Students wanting to enroll in classes to develop the skills needed to get a high-paying, in-demand job have until August 19 to register for the fall semester that starts August 15 at Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC).
“We had a fantastic spring semester, and then this summer, for the second consecutive year, we had CLTCC students earn medals at the national SkillsUSA competition. We can’t wait to see our new and returning students and the exciting things they will accomplish this Fall,” said CLTCC Chancellor Dr. Jimmy Sawtelle.
Sawtelle noted financial aid is still available for students enrolling for Fall classes and there is no increase in tuition or fees for the 2022-2023 school year. “We are extremely sensitive to the financial challenges currently impacting Central Louisiana,” he said. “The Louisiana Community & Technical College System and CLTCC are doing everything we can to ensure students have access to an affordable education, and our advisors will work to get students all of the financial support available to them.” Also, with CLTCC’s open textbook plan, many students are able to complete their General Education classes without textbook expense, further reducing the cost of getting a workforce certificate or degree.
Thanks to innovative partnerships with LSU of Alexandria, Louisiana Christian University, and Louisiana’s public colleges and universities, General Education hours earned at CLTCC are transferrable for students interested in pursuing Bachelor’s degrees or higher. CLTCC graduates in associate degree and certificate programs, such as Business, Applied Sciences, Practical Nursing and Business, can also typically transfer the hours completed at CLTCC for credit toward more advanced degrees at Cenla universities and many four year colleges and universities across Louisiana.
For information about enrollment visit www.CLTCC.edu/apply
Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) is a two-year technical and community college offering associate degrees, technical diplomas, industry certificates, and customized training in more than 20 disciplines to support local workforce development and prepare students for high-demand and high-wage careers. CLTCC serves 7 parishes in Central Louisiana through its eight campuses and provides instruction in one state prison and one federal correctional institution. For more information, visit http://www.cltcc.edu.