South Louisiana Community College
Begin your educational journey with
South Louisiana Community College. Find whatâ€™s right for you among our many program offerings at one of our eight campuses across Acadiana. Our small-campus environments are friendly, affordable, and close to where you live and work.
Know the Mission At SLCC, we know our students by name. You will receive the right amount of attention and support needed to propel you to education and career success. Know the
Place With campuses in eight Acadiana parishes, SLCC is close to home. Spend less time commuting and more time learning. We will encourage, challenge, and support you at each step as you pursue your educational, professional, and personal goals. Know the
People Friendly faces are all around you. SLCC faculty members and staff are like an extended family for students - always ready to listen, to give advice, and to offer support. From classrooms to offices and common areas, this collegial attitude creates a community and positive learning environment at each of our campuses. Know the Flexibility We realize that todayâ€™s students must juggle multiple demands on their schedules. We provide daytime, evening, online, and video-conferencing courses to enable you to complete an education - sometimes in as little as 12 months - while maintaining other responsibilities.
Know the Mission
You will find that SLCC is a college where innovation is an expectation and care is commonplace. SLCC remains true to its mission to be a proactive provider of excellent education and training for residents of South Louisiana. It serves students throughout an eight-parish area. Whether academic or technical programs are your goal, you will find that SLCC is easily accessible and a source of valuable educational services in Acadiana.
Technical Technical education prepares you for a specialized trade. These specializations provide hands-on experience, which can be translated into gainful employment in today’s competitive job market. With instructors who have “real world” experience, as an SLCC student you are able to acquire knowledge and skills that keep you on the forefront of your industry.
Academic With an Associate’s Degree from SLCC, you will be prepared to transfer to a four-year institution or proceed directly into a career following graduation. The flexibility of our classes is designed to accommodate the needs of first-time freshmen, students with families, and working professionals. Because of the Associate Degree’s short time of completion and affordability, students can see a quick return on their investment. Regardless of your ultimate educational goal, you can begin by earning a degree at South Louisiana Community College. Our academic reputation and accreditation ensure that credits earned here are fully eligible for transfer to the four-year institution of your choice.
Know the Place
With campuses in every Acadiana parish, you can get an education right in your hometown, saving you time and money. With locations in Abbeville, Crowley, Franklin, Lafayette, New Iberia, Opelousas, St. Martinville, and Ville Platte, you can live, work, and attend college right in your community.
1301 Clover Street
1933 West Hutchinson
Abbeville, LA 70510
Crowley, LA 70526
320 Devalcourt Street
609 Ember Drive
1013 Perret Street
1101 Bertrand Drive
908 Ember Drive
Franklin, LA 70538
Lafayette, LA 70506
New Iberia, LA 70562
C. B. COREIL
T. H. HARRIS
1124 Vocational Drive, Ward 1
600 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
332 East South Street
Ville Platte, LA 70586
St. Martinville, LA 70582
Opelousas, LA 70570
8 LOCATIONS CAMPUSES IN
ABBEVILLE, CROWLEY, FRANKLIN, LAFAYETTE, NEW IBERIA, OPELOUSAS, ST. MARTINVILLE, AND VILLE PLATTE
T. H. Harris campus C. B. Coreil campus
Evangeline campus VILLE PLATTE OPELOUSAS
LAFAYETTE ST. MARTINVILLE
NEW IBERIA FRANKLIN
Gulf Area campus Teche campus
Know the People
The faculty at South Louisiana Community College is committed to educational excellence. Critical thinking and communication skills are emphasized in all
programs and our learning environment is hands-on. You will be engaged in the classroom and encouraged to connect with the world beyond our walls. Our students, faculty, and staff are as diverse as our educational offerings. One of the distinct advantages of attending community college is the opportunity to build relationships with faculty members and create lifelong friendships with other students.
“SLCC makes me feel like I’m making the most of my time. Students are so focused and are having fun while doing it.” - Thaddaeus Tieuel, Drafting student
“I liked how everything was smaller, which allows teachers and staff to pay more attention to each student individually.” - Matthew Whitehurst, Industrial Technology student
Know the Flexibility
Your hectic schedule and educational goals are important at South Louisiana
Community College. That’s why we offer learning options that fit your needs rather than expecting you to fit in.
Flexible Scheduling We
know our students have multiple responsibilities. That’s why we provide courses convenient to your schedule.
