Name: South Louisiana Community College
President: Natalie Harder
City: Lafayette (main campus)
Campus Setting: Eight campuses in eight suburban and rural parishes
Year Established: 1997 (merged with Acadiana Technical College in 2012)
Governing Board Website
2013 Fall Credit Enrollment
Part Time: 48% (3,577)
Full Time: 52% (3,823)
African American: 35.0%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 1.8%
Native American: 0.5%
W. Clinton Rasberry Jr.
Quote from the Chancellor
"South Louisiana Community College’s (SLCC) vision is to be the educator of choice in the United States. The college seeks to improve the quality of life of our citizens through educational program offerings. We strive to increase the opportunity of Louisiana’s workforce to succeed through skills training programs, and we work to provide our citizens with the opportunity to learn continuously. We are committed to teaching what is needed, when it is needed, and where it is needed within available resources."
- SLCC is the only college in Louisiana to offer associate degrees in midwifery, and technical diplomas in non-destructive testing.
- The college is 11th in the nation for awarding two-year certificates.
- SLCC is among the top 100 schools in the nation issuing one-year certificates leading to employment.
- The college is among the top 10 for campus safety in Louisiana as designated by stateuniversity.com.