Congratulations on your admission to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette! You should be proud of your accomplishments. The combination of your personal and academic achievements makes you an ideal addition to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette family.
Admitted Undergraduate Students Checklist
Let us know you're coming. Fill out your Intent to Enroll form online.
Visit campus. Come and get a tour of it before you move in, or join us for one of our admitted students events. You can talk with other students during your visit, and have any questions answered by admissions and recruitment staff. Schedule a visit.
Choose your residence hall and meal plan. If you are a freshman and don’t live within a 40-mile radius of the University, you will be required to live on campus for your first year. This will give you a better opportunity to meet other students and get involved with all UL Lafayette has to offer. Learn more about on-campus housing.
Fill out and submit your FAFSA. See what financial aid you qualify for, and get help paying for college by filling out your FAFSA online. Your application is free and will be sent directly to the University. Learn more about the FAFSA process.
Register for Orientation. Get a taste of campus life, start making friends, and get ready for your classes at Orientation. Advisors at Orientation will help you choose the best classes to take your first year. Watch your email to be alerted when registration opens. Learn more about Orientation.
Submit your immunization records. All students must complete and submit an immunization form confirming you meet the immunization requirements for UL Lafayette. You can't register for classes until you submit your completed immunization form.
- Submit proof of any college credits you've earned. If you've passed AP tests, taken dual enrollment courses, or taken college-level courses at another institution, you must submit that information so we can apply those credits to your degree program at UL Lafayette. Send any transcripts or exam records to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. (Students can also earn college credit by taking one of the UL Lafayette Advanced Credit Exams before your first semester.)
Looking for other information?
Find your college and department for questions related to your degree program or classes.
Admitted Graduate Students
If you've been admitted to a master's or doctoral program, follow the Graduate School's Next Steps After Admission.