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Human Resources

Faculty Awards

The Faculty Award program will incorporate a selection process designed to choose faculty members who most exemplify excellence in and out of the classroom.Awards will be earned in the categories of Distinguished Faculty Award of Excellence (full-time faculty only), Innovation in Teaching Award (full-time faculty only), Excellence in Teaching Awards (full-time faculty only and one from each division), and Outstanding Adjunct Award (adjunct faculty only).

Nominations are now being sought for these prestigious accolades. To be nominated, full time faculty members must have completed at least two years or 4 consecutive semesters of uninterrupted full time service with SLCC and adjunct faculty must have completed at least three full semesters to include Spring, Summer, and Fall (which may be non-consecutive semesters).  To nominate a fellow faculty member, please visit 2019 Faculty Excellence Awards Nomination Form. The deadline for all nominations is Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Nominees will receive an e-mail message informing them of their status by Friday, March 22, 2019. Nominees will have the opportunity to complete an online packet for submission to the Faculty Award Selection Committee by Friday, April 12, 2019. Award recipients will be announced during our Celebration of Excellence event in May.

In addition, faculty can also be nominated for several other awards. See below.

Rising Star Award (1 award Staff and 1 award Faculty)

Criteria: This award recognizes performance occurring between April 1 through March 31. The award is to recognize the contributions of a new faculty and staff member with two years or less of employment with SLCC. Those placing nominations for this award must be able to explain how the nominee does has demonstrated the following:

  • Demonstrate leadership abilities and contributions to quality improvement within their department
  • Goes beyond expectations by enhancing internal/external customer service experiences
  • Creative problem solver that changes physical or attitudinal barriers beyond the score of his or her job to improve service

Rising Star Nomination Form

Improving Our Workplace Award (1 Award all employees)

Criteria: This award recognizes performance occurring between April 1 through March 31.  The award is to recognize individuals or a team whose efforts demonstrate three of the following four components in striving towards goals set forth in our strategic plan and served as a positive change agent the resulted in improved work processes and increased efficiency. Those placing nominations must be able to explain how the nominee has demonstrated

  • Initiative
  • Innovation
  • Measurable results
  • Sustaining impact

Examples of nominated efforts: Cost-savings, customer service initiatives, development, preservation or dissemination of knowledge that enhanced the student or employee experience, process improvements, which affected students or employees positively or enhanced safety.

Improving Our Workplace Nomination Form

Chancellor’s Outstanding Award (1 award all employees)

Criteria: The award recognizes performance from April 1 – March 31. The award is to recognize an employee who made exemplary contributions that align with the SLCC’s strategic goals, mission and vision and embraces the “It Starts with Me” culture. Those that nominate must be able to explain how the nominee has demonstrated the following:

  • Leadership Development: Developing leadership skills in either staff or students that help them realize leadership is not dependent on a position but a collaboration with others around a shared vision and mission and acting upon it. Exhibits professional growth in their position.
  • Values: Helping staff or students develop an understanding of the College’s core values and using those values as a guide in decision-making. Employing skill, grace, balanced judgment.
  • Engagement: Engaging staff or students in and outside of the college to encourage them to take initiative and act effectively and ethically by making principled decisions and taking responsibility for them.

Chancellor's Award Nomination form

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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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Crowley, LA 70526
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New Iberia, LA 70560
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Opelousas, LA 70570
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St. Martinville, LA 70582
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Franklin, LA 70538
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Morgan City, LA 70380
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Houma, LA 70363
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Abbeville, LA 70510
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