4311 South MacArthur Drive, Alexandria, LA 71302
- The Alexandria Campus was established in 1965. It serves as the main campus and administrative headquar-ters for CLTCC. It is the college’s largest campus with eight buildings on more than 19 acres of land. It is easily accessible by the Alexandria Bus Transit System. The Alexandria Main Campus offers career and technical ed-ucation programs, general education courses, dual enrollment for high school students, adult basic education and workforce development training.
- Career and technical education programs at the Alexandria Campus include AC & Refrigeration, Business Office Administration, Collision Repair Technology, Computer Technology, Drafting & Design Technology, Electrical Technology, Industrial Manufacturing Technology, Patient Care Technician (EKG, Phlebotomy, Nurse Assistant), Practical Nursing and Welding Technology. Business Office Administration, Carpentry, and Outdoor Power Technology also are taught at the Pollock Federal Prison under the umbrella of the Alexandria Campus.
- In 2018, the Alexandria Campus will be re-located to downtown Alexandria at the corner of Jackson Street and 5th Street (across from Emmanuel Baptist Church). The new campus will be between 50,000-60,000 square feet. The project is possible due to ACT 360 passed by the Louisiana Legislature in 2013 to modernize and ex-pand many of the facilities at technical and community colleges. A total of 29 projects statewide in the amount of $251.6 million are under way or in progress thanks to ACT 360. The legislature authorized $19 million in state funds and required a local match of 12 percent to build the new campus. The City of Alexandria agreed to pro-vide the match making the total investment $21.5 million.
- The Alexandria Campus offers group tours as well individual tours. For a tour of the campus, call 318-487-5443. You also may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Alexandria Campus hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters. During the summer, the campus operates on a four-day work-week schedule. Faculty and staff work four 10-hour days, Monday - Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.