Increased Earnings At SLCC,
our students have heads that “know” and hands that “know how” to lead the way to a richer tomorrow. Build your tomorrow by starting your education with us today.
Gateway to Universities Are you planning
to earn a baccalaureate degree? Spend the first two years of your education with us then transfer your credits to a four-year institution. It’s more affordable.
Workforce Ready Begin a new career path or enhance your skill set with us. Our career-oriented programs will prepare you for a career, for advancement, and for expanding your horizons.
Dual Enrollment SLCC offers several opportunities for high school students to earn
college credit prior to their high school graduation. Get a jumpstart on your studies and career. Check with your high school counselor to find out if your school participates in SLCC’s Dual Enrollment Program.
Diesel Powered Equipment Technology
Digital Media Design
Emergency Medical Services Education
Drafting & Design Technology
(Paramedic) Emergency Medical Services Education (Basic)
Electrician Industrial/Agriculture Mechanics Technology Industrial Electronics Technology
Machine Tool Technology
Non-destructive Testing Technology
Teaching (Grades 1-5)
Patient Care Technician Phlebotomy
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Alternative Energy & Chemical Process Technology
Automotive Technology Aviation Maintenance Technology Business Office Administration Business Office Technology Civil, Surveying & Mapping Technology Clinical Laboratory Technician Computer Electronics Technology Cosmetology Culinary Arts & Occupations
Apply to SLCC
New Freshman Application Requirements 1. 2.
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Complete and submit admissions application. Submit official transcripts (high school and/or college). • If student is currently attending a Louisiana high school or has graduated from a Louisiana high school within the last 10 years and hasn’t earned any college credit, they will not need to complete this step. • If student has graduated from a Louisiana high school over 10 years ago or from an out-of-state high school, they will need to request an official transcript be sent to SLCC. • If student has earned a GED, they will need to request an official GED transcript. Submit official standardized test scores. • We accept ACT, SAT, or COMPASS exam scores • Unofficial score reports will not be accepted Submit immunization records. Once the above items have been received and processed into the student’s file, the student may schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor.
Returning Student Application Requirements 1.
If student has attended SLCC in the past but has missed a major semester (Fall or Spring), they will need to complete a new admissions application. If student has earned any college credit since last attending SLCC, they will need to request an official transcript of those credits be sent to SLCC Admissions Office. Once the above items have been received and processed into the student’s file, the student may schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor.
International Student Application Requirements 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Complete and submit admissions application. Submit official transcript for any previous high school or college coursework. Submit certified, English language, translation of any transcript submitted. Submit official TOEFL or IELTS score report. Submit copy of passport. Submit copy of Visa (if applicable). Submit copy of any previous I-20 (if applicable). Submit I-20 Transfer Form from past schools (if applicable). Submit immunization records. Once the above items have been received and processed into the student’s file, the student may schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor.
Paying for School
We make it affordable for you to come to college. South Louisiana Community College is one of the most affordable colleges in the state, and there are several financial options for our new and continuing students.
1. Federal Financial Aid (PELL Grant)
Prospective and current students are encouraged to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for financial aid at SLCC. The FAFSA becomes available each January 1 for the upcoming academic year and should be completed as soon as possible to qualify for the maximum aid available. SLCC’s school code for the FAFSA is 039563. Additional information is available at www.solacc.edu/financial-aid. Apply today!
Financial Aid Office 1101 Bertrand Drive Lafayette, LA 70506
Phone: (337) 521-9000 Fax: (337) 521-8992
Office hours: Monday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
2. Convenient Payment Plans
Students can split tuition into manageable payments through SLCC’s Student Accounts Office. Options range from 2-payment plans to 4-payment plans each semester. Students are encouraged to sign up early for payment plans prior to each semester to have access to the full variety of plans.
Student Accounts Office 1101 Bertrand Drive Lafayette, LA 70506
Phone: (337) 521-8904 Fax: (337) 262-2102
Office hours: Monday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SLCC has traditionally awarded more than $50,000 each year in student scholarships. Through the generosity of individuals and businesses across Acadiana, dozens of students get some or all of their tuition, fees, and books paid during their college journeys at South Louisiana Community College. Scholarships are open for applications around April of each year for the upcoming academic year.
Scholarship Office 1101 Bertrand Drive Lafayette, LA 70506
Phone: (337) 521-9026 Fax: (337) 262-5122
Office hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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