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About Us

OUR HISTORY

On July 1, 2012, South Louisiana Community College (SLCC) merged with Acadiana Technical College (ATC), making it one of Louisiana’s largest, most comprehensive community colleges. Governor Bobby Jindal made the merger official when he signed it into law. Academic offerings today include technical diplomas, workforce training, high school dual enrollment and two-year degree programs that transfer to four-year universities.

SLCC, established in 1997, was created as a public, two-year institution of higher learning with campuses in Lafayette and New Iberia. Upon its inception, SLCC was a member of the University of Louisiana System. In 1999, it joined other community and technical colleges in the state as part of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System.

SLCC’s first chancellor was Dr. Ned Doffoney. He served from 1998 to 2002. Dr. Doris Chretien served as interim chancellor until Dr. Jan Brobst was hired as chancellor in 2002. Current Chancellor Dr. Natalie Harder assumed the responsibilities as the SLCC chancellor in 2011, filling the vacancy left by Dr. Brobst, who retired in 2010. Harder also served as interim director of ATC following the retirement of Dr. Phyllis Dupuis, a longtime ATC administrator and interim SLCC chancellor.

Louisiana’s present day Technical College System began in 1930. Funding for the first school was provided by local citizens in response to their desire to expand course offerings of the local school system to include training in automotive mechanics and woodworking. Louisiana’s technical college campuses serve more than 60,000 daytime, extension (evening), and industry students. Since 1999, Louisiana’s technical colleges have been governed by the Louisiana Community and Technical College System. LCTCS comes under the Louisiana Board of Regents for Higher Education.

The mission of the LCTCS is to improve the quality of life of the state’s citizens through educational programs offered through its colleges. LCTCS strives to increase the opportunities for Louisiana’s workforce to succeed through skills training programs. And, it works to provide citizens the opportunity to learn continuously. LCTCS is committed to teaching what is needed, when it is needed, and where it is needed within available resources.

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Our Vision

SLCC will excel in providing innovative educational solutions to empower learners. Know and know how at SLCC; a great place to work and learn.

Our Mission

South Louisiana Community College's mission is to transform and enrich the lives of individuals and communities. SLCC commits to providing skills and knowledge through a dynamic learning environment where students realize their potential, compete in today's global economy and perpetuate to solve the complex problems of tomorrow.

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Our Campuses

Acadia Parish

Acadian Campus

1933 W. Hutchinson Ave. 
Crowley, LA 70526
(337) 788-7521
acadian@solacc.edu
 

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Evangeline Parish

C.B. Coreil Campus

1124 Vocational Dr.
Ville Platte, LA 70586
(337) 363-2197
cbcoreil@solacc.edu
 

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Iberia Parish

New Iberia Campus

908 Ember Dr.
New Iberia, LA 70560
P: (337) 373-0185
newiberia@solacc.edu
 

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International School of Aviation Excellence 

1113 Vortex Dr.
New Iberia, LA 70560
Phone: (337) 373-0106
 

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Lafayette Parish

Lafayette Campus

1101 Bertrand Dr.
Lafayette, LA 70506
(337) 521-9000
admissions@solacc.edu
 

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St. Landry Parish

T.H. Harris Campus

332 East South St.
Opelousas, LA 70570
P: (337) 943-1518
thharris@solacc.edu
 

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St. Martin Parish

Evangeline Campus

6305 Main Highway
St. Martinville, LA 70582
(337) 394-2750
evangeline@solacc.edu
 

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St. Mary Parish

Franklin Campus

1013 Perret St.
Franklin, LA 70538
(337) 413-8146
franklin@solacc.edu
 

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Young Memorial Campus

900 Youngs Road
Morgan City, LA 70380
P: (985) 380-2957
youngmemorial@solacc.edu
 

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Terrebonne Parish

Maritime and Corporate Training Center

331 Dickson Road
Houma, LA 70363
(985) 385-7036
 

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Vermilion Parish

Gulf Area Campus

1115 Clover St.
Abbeville, LA 70510
P: (337) 893-4984
gulfarea@solacc.edu
 

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