Dear Future Fletcher Students,
Welcome to Fletcher Technical Community College. On behalf of the faculty and staff, we thank you for choosing Fletcher to assist you in fulfilling your educational goals.
Your success is our success – whether it is to achieve a degree, to enter the workforce, or to transfer to a university, we are committed to helping you succeed in your pursuits. Our workforce programs are tailored to industry specifications thus providing you the skill sets necessary to enter the workforce as a highly-trained, highly-skilled employee. We do this by creating strong relationships with business and industry and community partners. Our transfer degrees and courses are aligned with our university partners to enable our students to transfer and continue their education with ease.
We are continuously improving and expanding our program offerings to fit the needs of our students, the community, business partners, and the State of Louisiana. Whether you are pursuing an associate degree, diploma, certificate, or plan to transfer to a university, you can be assured that Fletcher‘s programs will provide the education and skills you need to pursue and achieve your goals.
We look forward to seeing you on campus this year and if I can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to visit my office or email me at Kristine.Strickland@fletcher.edu.
Dr. Kristine Strickland
Chancellor of Fletcher Technical Community College
Fletcher believes everyone should have an opportunity to an education. Whether your goal is an associate’s degree, certificate, or selected courses for personal and professional growth, we are here to make the process easier for you.
Fletcher has an open-admissions policy and serves persons on an equal priority basis. An applicant must be 17 years of age prior to entry into the college. Non-high school graduates who have reached the state’s compulsory school age (at least 17 years of age as per Louisiana Revised Statute 17:221) are eligible for admissions. Applicants in this category are not eligible for federal financial assistance. Admission to all programs is made without regard to race, religion, national origin, gender, or qualifying disability. A high school diploma or general education development (GED or HiSET) is required for admission into Nursing and Allied Health programs.