Louisiana State University
Louisiana State University is one of the top colleges in Louisiana offers education through 17 schools and colleges, including programs like Veterinary Medicine, Business, School of the Coast and Environment, Social Work and Library and Information Science. The main campus is in Baton Rouge, ad the school offers around 200 degrees. Louisiana State is one of the 21 schools to hold space, sea, and land-grant status. To find out more about the school, visit www.lsu.edu or call
Tulane is one of the country’s most selective private universities. The prestigious research school is one of 63 schools to be part of the Association of American Universities. Degree programs include liberal arts, science and engineering, architecture, business, law, social work, medicine and public health, and tropical medicine. Tulane University was ranked by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as having “very high research activities.” This ranking is given to only two percent of the schools in the country. Tulane is among the top colleges in Louisiana, to find out about admissions policies, visit www.tulane.edu or call 504-865-5000.
Southeastern Louisiana University
Southeastern Louisiana University has 52 undergraduate and 19 graduate degree programs as well as one doctoral degree. All of the school’s graduate programs and around 97 percent of the undergraduate degrees are nationally accredited, with honors curriculum available in all degree programs. This is one of the highest accreditation rates in the state. The school occupies a campus in Hammond, Louisiana and has a technology-rich teaching environment. Visit www.selu.edu or call 1-800-222-SELU to learn more.
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette occupies a site of 1,400 acres, including a 51-acre Center for Ecology and Environmental Technology, a 600-acre Farm/Renewable Resources Laboratory, and a 100-acre Equine Center. In addition to the main campus, it has the University Research Park, which operates research studies in several fields, many centered on environmental and agricultural sciences. All of the school’s 78 undergraduate programs are eligible for accreditation, and it also offers 27 master’s programs and several Doctor of Philosophy degrees. To learn more visit www.louisiana.edu or call 337-482-6397.
Louisiana Tech University
Louisiana Tech University is a selective-admission school with degrees in applied and natural sciences, business, education, engineering and science, and liberal arts, as well as a graduate school. The school’s primary focus is in the applied and natural sciences, but students in the other degree programs receive a quality education as well. The campus is in Ruston, approximately 80 miles east of Shreveport, where students receive a research-intensive education. To learn more about the school’s programs and admissions policies, visit www.latech.edu or call 318-257-2000.