The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Foundation has announced new appointments to its board of trustees.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is once again inviting students who will be visiting Lafayette for the summer to enroll in the summer session as a Summer Visitor.
A Summer Visitor is an undergraduate student who is pursuing a degree at another university or a high school graduate who intends to seek a degree from another university and wishes to attend UL Lafayette for the summer session only.
Any student admitted as a Summer Visitor will be given non-degree seeking status at UL Lafayette.
Visiting students must have graduated from an approved high school or have completed their GED, or have attended a collegiate institution and remain eligible to return to the last institution of attendance.
Requirements include completing and submitting to the UL Lafayette Office of Admissions an undergraduate application prior to the beginning of the semester for which admission is sought. The application must be accompanied by a non-refundable $20 application fee for US citizens ($30 for non-US citizens). Checks should be payable to UL Lafayette.
Students currently attending another university should also submit a Letter of Good Standing from the university along with an official transcript from the last collegiate institution attended.
High school graduates and GED recipients with no college hours must meet all UL Lafayette admission requirements, including required ACT scores. Students should submit to the UL Lafayette Office of Admissions either an official high school transcript listing graduation date or a copy of the GED and a copy of ACT scores.
Visiting students should register as soon as possible, as course availability is limited. Registration for courses for summer visitors begins March 28. Those visiting students who wish to continue at UL Lafayette for the Fall 2005 semester must reapply for admission and must meet regular admissions requirements.
For more information on the Summer Visitors program, contact University College at (337) 482-6729.