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Scaffolding Program Coming Soon with Job Placement Opportunities

South Louisiana Community College will soon be offering a two-week scaffolding program with job placement opportunities. 

SLCC joined forces with the Industrial Scaffolding Committee, a group of operational and executive leaders from the largest industrial scaffolding contractors in North America, to develop a short-term training pathway for aspiring scaffold builders to meet local industry needs.  

AcadianaOpportunity.com Connects Workers with Jobs and Local Resources

Community partners from Lake Charles to Lafayette are working together to address workforce needs in south Louisiana following job reductions by energy, construction and manufacturing companies in the region. The latest effort in that collaboration is AcadianaOpportunity.com.

SLCC Offers On-Boarding Sessions for CDL and Scaffolding

South Louisiana Community College will offer informational sessions about its new scaffolding certification and commercial driver’s license programs this month. 

Monday, April 11:  Scaffolding program, Lafayette Campus (Ardoin Building, Room 100), 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Tuesday, April 19:  CDL program, Lafayette Campus (Ardoin Building, Room 100), 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Wednesday, April 20:  CDL and Scaffolding programs, Lafayette Workforce Development Board office (706 E. Vermilion St.), 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Register NOW for Kids in College Summer Camps in June

South Louisiana Community College’s annual Kids in College Summer Camps will offer middle school and high school students a chance to be detectives, life-savers, chefs, video-game makers, rollercoaster designers, and much more.

Few More Seats for Welding in Ville Platte this Fall

VILLE PLATTE – Registration for the Fall 2016 semester is open at SLCC’s C.B. Coreil Campus and a few spots remain in one of its most popular programs – Welding. Students are encouraged to register for Fall now to secure the classes and class times they want.

Tuition Payment Plans Available for Fall

Make tuition easier to pay with a payment plan. Several options – including 3-payments and 2-payments – are available. Set up the plan that works for you using your LOLA account. Contact Student Accounts for more information at (337) 521-8904.

A/C Refrigeration Class Starting Next Week

LAFAYETTE ­– Learn to make repairs for your air conditioning and refrigeration systems in a class starting next week at South Louisiana Community College’s Lafayette Campus.

The Continuing Education division will be offering an Intro to A/C Refrigeration course from April 4 to June 20.

Classes will be held from 5 – 8 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays. Course instructor is Wilbert Anthony.

Johnston Street Java Owner Supports SLCC

Peter Martin, owner of Johnston Street Java in Lafayette, developed a relationship with SLCC almost a decade ago, through his belief in the value of Acadiana’s community college.

Moncus Family Foundation Establishes Oil & Gas Endowment

The James Devin Moncus Family Foundation is investing in oil and gas education at South Louisiana Community College through the establishment of a $60,000 endowed professorship in honor of its founder and longtime oil and gas executive, James Moncus.

For more than 40 years, Moncus served as an oil and gas businessman in Acadiana and is the founder of Devin International. Moncus established the James Devin Moncus Family Foundation after he sold Devin International in 2008. 

Info to Use – FAQs for RN Program

What are the qualifications for our Registered Nursing program? How often is a new cohort admitted? 

We've compiled a list of frequently asked questions we think you'll find helpful. It also includes a curriculum plan that maps out necessary classes to graduate with an Associate of Science in Nursing degree.