Due to increased concerns with rising COVID-19 cases across the state, NLTCC has announced it will be offering primarily hybrid courses with greater than 50% face to face for laboratory components of the courses and theory/lecture components online. Some courses will be available completely online through December. Online classes are taught in an asynchronous format, which means the class will not have specific meeting times.
Fall classes began Monday, Aug. 17. Most students can expect to come to campus 2 days per week for hands-on skills and work online for 2 days each week. Many of our programs are on an 8 week schedule. The 8-week schedule allows students to concentrate on fewer courses at one time and still be considered full time.
The dates for the fall sessions are as follows:
8-Week Session I: 8/17/2020-10/09/2020
8-Week Session II: 10/12/2020-12/11/2020
16-Week Session: 8/17/2020-12/11/2020
It is our priority to keep the NLTCC Community safe
Our campuses offices will be open on a limited basis with strict Covid-19 rules including mandatory masks, social distancing and limited group sizes.
To assist students, NLTCC has developed a new scholarships program, as well as secured aid for some program textbooks and supplies.
Students may also request assistance with technology.
Students may get assistance with information and enrollment on each campus by emailing to:
View information, eligibility, guidelines, and frequently asked questions pertaining to the CARE Act. NLTCC has issued 100% of the $568, 335 received to the 725 qualifying students via the student's BankMobile account.
To learn more and to help provide immediate response and long-term recovery assistance in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura to SOWELA Technical Community College, click here.
Once again, NLTCC will hold activities to promote educational awareness for US Constitution Day on September 17.