workstudy positions if you are an executive officer

There are SGA offices at every Delgado location! Find out what’s happening on your Campus, and get involved!

SGA Web page

SGA Offices

West Bank Campus
Building 1, Room 128
Phone: (504) 761-3118
E-mail address:

City Park Campus
Building 11, Room 105
Phone: (504) 671-6000
E-mail address:

Delgado - Northshore - Slidell
Multi-purpose office next to financial aid
Phone: (504) 671-6610
E-mail address:

Delgado Charity School of Nursing
Room 619
Phone: (504) 571-1337
E-mail address:




Student Life - Student Organizations

Find students, faculty, and staff members that share your interests by joining a student organization. Co-curricular activities and organizations are important to student growth and development. Numerous scholastic, social, professional, service, and religious organizations have been developed in response to student inquiries. Officers of all student organizations must have at least a 2.0 grade point average and be enrolled as full-time or part-time students. This applies to all members of student organizations, unless otherwise specified by the organization’s constitution.

Find a student organization at