Louisiana Delta - Monroe is a public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,550 undergraduate students.
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Louisiana Delta Community College - Monroe Reviews
It's a pretty decent school. Most of the professors are awesome and help you as much as they can. Others could be a little better about organizing and explaining what they want from you in the coursework. Overall, I have enjoyed the time that I have been here so far. The campus is great!
There are many factors that helped with my decision for enrolling at Louisiana Delta Community Collge. I like the smaller campus atmosphere, to me, the professor doesn't treat you as another face in the crowd, they offer advice, positive energy, and support to all student when needed. Student easily develops friendly relationships due to how the campus designs. The cost to attend Louisiana Delta Community College was another key part of my choice, saving money on my education.
As a non-traditional student, I was amazed by the compassion shown by Instructors for you to succeed in classes. The opportunities are abundant here, so it is up to the individual student to make it or not. The support is there. Ms. Traci Clark's office for disabilities is on top of the student's needs, and if a problem arises she will take care of that ASAP. Overall I highly recommend this place of higher education.