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Admissions

Ready for your New Career? We’re Here to Help!

SLTC wants to make sure every student enrolled here will be highly successful in our programs and enjoy a long and rewarding career after graduation. Our admissions team’s main goal is making our enrollment process as easy as possible and are available to help you every step of the way.

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Upcoming Classes

Starts Aug 29, 2024

Enrolling

  • Aug 29 - Registration and 1st Day
  • Sep 2 - Holiday Labor Day
  • Nov 27-29 - Holiday Thanksgiving
  • Dec 12-13 - Rodeo and Graduation
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Starts Jan 2, 2025

Enrolling

  • Jan 2 - Registration and 1st Day
  • Apr 16-17 - Rodeo and Graduation
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Starts May 31, 2024

Enrolling

  • May 31 - Registration and 1st Day
  • Jul 4 - Holiday Independence Day
  • Jul 26 - Rodeo & Graduation
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Starts Aug 9, 2024

Enrolling

  • Aug 9 - Registration and First Day
  • Sep 2 - Holiday - Labor Day
  • Oct 4 - Rodeo & Graduation
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5 Steps to Enrollment

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Submit Application

Create an account and pay your $150 nonrefundable application fee. You will then be able to fill out and submit your application. Be sure to choose your housing options if needed.

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Pay Lab Fees

Once your application has been submitted, you will pay your $750 refundable lab fee. You must pay this fee to be moved to the next step in enrollment.

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Application Accepted

You meet the minimum requirements to enroll at SLTC and your application has been accepted but you’re not done yet!

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Submit Paperwork

To finish your enrollment after your application has been received, you must submit all required paperwork listed in your applicant portal.

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Enrolled!

Congratulations! You have been placed in a class!

Ready for your new career?

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Basic Requirements for Enrollment

  • At least 18 years of age by the beginning date of enrollment.

  • Provide documentation of completion of high school education or equivalent.

  • Must pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination and have a physician sign the SLTC Doctor Release Form.

  • Must possess a valid driver’s license from the state in which you reside.

Veterans Education Benefits

For individuals looking for a new career after the military, Southeast Lineman Training Center might just be the perfect fit. Linework, with its similar camaraderie, discipline, and service centered mindset, has been a great avenue for a somewhat seamless transition from military service to civilian life.

SLTC is VA approved to certify veterans through various different benefit types, including the Post 9/11 GI Bill and the Skillbridge program for active-duty military members. Visit our Veteran Resources page to learn more.

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Financial Aid Options

SLTC students are funded through various different means. Many use student loans or personally fund their education, but there are many options available. Along with financial aid, there are many different scholarships that potential students can apply for. Check out our financial aid page to learn more about your options.

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Life on Campus

With over 100 acres of training grounds including classroom space and real world equipment, our campuses offer students a comprehensive and hands-on training environment.

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Housing Options

Every class we have students from all over the country, so housing assistance is just another way SLTC helps students prepare for their time here. While housing is not provided by SLTC, we work with the community to provide many options for students to have fully furnished housing for the entirety of their program. Check out your options on our housing page.

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Testimonials

“SLTC was a very rewarding 15-week program. The atmosphere created by the instructors and the students was next level. You create a unique bond between your Pole Circle and instructor like nothing I’ve experienced before.”

Bryce Patterson ELP Class 67
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“If you want to better yourself and be a leg up going into the linework industry, enroll into SLTC.”

Colton Rainwater ELP Class 39
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“The school has changed my life dramatically, from living off of unemployment… to coming here and landing, not just a job, but a career.”

Curtis Stewart ELP Class 7
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“I am a Marine Corps veteran and they helped me tremendously in getting my GI Bill so I could start school without financial difficulties. They are awesome at taking care of veterans!”

Kyle Lundahl ELP Class 44 Veteran – Marine Corps
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“The CLP instructors have a wealth of knowledge that they’d love to give to you. They are the best instructors, in my book. You see how much they love the profession itself and it fires you up. Every day they are out there climbing with us, and you want to be good, because they’re good.”

Matt Davis CLP Class 35
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