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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.72 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.62 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.61 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,095 Graduates
Medical Assistant367 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service180 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping140 Graduates
Business Administration and Management138 Graduates
Engineering Technology138 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science76 Graduates
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Delgado Community College Reviews
Delgado Community College ( City Park campus) is an awesome institution for obtaining vocational degrees, as well as for taking classes to transition to a university. Whether prospective students are interested in enrolling in a vocational program or just obtaining prerequites, students will ultimately acquire a strong foundation that will be useful in their academic career. I was able to develope effective studying methods and time management skills. This is a special thanks to the professors who are friendly and motivating. I would definitely encourage students to enroll at Delgado.Delgado Community College is great start and great finish.
I was mostly an online student, but my one on-campus class, Intro to Theatre, was an absolute joy to be a part of. The teacher was easy going and made class time enjoyable. I found ways to become involved with their theatre program through that class. I discovered a passion for backstage work, and the theatre professors were very encouraging of my interests. I am now a theatre arts major aiming to become a successful stage manager in the future. The campus itself had a bright atmosphere. There is a pond with benches and tables around it that I often used as a relaxing spot to have lunch after class. The geese are friendly, and it is very calming to watch the large koi and turtles swim around. There were many musical and free food events held on the campus that were open to all students for their enjoyment. The staff members were always friendly and patient when helping students. I thoroughly enjoyed my time there.
First of all the campus is beautiful. It's situated in an area call City Park, which is a very nice part of New Orleans. The main campus is easy to get around. If you need to reach admissions or financial aide the service is prompt. As far as the teachers/professors, they are very helpful, knowledgeable, and nice. There are other locations/campuses in New Orleans that makes it convenient for those who cannot make it to the main campus. Overall this school is a great place to get an education any many fields. Definitely a great stepping stone for those who want to transfer a major University.