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Delgado Community College
Facts at a Glance
 

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History
 
Student Body Characteristics (Fall 2012)
1921: Founded as Delgado Central Trades School
1980: Became Delgado Community College
 
Female:             12,074      66.7%   
Male:                     6,041      33.3%
 
Service Area
 
 
Serves students throughout a 10-parish region: Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany, St. Charles, St. Bernard, St. John, Plaquemines, Terrebonne, Lafourche and St. James.
 
Accreditation
Delgado Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, 404-679-4500) to award associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates.
 
Asian                                            599            2.9%
Native American                           55              .3%
Black Non-Hispanic               7,652         37.4%
Hawaiian-Pacific Islander             0               0%
Hispanic                                    1,469           7.2%
White Non-Hispanic                6,378         31.2%
Two or more Races                    385           1.9%
Non Resident Alien                       40             .2%
Did not indicate                        1,537           7.5%
 
Total Enrollment (Fall 2012): 12,074
                    Full-Time:                 7,913          44%
                    Part-Time               10,202          56%
 
Average Student Age: 27 
 
Percentage of Students Receiving
Financial Aid:  58.79% (Award Year 2012)
 
Library Holdings (FY 2012-2013)
 
Credit Enrollment by Student Residence
 (Fall 2012)
Books: 141,604 Titles / 170,965 Volumes
Print Microform: 340 Titles
eJournals: 74,828 Titles
Databases: 120 Database Titles
AV Materials: 2,233 Titles / 3,635 Volumes
eBooks: 54,705 Titles
E-Reference Sources/Services: 4
 
Orleans:                                   4,724
 Jefferson:                                5,507
 St. Tammany:                         2,454
 St. Charles:                                494
 St. Bernard:                                263
 St. John:                                      354
 Plaquemines:                            203
 Terrebonne:                                  83
 Lafourche:                                     92
 St. James:                                     52
 Other:                                        3,889
Personnel (2011-2012)
 
Credit Enrollment by Age (Fall 2012)
Administrators:  27
Full-Time Faculty: 513
Part-Time Faculty: 383
Staff: 467   (Administrators included)
Hourly Staff: 150
 
Less than 18:                     158                 1 %   
 18 – 19:                           2,504               14 %
 20 – 21:                           3,309               18 %
 22 – 24:                           3,317               18 %
 25 – 29:                           3,477               19 %
 30 – 34:                           2,091               12 %
 35 – 39:                           1,167                 6 %
 40 – 49:                           1,347                 7 %
 50 – 64:                              608                 4 %
 65 and over:                        65                  0 %
Faculty (2011-2012)
 
Degrees, Certificates and Diplomas
Full-Time Faculty
Master’s Degree: 305
Doctoral Degree:    32
 
 
 
 
 
AA:    133
AS:    497
AAS:  434
AGS: 189
Cert. Applied Science:    2      
Cert. of General Studies:   7
Cert. of Technical Studies:  210 
Post Associate Cert.:   18
Technical Diplomas:   112
Operating Budget (2012-2013)
 
Louisiana Community and Technical College
 System Board of Supervisors
Projected Revenues:
    State Funding:                      30,005,765
    Tuition / Fees:                       58,578,415
    Other Sources:                        1,100,000
    Federal funding-ARRA:                          0
 
Federal Grant Funding:            3,678,670
State Grant Funding:                 3,415,693
Federal Financial Aid:             45,705,343
(includes Pell, SEOG and CWS)
 
Other Sources:                           1,721,663
Foundation Support (FY12):       114,172
 
Dr. Joe May, System President
Michael Murphy, Chair
Woody Oge, First Vice Chair
Timothy W. Hardy, Second Vice Chair
Edwards Barham
Robert Brown
Helen Bridges Carter
Keith Gamble
Deni Grissette
Brett Mellington
Paul Price, Jr.
Stephen C. Smith
F. “Mike” Stone
Vincent St. Blanc III
Allen Scott Terrill
Stephen Toups
Jimmy Douglas
Adrianna Garcia
Tuition for Full-time Students (2012-2013)
 
Chancellor and Vice Chancellors
In State:                      $   1,185.60 per semester
Out-of-State:             $    2,863.20 per semester
 
Dr. Monty Sullivan, Chancellor
A.C. Egan, III, Vice Chancellor for Business and
Administrative Affairs
Deborah R. Lea, Vice Chancellor
Academic Affairs 
Campus/Sites
 
Campus/Sites
City Park Campus
615 City Park Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119-4399
(504) 483-4114
 
West Bank Campus
2600 General Meyer Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70114-3095
(504) 361-6643
 
Charity School of Nursing
450 S. Claiborne Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112-1310
(504) 571-1270
 
Delgado - Jefferson
5200 Blair Drive
Metairie, Louisiana 70001
(504) 671-6700
 
Northshore – Slidell
320 Howze Beach Road
I-10 Service Road
Slidell, Louisiana 70461
(985) 646-6420
 
Northshore – Covington
207 E. Lockwood St.
Covington, Louisiana 70433
(985) 893-6286
 
Maritime, Fire & Industrial Training Facility
13200 Old Gentilly Road
New Orleans, Louisiana 70129
(504) 483-4038
 
Delgado – West Jefferson
475 Manhattan Boulevard
Harvey, Louisiana 70058
(504) 671-6800