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Scholarship Applications for Spring 2018 are Open

We understand that paying for college can be difficult. That’s why we offer thousands of dollars in student scholarships every year.

Students are encouraged to apply for Spring 2018 scholarships. Deadline to apply is November 10. 

Eight Great Reason to Apply for SLCC Scholarships

Priority Registration Open for Spring 18

Priority registration for current students opened today for Spring 2018 classes. Log onto your LOLA account to schedule your classes for next semester and keep on track to graduation. Priority registration continues until October 13. 

Open registration begins October 14 for all students. 

Practical Nursing Students in Ville Platte Get Hands-On Training

Practical Nursing students from South Louisiana Community College's C.B. Coreil Campus in Ville Platte received hands-on training today. The campus partnered with Savoy Medical Center in Mamou so that PN students could help administer the flu shot to residents of Evangeline Parish. 

Ville Platte Practical Nursing students administer flu shots in Evangeline Parish.

8-Week Session Starting October 10

There's still time to study with us this Fall semester. A new 8-week session is starting October 10. Available courses include:

Give the Gift of Life – Blood Drives Planned at SLCC Campuses

South Louisiana Community College and United Blood Services are teaming up for a series of blood drives across Acadiana. Eight drives are planned in the coming weeks.  

All donors will receive a heroes themed tshirt. The schedule is:  

Run to Win on Oct. 7 with SLCC's Striding for Scholarships 5K

South Louisiana Community College is offering current SLCC students the chance to win a Finish Line Scholarship on Saturday, Oct. 7 at the conclusion of the college’s Striding for Scholarships 5K and 1-mile Fun Run.

“This really is an ‘enter to win’ opportunity for a current student to win an SLCC scholarship to help defray the cost of college expenses. There is no application process or essay required,” said Lana Fontenot, executive director of the SLCC Foundation.

Corporate College Offers Intro to Project Management Course

The Corporate College division of South Louisiana Community College will be offering a 10-week project management course beginning Thursday, Sept. 21.

SLCC Sees Increase in New Students for Fall 2017

More new students are attending South Louisiana Community College this fall. That’s according to enrollment numbers recently released by the college. The college calculated an 11 percent increase in new students over Fall 2016. This equates to 2,757 new students.

Adult Education Program Expanding Services to Ville Platte

VILLE PLATTE – Citizens in Evangeline Parish who want to earn their high school equivalency diploma will be able to do so close to home. South Louisiana Community College is expanding its Adult Education Program to its C.B. Coreil Campus in Ville Platte.

Registration for the first class is set for 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 11 with classes starting the following week on Monday, Sept. 18. The campus is located at 1124 Vocational Drive in Ville Platte.

SLCC Announces Fall 2017 Scholarship Recipients

More than $30,000 in scholarships was awarded to students at South Louisiana Community College for the current Fall semester.

Through the generosity of companies and individuals in Acadiana, these students will have a portion or nearly all of their education for the Fall semester paid. Recipients include a diverse mix of majors at SLCC, from registered nursing and clinical lab technician to business and industrial technology. The students also attend a wide variety of SLCC’s ten campuses/instructional sites.

Scholarships and recipients include: