South Louisiana Community College

South Louisiana Community College (SLCC) was created by Act 1369 of the 1997 Louisiana regular legislative session. The College was established as a comprehensive, multi campus public two-year institution of higher education and was designated to serve the Acadiana region comprised of the eight civil parishes of Acadia, Evangeline, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, and Vermilion. Operations of the college were launched February 1, 1998, and it offered coursework to 31 students at its New Iberia location beginning in May 1998. Classes were offered in Lafayette beginning in January 1999 and in Franklin during the Fall 1999 semester.

Available Programs

  • Heavy Equipment Operator¬†
  • Industrial/Agriculture Mechanics Technology
  • Industrial Electronics Technology
  • Industrial Marine Electronics¬†Technology
  • Industrial Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Louisiana Transfer
  • Associate of Arts
  • Humanities Concentration
  • Social Sciences Concentration
  • Associate of Science
  • Biology Concentration
  • Physical Science Concentration
  • Manufacturing Technology¬†

South Louisiana Community College Locations

  • Lafayette, LA