NTCC returns to class Aug. 19th

Published 2:31 pm Friday, August 7, 2020

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Northshore Technical Community College (NTCC) will kick off its fall semester on Wednesday, Aug. 19.

NTCC is a comprehensive college with a rich history of providing workforce training and academic pathways to regional universities for the greater Northshore region. A wide variety of Academic, Technical, and Health Science programs are offered that provide world-class training and the skills necessary to be competitive in today’s dynamic workforce. There are at least 22 different Certificate, Technical Diploma, and Associate Degree programs available.

With programs such as Diesel Powered Equipment, Welding, Criminal Justice, Information Technology, Maritime Technology, Pharmacy Technician, and Practical Nursing, NTCC provides relevant programs and timely responsiveness to local and regional industries.

NTCC’s growing list of University Pathways include partnerships with LSU, Nicholls State, North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology, Northwestern State, Southeastern, University of Louisiana Lafayette, and UNO.

NTCC is comprised of five campuses — Florida Parishes Campus in Greensburg, Hammond Area Campus in Hammond, Sullivan Campus in Bogalusa, Lacombe (Main) Campus in Lacombe, and the Livingston Campus, located at 11640 Burgess Ave. in Walker. There is also one Instructional Service Center located on Southeastern Louisiana University’s North Campus in Hammond.

A complete listing of programs, and the locations where they are available, can be found at northshorecollege.edu under “Programs & Programs of Study.”

NTCC has an open enrollment policy. Getting started only requires future students to complete an online application for admission, submit an immunization record and, if applicable, proof of registration with selective service. For more information, visit northshorecollege.edu or call 985-545-1500.

NTCC is an equal opportunity institution and is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment or training. Qualified students, applicants, or employees will not be excluded from any course or activity because of age, race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, or disability. All students have equal rights to counseling and training.

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding these non-discrimination policies: Northshore Technical Community College Title IX Coordinator, Christy Montgomery, phone: 985-545-1239, email: christymontgomery@northshorecollege.edu.