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SLCC, UL Partnership Provides Education to Staff

Every semester, up to 20 South Louisiana Community College employees and their dependents can invest in their education – at a discounted rate. Thanks to a partnership between SLCC and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, full-time employees and their dependents are able to further their education at a discount.

Study to be an LPN at our Crowley & Ville Platte Campuses in Spring

Want to study to become a licensed practical nurse? Two South Louisiana Community College campuses are accepting new students for the Spring 2017 semester.

SLCC’s Acadian Campus in Crowley and its C.B. Coreil Campus in Ville Platte are both enrolling new students for the Practical Nursing program.

Registration is open now and classes can be scheduled. To help with the admissions process, financial aid, and other requirements, each campus is hosting Information Sessions for new students.

Winter Intersession Begins Dec. 12

Give yourself the gift of education this holiday season. South Louisiana Community College will offer a Winter Intersession for online courses, beginning Monday, Dec. 12.

The following classes will be available during the four-week online session:

ARTS 1100      Survey of Arts

ENGL 2210      Women’s Literature

MATH 2020     Introductory Statistics

PSYC 2011       Introduction to Psychology II

SOCI 2020       Contemporary Social Problems

Adult Ed Programs Enrolling New Students

South Louisiana Community College’s Adult Education Program is holding enrollment for new students on October 10 beginning at 8:45 a.m. at the Gulf Area Campus in Abbeville, October 11 at 8:45 a.m. at the Evangeline campus in St. Martinville, and October 12 beginning at 8:45 a.m. at the Acadian Campus in Crowley. Students must arrive on time in order to register for the session; doors will be closed at 9 a.m. sharp. The actual classes will begin on October 17.

Meet SLCC Faculty & Staff at Open House Events in October

South Louisiana Community College will be opening the doors for new and returning students to register for Spring 2017 at each of its eight campuses in October.

Fall Open House events start Monday, Oct. 3 and run through Wednesday, Oct. 12. Potential students and their parents are invited to visit with faculty and staff and learn about majors offered, the admissions process, financial aid opportunities, and more.  

Grand Opening of New Evangeline Campus Sept. 28

College officials along with state and local dignitaries will officially open South Louisiana Community College’s new Evangeline Campus at 6305 Main Highway, St. Martinville on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The campus includes a 36,000 square foot building that will house all programming, unlike the former campus on Martin Luther King Drive. Classrooms and lab space for programs such as practical nursing and welding are included along with classrooms for general education courses. The Levert family in St.

SLCC Chancellor on AACC Executive Committee, Board of Directors

South Louisiana Community College Chancellor Dr. Natalie Harder is among 8 community college leaders selected from across the country to serve on the American Association of Community College’s 2016-2017 Executive Committee. In addition, she will lead the AACC’s Committee on Public Policy and Government Relations, serving as chair.

Early Bird Registration for SLCC 5K/1-mile Fun Run Open

Take advantage of Early Bird registration for South Louisiana Community College’s Striding for Scholarships 5K and 1-mile Fun Run to be held Saturday, Oct. 8. at 8 a.m.

Automotive Training to Return to C.B. Coreil Campus in Ville Platte

VILLE PLATTE – Automotive training for auto technicians and parts technicians is coming soon to South Louisiana Community College’s C.B. Coreil Campus. The non-credit program will be offered through SLCC’s Corporate College.

“We recognize the demand in Evangeline Parish for this type of training and we want to be responsive with short-term training,” said Jermaine Ford, Corporate College director. “This program will get people to work in jobs that are in demand in their hometown.”