The Louisiana Community and Technical College System colleges offer a full range of undergraduate credit classes that form the first two years of most college coursework. No matter where you're going, LCTCS can play a role in your future. Students may earn associate's degrees, take courses that transfer to a four-year college or university, or enroll in diploma or certificate programs that prepare them to enter the job market in high demand and high wage employment fields. Wherever you're at in life and whatever you're looking for, there's a path and a college that's just right for you
The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for providing oversight for academic programs, policies and initiatives. This area works with the Louisiana Board of Regents, the Louisiana Department of Education, Louisiana Workforce Commission, higher education partners, and other agencies to provide our students with opportunities and choices to further their education and work aspirations. The office also works with business and industry partners to provide the career training and employment options for students. In addition the office provides leadership on International Education initiatives like the Salzburg Global Seminar. This office also works closely with Distance Learning, Adult Education, external agencies. The office represents LCTCS on local, state, and national policy committees.
Reporting to the System Executive Vice President, the Vice President for Academic Affairs is responsible for preparation of Board items that require academic and accreditation action. The Vice President schedules regular Chief Academic Affairs Officers meetings the 14 colleges to facilitate the discussion of immediate and critical system issues and to provide a forum for discussion and feedback.