News Archive

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.”

SLCC Receives $2.7M Grant to Create Center for Minority Excellence

LAFAYETTE – A $2.7 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education will establish a Center for Minority Excellence at South Louisiana Community College. The five-year grant aims to increase enrollment, retention, transfer, and college completion rates of African-American students.

Welcome Week Activities Under Way

We're welcoming students back on all campuses throughout the week with food, prizes, and fun! See the schedule for your campus here:

Fully Online Courses Added to Help Students Affected by Flood

South Louisiana Community College is offering fully online classes from Sept.. 8 to Dec. 10 to help students impacted by the historic flooding in Acadiana. Students can continue to work towards their degrees during recovery from the flooding. Classes include: 

• ENGL 1010 

• ENGL 1020 

• ENGL 2010 

• MATH 1105 

• SFSE 1002 

• SOCI 2010

All Campuses to be Open Friday

All South Louisiana Community College campuses will be open tomorrow, Friday, August 19. SLCC campuses include the Acadian Campus in Crowley, C.B. Coreil Campus in Ville Platte, Evangeline Campus in St. Martinville, Franklin Campus in Franklin, Gulf Area Campus in Abbeville, Lafayette Campus in Lafayette, New Iberia Campus in New Iberia, and T.H. Harris Campus in Opelousas.

 

Invest in YOURSELF: Adult Ed 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 8:45am 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 9:00 am sharp. The actual classes will begin on August 15th.

Tuition and Fees Alert

Tuition and Fees Alert!  In accordance with our published due date, you MAY be dropped for non-payment effective Monday, August 15, 2016 @ 1:00 PM if no payment method is established with the college (i.e. financial aid, payment plan, or payment in full).

Veteran Higher Ed Administrator Joins Team at SLCC as VC of Student Services

Dr. Vincent June, a veteran administrator in higher education, is the new Vice Chancellor of Student Services for South Louisiana Community College. He began his position last week at the Lafayette Campus.

“It is an honor to be selected as the new Vice Chancellor of Student Services for SLCC. These are exciting times for the college and I am looking forward to making significant contributions to its existing landscape,” said Dr. June.

Veterans Create Spent Brass Division Scholarship

Kris Love and Brandon Metcalf, founders of a non-profit organization benefitting military veterans, have teamed up to create the Spent Brass Division Scholarship for veterans, their spouses or children at South Louisiana Community College.

Love is a former SLCC student and Metcalf is currently studying business at the college. Both are former military with a combined service of about 15 years. And, both are committed to helping other veterans.

Teche Bank & Trust Invests in New Evangeline Campus in St. Martinville

ST. MARTINVILLE ­– Teche Bank & Trust Company is investing in local higher education in St. Martin Parish through a recent donation to the South Louisiana Community College Foundation. The community bank pledged $15,000 to support student scholarships, technology, and program equipment for SLCC’s new Evangeline Campus in St. Martinville.