How do I withdraw from a Delgado class?
Students may officially drop a class or classes through the campus Registrar’s/Records Office or on the Delgado web site. To withdraw from the College, however, a student must withdraw in person at the campus locations listed in the “Academic Policies and Procedures” section of the College Catalog.
How do I contact Delgado?
- Office of Admissions. Phone: (504) 671-5012.
- Office of Financial Aid. Phone: 1-855-215-8247.
- Office of Registrar. Phone: (504) 671-5022.
- Office of Bursar. Phone: (504) 671-5616.
- Human Resources. Phone: (504) 762-3003.
- Campus Police. Emergency: (504) 671-6111.
- Communications and Marketing.
- Institutional Advancement.
What does authorized financial aid mean?
Authorized: If financial aid is in authorized status, it means that this financial aid is ready to be applied to your account but the disbursement date has not yet been reached. This status most commonly applies when Federal or state regulations prohibit delivery more than ten days before the beginning of the semester.
What is tuition adjustment?
Tuition/Fee Adjustment Appeals. Tuition Appeals are for students who are requesting a refund, credit, or balance waiver of their tuition and/or fees due to extenuating circumstances that occurred during a given term.
How do I check my final grades on Delgado?
- Log into LoLA (Delgado’s online student portal)
- Select Student (Upper left hand corner)
- Select View Grades (Located in Academic Links Block)
- Select Term/Semester.
- Note: if grade column is empty: indicates the grade(s) are not available for view at this time.
Why is my financial aid balance negative?
A negative balance indicates that your bill was overpaid and that you may be eligible for a refund. You may only receive your refund after the semester starts and your anticipated credits are disbursed to your student account.
How long does it take for pending financial aid to go through?
The award information is posted as “pending” until Financial Aid verifies your actual enrollment for the semester, which occurs approximately 2-3 weeks after the census date for the sessions that you are enrolled.