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Welcome to South Louisiana Community College.
Whether you’re interested in workforce training or preparing for your associate’s degree (or beyond), you’ve got a home at SLCC. We have campuses across Acadiana that have close-knit communities that encourage, challenge, and support you on your way to achieving your educational, professional and personal goals.
Our faculty members and staff are like an extended family, meaning you will receive the right amount of attention and support needed for your education and career success. Plus, with plenty of opportunities to get involved, you will make new friends — and new memories — as you prepare for a future of success.
Each program offered by SLCC was designed with your future in mind. Prepare for the workforce, polish your skills or earn college credits across areas of study including business, healthcare, education, industrial technology, and much more. Most of SLCC’s programs prepare students for the next step in their career in two years or less. Graduates are prepared to walk straight into the workforce or transfer earned credits to any four-year university in the country.
Our communities also look to SLCC when recruiting top talent. We give our students the skills they need to thrive, and then we teach them the techniques that assure businesses they’d be a perfect fit.
Explore our website to learn more about fulfilling your dreams for success. We’re glad you’re here.
Dr. Vincent June
SLCC Vice Chancellors
These administrators serve on the college's Executive Team along with the chancellor.
Bryan Glatter, CPA, CGMA serves as South Louisiana Community College’s Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance. Glatter has worked in higher education for over fourteen years providing departmental guidance for accounting, budgeting, human resources, payroll, information technology, property control, and facilities management. As a first generation college graduate, he is an advocate for changing lives through education.
Glatter’s primary work goal is to maintain college financial stability while providing the best possible learning and work environments. He has been instrumental in design and oversight of multiple campus renovation projects, SLCC’S Health and Sciences building, as well as the main campus building for Fletcher Technical Community College.
Prior to serving in higher education, Glatter worked in public accounting and the Louisiana Office of the Legislative Auditor where he performed financial and compliance audits for state agencies and higher education. Glatter is a graduate of Nicholls State University, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). He is active in the Southern Association of College and University Business Officers (SACUBO) where he is a member of the Community College Constituent Committee addressing higher education professional development. Glatter has also served on the Community Colleges Council for the National Association of College and University Business Officers where he remains a member.
The Academic and Student Affairs team is dedicated to creating a welcoming and supportive teaching and learning environment for all students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs is dedicated to developing and strengthening innovative solutions with partners that strengthen economic development and opportunities for students within the Acadiana Region and around the State of Louisiana.
Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Crystal Lee, brings more than 25 years of higher education experience and leadership experience to serving the mission of the SLCC and the Louisiana Community and Technical College System.
Dr. Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Library and Information Science, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership & Research from Louisiana State University. Most importantly, Dr. Lee is a dedicated, energetic, and passionate advocate for student success and is a strong leader for positive transformational change.
SLCC created its Workforce and Economic Development division in 2015 to offer continuing education courses, leisure learning programs, and customized training for businesses across its eight-parish footprint in Acadiana. Its focus is providing short-term training programs to prepare residents to meet the demands of area businesses.
Vice President of Workforce and Economic Development, Steven Mathews, brings more than 18 years of curriculum and workforce development know-how and leadership experience to serving the mission of the SLCC and the Louisiana Community and Technical College System.
Steven obtained his bachelor's degree in Professional Occupational Education and master's degree in Adult Education (with a focus in Career & Technical Education) from Eastern New Mexico University after successfully completing his own technical/community college journey. Steven is self-motivated and progress driven and possesses a long-standing record of initiative and innovation.
Lana Fontenot, MBA, CFRE is the Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement for South Louisiana Community College and the Executive Director of the SLCC Foundation.
In these positions, she provides leadership, strategy, and direction in all areas of advancement for the college, including fundraising, municipal relations, grant-writing, communications, and marketing.
In the past five years, the Foundation has experienced extraordinary growth and momentum under her leadership. Scholarship giving has reached unprecedented levels, the Foundation has raised more than $2 million for our planned Health & Sciences building, and Lana has led an internal effort within the College that increased employee giving from 1.8% to more than 65%. Additionally, SLCC’s endowment portfolio has grown more than 900%, and total assets have quintupled.
She received her bachelor’s in communication at UL Lafayette, and she also received her Master’s in Business Administration from UL in May 2014. She earned her designation as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) in September 2019.
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