News Archive

First Day of Spring 17 Semester

Check out photos from the first day of the Spring 2017 semester. It was big smiles all around. Send us your snaps from your first week of Spring 2017 and we'll post them to SLCC's social media channels. 

 

Welcome Week Packed with Activities Across All Campuses

SLCC’s Student Government Association and the Office of Student Engagement are welcoming students to campus for the start of the Spring 17 semester with a flurry of activities at all campuses.

Here’s the schedule of events:

 

 

 

 

Notary Prep Class Starting Jan. 18

A class that prepares students for the Notary Public exam is starting soon at South Louisiana Community College. The Notary Public Exam Prep course is set for Jan. 18 through May 24.

The course uses the official state study guide to prepare students for the exam. Topics covered include preparation of incorporation, collateral mortgages (liens/privileges), acts, types of contracts, successions, tutorships, notarial wills, and interdictions.

This Week – Enrollment for Adult Education Programs Set in Abbeville, Crowley, and St. Martinville

South Louisiana Community College’s Adult Education Program is holding enrollment for new students on January 3 at the Gulf Area Campus in Abbeville, January 4 at the Evangeline campus in St. Martinville, and January 5 at the Acadian Campus in Crowley. All locations will begin registration at 8:45 a.m. Initial testing takes approximately four hours.

Students must arrive on time in order to register for the session; doors will be closed at 9 a.m. Classes will begin on January 9.

Fall 2016 Graduates

Nearly 600 students are Fall 2016 candidates for graduation from South Louisiana Community College.  Students will receive degrees during the Fall 2016 Graduation ceremony on Dec. 15.  

Students are from all of SLCC’s campuses. These include Abbeville, Crowley, Franklin, Lafayette, New Iberia, Opelousas, St. Martinville, and Ville Platte. The following are Fall 2016 candidates for graduation listed by campus and division.

Fall 2016 SLCC Adult Ed Graduates

South Louisiana Community College’s Fall 2016 graduating class for its Adult Education program will receive diplomas on Thursday, December 14 during a ceremony at the college’s Lafayette Campus. The event starts at 6 p.m.

Marcus Simmons, SLCC welding instructor at the college’s Crowley campus, will deliver the keynote address. SLCC Chancellor Dr. Natalie Harder will welcome guests.

Project Management Courses Now Offered, Starting in January

South Louisiana Community College’s Corporate College division is now offering two new Project Management courses.

The first course, Introduction to Project Management, introduces concepts and establishes a baseline for understanding project management terminology. Participants will learn how to apply project management to their work and create sustainable action plans for on-the-job application.

SLCC Students Nominated for Who's Who Recognition

Thirteen students from South Louisiana Community College have been nominated for Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Inclusion in the listing is based on several factors including: GPA (3.0), participation and leadership within school organizations and extracurricular activities, community involvement, and future leadership ability or potential.

Republic Services Donates ShopKey® Application to Diesel Program

As part of its ongoing partnership with community and technical colleges, Republic Services has sponsored a software training program for South Louisiana Community College’s Diesel Powered Equipment Technology program. The program is hosted at the college’s T.  H. Harris campus in Opelousas, LA.

SLCC Enrolling New Students for Adult Education

South Louisiana Community College’s Adult Education Program is holding enrollment for new students on January 3 at the Gulf Area Campus in Abbeville, January 4 at the Evangeline campus in St. Martinville, and January 5 at the Acadian Campus in Crowley. All locations will begin registration at 8:45 a.m. Initial testing takes approximately four hours.

Students must arrive on time in order to register for the session; doors will be closed at 9 a.m. Classes will begin on January 9.