The mission of the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program at Louisiana Delta Community College is to deliver an efficient and effective course of study that trains graduates that are experts and competent enough to act in the capacity of associate degree nurses. Upon graduation, graduates will be fully armed to take the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX – RN).
The Associate of Nursing (ASN) program is organized for prospective nurses to have the attitudes, knowledge, and skills, needed for continuous advancement in caregiving, quality, and safe healthcare. The syllabus is systematically structured with the steps adequate of the nursing process by ensuring unique need-based priorities are recognized.
About the school
Delta Community College is public community college with eight campuses all over northeast Louisiana. The college has its main campus in Monroe and provides quality training that leads to a two-year degree (such as forensic science or registered nursing), a technical certification (carpentry or welding).
It also allows students to earn high school equivalent diploma via the HiSET program. The college equally offers associate degrees transferable to any Louisiana state college. It offers so many great options such as dual enrollment courses that help high school students to acquire college credit.
At Delta, student-centered learning atmosphere is top priority so students can flourish. With campuses sited throughout northeast Louisiana, attending classes close to homes is made possible.
The total tuition and fees for residents is around $12,477,12 and $22,835.76 for non-residents.
High School Transcripts – For graduates of accredited Louisiana High Schools after January 1, 2003, most transcripts will be retrieved electronically from the Louisiana Board of Regents. Enrollment Services will need Official hard-copy transcripts for all applicants for whom we cannot retrieve electronic transcripts – and this may include some students who graduated from Louisiana High School graduates after January 1, 2003.
Please refer to the College Catalog section on High School Graduation Criteria for Admissions for further discussion on what constitutes admissible high school credentials.
College Transcripts – Delta may admit provisionally and allow one semester of enrollment on unofficial transcripts; however, the College must receive Official Transcripts for complete admission of all Transfer students and Returning students with transfer credit.
Transcript requests must be filed with those institutions by the students themselves. Most postsecondary institutions will be able to send transcripts to Delta electronically through the eScrip-Safe system; however, those schools that do not participate in the eScrip-Safe network will have to mail Official transcripts to the College.
Any applicant may be admissible to Associate-level credentials and Financial Aid eligible by meeting the following requirements as outlined by the Louisiana Board of Regents:
- Submission of an original high school transcript signed by the supervisor of the curriculum
- Successful completion of at least 17 of the 19 courses in the Board of Regents Core 4 curriculum with a 2.0 core GPA or better
- Cumulative high school GPA of 2.35 or better.
- Minimum ACT scores of 18 for English, 19 for Math, and 21 for Composite
Louisiana Delta Community College
7500 Millhaven Rd.
Monroe, LA 71203
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