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  1. Apply for Admission to the college.
  2. Connect with Veterans Resource Center (active duty, reserve/guard, dependents).
  3. Submit Admission Documents.
  4. Create/Log in to LoLA account.
  5. Apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA).
  6. Complete online orientation.
  7. Pay for classes.
  8. Visit Enrollment Services for a Student ID.
  9. Purchase books.


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. Join our mailing list!


Fletcher Technical Community College is taking necessary steps to keep our students, faculty, staff and visitors safe on campus this spring.

Registration/First Day of Class

The first day of class is January 18, 2022. The last day to enroll in a full semester class is January 21, 2022. Fletcher also offers courses that start on March 14, 2022 (Minimester B) and last day to add classes for Minimester B is March 15, 2022. Additionally, Fletcher offers a variety of industry-based certifications and workforce training that has continuous enrollment. Registration assistance and academic advising are available in-person, Monday through Friday, 8am – 4pm. Inquiries may also be sent to



Fletcher offers three types of classes: fully online, hybrid (some face-to-face instruction, some online), and on campus. Students are strongly encouraged to check Canvas for any communication from their instructors.


COVID19-Testing & Vaccination Information

Fletcher encourages all students, faculty and staff to be tested for COVID-19 and consider getting the vaccination. Vaccination and testing is available throughout our community. For more information, visit one of these sites:

LA Department of Health:

Ochsner testing:


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