Central Louisiana Technical Community College - Alexandria Reviews
I am looking forward to becoming a Patient Care Technician on my road to becoming an LPN/RN. I love the people, campus (which is moving to a new facility 2018-2019), and the atmosphere.
They are super friendly and helpful. The staff there really want to see you placed and long to see you succeed in life. I needed this motivation when I applied. I’m 42 trying to begin a nursing career. They were so encouraging. Thank you!
It is close to home. Gives me a chance to adjust myself to college life before transferring to another campus at a 4-year college. Inexpensive. Great classes and teachers. A feeling of family.
the have nice facility and nice people that can really help me especially if I need help on my classes that you can understand. Furthermore, the also have nice students that are kind and friendly.
I used to struggle with accounting here. I got my own tutor, and passed it with am A, now I am in my second accounting. I attempted the class 6 times before I passed it. My teacher is very helpful and supportive. It is also a very good environment.
A good school for people who do not feel a four year university is for them or if they need something more local to kick off their career at first! Competitive nursing programs, with high passing rates!
My experience at the school has been amazing. The professors are nice and the classes are the perfect size.
The online course at my school are great. Although I really love being in front of my professors because I believe face to face is best, the online class was not what I expect. Everyone was still able to help and communicate with each other.
The quality of post-grad services at my school is the best. They prepare for the future and helps you get a job.
A degree from this school is very valuable. Of course a degree from any school is very valuable, but at Central Louisiana Technical Community College, everyone cares. There are many programs and job opportunities for you.
At Central Louisiana Technical Community College, I am majoring in Patient Care Technician(PCT). Our building is amazing. The classes are not big, but it's perfect. Everyday you learn something new and it's exciting. It's a lot of hands on stuff and paper work. It is hard, because I was balancing a lot of things, then I made school and homework my main focus. I focus on school during the day, afternoon, and at night. The workload is very challenging and stressful, but if you really want it and is determined like I am, than nothing will stop you.
What makes my school unique is that your not alone. The professors, counselor, even the students helps you with anything you need. Everyone at the school is family and family always helps family. The professors are very passionate about what they teach and they makes learning fun. Seeing someone with that much passion really inspires the students to keep pushing. So, if I could do it all over, I would choose my school, Central Louisiana Technician Community College in a heartbeat.
This school is very driven on helping students seek career opportunities in many ways--through guidance courses given by instructors and constant other opportunities that are made public to students and faculty on a daily basis; like local businesses reaching out for future career driven students and helping educate at the same time.
It is great. I am learning so much more about computers and networking and troubleshooting solutions to technical problems involving computer technologies.
I am learning so much since attending CLTCC in Alexandria Louisiana. Also, the teachers and students are very great to work with which adds to the wonderful experience.
Many different ethnicities. People from all walks of life and age groups. It's great to see all kinds of people enhancing their career.
Applying for financial aid is fine. On the other hand getting into to financial aid office is a task that takes patience. The school needs a dependable skillful financial aid representative.