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Central Louisiana Technical Community College

CLTCC Implements Louisiana Smoke-Free Air Act, Senate Bill 36 was unanimously approved by Louisiana Legislators, requiring public post-secondary education institutions across Louisiana to develop and implement smoke-free polices on their campuses by August 1, 2014.




Central Louisiana Technical Community College has partnered with Follett Virtual Bookstores as our preferred provider of textbooks and materials. We have worked closely with Follett to source and stock the exact edition of books used in our classes.

Textbooks and materials can be purchased directly through our virtual bookstore where you can choose from new books, money-saving used books and even digital books.
The photos from the 2014 Spring Commencement Ceremony are now available. The photos were taken by Timeless Professional Imaging.

Click on the arrows below to view and/or order photos. Once on the website, click "Browse" and then click on the CLTCC gallery.
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Course Evaluation Survey and Student Satisfaction Survey




 

Please complete the Spring 2014 Student Course Evaluation Survey  and the Student Satisfaction Survey If you are a graduate complete the Graduate/Exit Survey If you have any questions please contact the CLTCC Administration office 318-487-5443







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Central Louisiana Technical Community College


Total Award Amount: $2,749,939
Industry focus: Manufacturing


 






 


Central Louisiana Technical Community College is partnering with a number of stakeholders to create a Manufacturing Center of Excellence. This center will focus on Industrial Manufacturing, inclusive of Automation and Controls, Industrial Maintenance, Machine Tool Technology, and Instrumentation and Electronics. Instruction will be offered online and in-person with emphasis on a technology-enhanced curriculum that encourages blended education. Programs will be offered through credit and noncredit formats, allowing for increased opportunities for competency-based learning. Credit students will be able to earn certificates, diplomas, an Associate's degree and potentially a Bachelor's degree. Click here for more information.

























 

CLTCC CenlaWorks
Explore CLTCC's CenlaWorks website for Rapid Response workforce training programs created 'for industry, by industry.'