Fast Facts About Delgado
Founded in 1921, Delgado is Greater New Orleans’ largest higher education institution
and Louisiana’s oldest and largest community college. Accredited by the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and by industry organizations, Delgado provides students
with the most comprehensive array of education and training services available in
the Greater New Orleans region.
Delgado has transfer articulation agreements with most of the state’s four-year colleges and universities that allow students wishing to pursue higher degrees to easily transfer credits into baccalaureate programs.
The college has thirty-four (34) Associate degree programs, four (4) Technical Diploma programs, and sixty-one (61) Certificate programs; and more than 100 non-credit courses enable Delgado to meet the needs of every type of student, regardless of entry point, educational goal, or career aspiration.
Some of the college’s largest programs include nursing, general studies and general science, business and management, accounting, radiologic technology, English as a second language, criminal justice, computer information technology, culinary arts, teaching grades 1-5, HVAC, automotive, welding, and electrician.
Delgado locations include the City Park Campus, West Bank Campus, Charity School of Nursing, Jefferson Site, Sidney Collier Site, River City Site and the Maritime Industrial Training Center. Delgado is also a workforce development partner in the Jefferson Business and Career Solutions Center in Gretna.
Spring 2014: 17,138
Fall 2014: 17,138
Spring 2015: 16,624
Fall 2015: 16,520
Spring 2016: 15,975
Fall 2016: 15,455
Spring 2017: 14,331
Fall 2017: 14,240
Spring 2018: 13,596
Fall 2018: 14,258
Spring 2019: 13,576
About 15,000 students are enrolled in courses designed for workforce development and continuing education.
24 and under: 48%
25 and over: 52%
Average age: 27