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AHEC Students Get Glimpse of Nursing Department in Opelousas

Students from the Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Future Nurses toured the nursing department at our Opelousas campus Friday. The students attend Opelousas Senior High, Beau Chene High, and Eunice High Schools. AHEC provides continuing education and clinical experiences to students in rural areas and also to clinicians.

Court Funds Used to Invest in Local Workforce Development

OPELOUSAS ­– A St. Landry Parish judge and attorney are committed to building a strong healthcare workforce in their parish, thanks to a recent investment in South Louisiana Community College’s Opelousas campus. 

Judge James Doherty, with the support of attorney Patrick Morrow, recently awarded more than $80,000 in cy-pres funds to the SLCC Foundation in support of student scholarships in nursing and the potential expansion of the college’s Registered Nursing program at the T.H. Harris campus.

Concealed Carry, Notary, and PI Classes this Month

The Corporate College Division of South Louisiana Community College will be offering exam prep classes for private investigator and notary public along with a Louisiana Concealed Carry and Basic Pistol Safety course beginning July 21 at the Lafayette Campus.

Info Session for PN Program in Opelousas Set

South Louisiana Community College’s Practical Nursing program is hosting an informational session on Friday, July 7 at the college’s Opelousas campus. The event will start at 10 a.m.

Those in attendance will meet with Student Services staff and instructors to discuss the program and class requirements, learn how to apply for classes, and learn more about applying for financial assistance.

2+2 = Business Degree in New SLCC, UL Lafayette Partnership

South Louisiana Community College and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette are in business – in more ways than one.

Representatives from the two institutions signed an agreement Tuesday that will enable SLCC graduates to apply course credits they earned at the community college toward a bachelor’s degree from UL Lafayette’s B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration.

Study for a Career as a Machinist in Crowley

South Louisiana Community College will be holding an information session about its Machine Tool Technology program Wednesday, July 5 at 2 p.m. at the Crowley campus in room 109.

The program starts in August and takes one year to complete. After successfully completing the program, students earn a technical diploma and 45 credit hours.

Tuition Payment Plans Available for Fall Semester

SLCC partners with CASHNet to let you pay tuition and fees over time, making college more affordable.  The earlier you sign up for a payment plan, the smaller your payments can be.

Signing up for a payment plan is easy!  Just Login to LoLA and follow the instructions below.

Dr. Smith Accepts Interim Director Post

Lemoine Company Establishes First-Generation Endowment

The Lemoine Company is committed to making education attainable for at-risk populations in Acadiana, thanks to a recent investment in South Louisiana Community College. The general contracting and construction management firm recently invested $30,000 to support student scholarships through an endowment at SLCC.

Few Spots Left for FREE College Course in Morgan City

There’s still time to register for a free college course at the Young Memorial Technical Campus in Morgan City. Fifty Morgan City residents have the opportunity to take a three-credit college course free of charge, thanks to the Hugh and Byrnes Young Foundation’s Summer Scholars program.

Four general education courses will be available beginning June 6. These courses can be applied towards an associate degree and can also be transferred to a four-year university.