Students can enroll in Minisession through Feb. 14, Second Start through March 13.
Today’s college students have different lifestyles, different schedules and different priorities. Some want to move through their educational experience as rapidly as possible, while others need a bit more time. Flexible schedules are necessary for many students who hold jobs or have family responsibilities—or both. Recognizing this, Delgado Community College offers continuing students and new or returning students several options in addition to traditional semester and summer session classes
Spring Semester classes have been underway since mid-January, so the time has passed to enroll and register for those. However, there is still time to enroll and register for Minisession and Second Start Classes this spring. These compressed classes offer full credit, the same as regular classes. And students who qualify and meet the deadlines may be able to receive financial assistance.
Minisession provides 12-week classes beginning Feb. 13 and ending May 1. Classes are taught during daytime hours at the City Park and West Bank campuses. There are 16 classes on the Spring 2017 Minisession schedule.
Second Start provides 8-week classes beginning March 13 and ending May 1. Classes are taught during daytime, evening and weekend hours at the City Park Campus, and during daytime at the West Bank Campus—a total of 29 classes. Additionally, more than 50 online classes are offered for Second Start.
To learn more, find answers to questions and see the list of Minisession and Second Start classes offered this spring, visit http://www.dcc.edu/second-start/. Or call 504-671-5012 for information and assistance.
Delgado, the largest and oldest community college in Louisiana, offers instruction online and at seven locations around the New Orleans region: Delgado City Park Campus, Delgado West Bank Campus, Delgado Charity School of Nursing, Delgado Sidney Collier, and the Delgado Maritime and Industrial Training Center (all in New Orleans); Delgado Jefferson (Metairie); and the Jefferson Business and Career Solutions Center (Gretna).