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Dr. Ray P. Authement, UL Lafayette president for 34 years, dies at age 91

Authement remembered as 'visionary' and 'an educator for the ages'

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UL Lafayette issues statement on the death of Dr. Ray P. Authement

The following can be attributed to Dr. Joseph Savoie, University of Louisiana at Lafayette president.

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University to offer flat-rate tuition for students studying fully online

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will move to flat-rate, per-credit-hour tuition for students enrolled fully

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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is conducting most operational functions remotely.

UL Lafayette transitioned to remote operations earlier this week in response to Gov. John Bel Edwards’ statewide stay-at-home order to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.

The University remains operational. Most employees are working from their homes or other locations, and departments continue to serve students, employees and the public. Phone calls and emails are being forwarded.

Anyone having business with the University can find a directory of contact information here. Contact information is also available on individual departments’ websites.

Safety personnel are continuing to work from campus. Housing, health and dining services remain available to campus residents.

The computer lab in Agnes Edwards Hall is open 24 hours a day, every day, to serve students’ academic needs.

The University’s remote operational functions will continue until further notice. Remote delivery of course instruction began last week, and will continue for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.

The UL Lafayette community and the public can stay informed  through updates on the University's dedicated COVID-19 website and across official social media platforms.