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Fletcher: 2020 Great College to Work For

  September 17, 2020 FLETCHER NAMED A “2020 GREAT COLLEGE TO WORK FOR” (Schriever, LA) – Fletcher Technical Community College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For® program. The results, released recently in a special insert of TheRead More

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Fletcher Dean Honored

September 1, 2020   DEAN CLINT COLEMAN NAMED TO STEM ADVISORY COUNCIL   (Schriever, LA) – Dr. Clint Coleman, Dean of STEM at Fletcher Technical Community College, has been named to the Louisiana Board of Regents STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Advisory Council (LaSTEM). Act 392 of the 2017 Legislative Session created the Council toRead More

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VIRTUAL SHELL ENERGY VENTURE CAMP

Schriever, LA – Nearly 100 students from 11 states and Canada are learning about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) this week as part of Fletcher’s inaugural virtual Shell Energy Venture Camp. “Fletcher is so excited to host the Shell Energy Camp,” commented Fletcher Chancellor Dr. Kristine Strickland.  “Through these virtual camps we are ableRead More

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Fletcher Launches STEM Camps

Fletcher Partners with NASA, Chevron, and Shell Oil Company to Launch Virtual STEM Camps This Summer  Schriever, LA – Fletcher Technical Community College is excited to launch two inaugural virtual summer camp experiences. Working with our partners at Central Creativity, these unique experiences allow participants to interact with industry professionals from the comfort of theirRead More

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FLETCHER 2ND CHANCE PELL

Fletcher Participating in 2nd Chance Pell Experiment Schriever, LA – Fletcher Technical Community College has been chosen to be one of 67 schools across the United States to participate in the second cohort of the U.S. Department of Education’s Second Chance Pell Experiment. For the second round, the Department received more than 180 letters ofRead More

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Fletcher’s COVID-19 Statement

Fletcher Statement Regarding COVID-19 Schriever, LA – In consultation with state and local government agencies, the decision has been made to transition to remote instructional delivery and online operations for a majority of courses, effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020, until further notice. On Monday, March 16, 2020, the college will be closed. No faculty, staffRead More

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VETERANS CENTER RECEIVES DONATION

Fletcher’s Veterans Center Receives Donation from South Louisiana Veteran Outreach   Schriever, LA – Fletcher Technical Community College’s Veterans Center recently received a donation of goods from the South Louisiana Veteran Outreach (SLVO). In addition to a television, the organization delivered school supplies, a refrigerator stocked with water and other drinks as well as frozenRead More

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PTK RECOGNIZED FOR OUTSTANDING GROWTH

Schriever, LA – Fletcher Technical Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) is one of 609 chapters across the nation being recognized for their efforts to bring the life-changing benefits and opportunities of PTK membership to even more students on their campuses in 2019. The recognition is part of PTK’s REACH Rewards program, whichRead More

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Business and Nursing Articulation Agreement Signed

University of Holy Cross and Fletcher Technical Community College Add New Credit Transfer Agreements for Business and Nursing Fletcher students with business or nursing degree credits can now transfer credits to UHC (New Orleans) – The University of Holy Cross (UHC) and Fletcher Technical Community College (Fletcher) have signed articulation agreements between their business and nursing programsRead More

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Fletcher Alumni Spotlight: John Warren

John Warren grew up in Houma and Bayou DuLarge. Like many of us, his parents did not go to college, but he took the plunge and attended Nicholls after high school. After two years there, things were not going as he had planned, and he was ready to give up on college. He took anotherRead More