We needed better instructors ; there weren't many. Classes were cheap and that was good being that I was a young mother. Most of staff was not helpful in guiding us , many of us made our own schedules and changed degree programs like clockwork because we were not always properly advised. I was not advised properly until my second year when my professor noticed my frustration. I started doing my own research and that's how I got things done. After awhile I started helping others so much people thought I worked there. The funny thing is I could never get an on campus job or work study , but those who did couldn't tell you quat when you needed info. I think Delgado has some of the most incompetent people working for them that I ever seen. Most expressing filthy attitudes.