Jefferson Site Academic Advising Checklist

Before your academic advising appointment

  • Think about your educational and career goals. These may change later on but it will be the first step on the RIGHT Path!
  • Apply to Delgado Community College
  • Submit the following documents to the Office of Admissions:
    • Wavier form or proof of immunization
    • Proof of selective service registration (only for males between 18-25).
  • If applicable, schedule to take your placement test
  • Set up your LoLA log in
  • If applicable, apply for financial aid. (Delgado Community College code is 004626)
  • Meet with your academic advisors, Ms. Monecia Moody. Ms. Moody is located at the Jefferson site, Bldg. A, Room A19. Her email address is mmoody@dcc.edu.

Information to bring with you to academic advising appointment

  • Your LoLA ID Number: This number can be found in your LoLA account under the student home tab.
  • Your Picture ID
  • If applicable, copies of your placement test scores.
  • If you have previously attended college, please bring copies of your unofficial transcripts and course descriptions.
  • If you are planning to transfer, please come prepared to share:
    • Where you wish to transfer
    • When you plan to transfer
    • What program you are planning to study at your future institution
  • Bring a list of any questions that you may want to ask your academic advisor.

Expectations for your academic advising appointment

  • Together, you and your academic advisor will review any unofficial transcripts and test scores for course placement.
  • Your academic advisor will conduct an unofficial degree audit.
  • Together you and your academic advisor will create a plan of what courses you should take over the next four semesters. This is also known as a 4 point plan or a sequence sheet.
  • You will discuss your academic and career goals with your advisor and how to achieve your goals by following your academic path at Delgado Community College.
  • Your academic advisor will address any questions you may have.

After your academic advising appointment