Eric Alexander was the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Award. A Carpentry graduate with a cumulative grade point average of 3.692, he was selected by LTC Greater Acadiana Region 4 Foundation trustees with assistance from LTC Evangeline Campus administration, faculty, and staff based on academic achievement and scholarship, honors and awards, campus organizations and activities, community service and activities, and future plans.
The annual Outstanding Graduate Award, which includes cash and a personalized plaque, is sponsored by the LTC Greater Acadiana Region 4 Foundation.
LTC Greater Acadiana Region 4 Foundation trustees include Rhyn Duplechain, president; Randy Toepfer, vice president; Pat Theriot, secretary/treasurer; Vicki R. Alleman, Ray Bias, Mayor Hilda Curry, Mable Foreman and Eric Robicheaux.
The mission of Louisiana Technical College Greater Acadiana Region 4 is to provide training which assists students in acquiring the skills necessary for employment. LTC Greater Acadiana Region 4 recently changed its name to Acadiana Technical College and will soon transition accordingly.
Diplomas were awarded by Millie Filer, assistant dean, Evangeline Campus, to the following:
Care & Development of Young Children
Collision Repair Technology
Medical Office Assistant
Patient Care Technician
Office Systems Technology
(* denotes Honor Graduate)