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Southern University and A & M College

Southern University and A & M College is a 4-year public Historically Black College and University in Baton Rouge and the flagship institution of the Southern University System. A member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, SUBR is Louisiana’s...

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Go to this HBCU. Learn to love this school. Southern University will change your life.

” – Sydni - Baker, LA
Louisiana Tech University

Founded in 1894, Louisiana Tech University is a 4-year public school in northern Louisiana. Louisiana Tech is home to five colleges of Liberal Arts, Applied & Natural Sciences, Business, Education, and Engineering conferring undergraduate degrees...

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Tech is a great school! My professors are great and so are the classes. I really feel like I am at home here!

” – Ryan from Vivian, LA
University of Louisiana at Lafayette

The second largest university in Louisiana, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is a 4-year public school and part of the UL system. Louisiana Lafayette is home to nine colleges and schools offering bachelor’s degrees in 80 academic majors...

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ull is a very calm campus. instead of focusing attention on sports, we focus on school and getting a degree. i would not rather go anywhere else.

” – Garth from New Iberia, LA
Loyola University New Orleans

Loyola University of New Orleans is a 4-year, Catholic university in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Loyola Core and core curriculum operates on the idea of “students as scholars” and centers on five key elements: critical thinking, effective...

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Loyola University is a diverse community in the heart of New Orleans. It is rich in culture, and the professors here are excellent.

” – Alliciyia from Zachary, LA
University of Louisiana at Monroe

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is a public institution with a “selective” admissions process. Popular majors include psychology, pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, and communications. UML offers several study abroad programs in countries...

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ULM is a great environment to begin your journey of exploring what you want to do when you 'grow-up'. There are really great professors who want to see you succeed and provide you with all the necessary tools to do so. Lastly, ULM may be a smaller...

” – Brittany from Oak Grove, LA
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Dillard University is a private HBCU and liberal arts institution situated in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is associated with the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ. Dillard provides a liberal arts-based curriculum focused on...

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Dillard University is unique and refreshing because of it's small size, family values, and religious backgrounds. I truly love and enjoy everyday that I get to walk on campus and greet friendly faces. Dillard university is the best place to receive a...

” – Jada from New Orleans, LA
McNeese State University

McNeese State University is a public institution in Lake Charles, Louisiana, that provides a liberal arts education. McNeese is one of the only schools in the nation with a business school accredited by the AACS of Business International and the...

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McNeese has such a broad spectrum of academics to appeal to everyone. You can receive a great education and a great reputation by attending McNeese. 86% of pre-medicine students were accepted into medical schools in 2006, which is a great number.

” – Matthew from Lake Charles, LA
Louisiana College

Louisiana College is a private, Christ-centered institution established in Pineville, Louisiana. Each semester, students are required to attend a number of chapel events. Students living on-campus at LC live in one of five gender-segregated residence...

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Louisiana College is wonderful. Everyone is like a big family. The campus is beautiful and has a lot of history.

” – Kaytlin from Vivian, LA
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With a campus overlooking Chaplin Lake, Northwestern State University of Louisiana is a 4-year public school in northwest Louisiana. NSU confers undergraduate and graduate degrees in 20 academic programs of study. In addition, NSU makes 40 degree...

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Northwestern is a school that my family has been attending for many years. My grandma, two of my aunts, my dad, my mom, and myself have attended this college (I am still attending and should graduate in2016). My family has spoken very highly of this...

” – Catherine from DeRidder, LA
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Nicholls State University is a public institution with “selective” admissions located in the rural town of Thibodaux, Louisiana, 50 miles west of New Orleans. The institution is named after Francis Redding Tillou Nicholls, a brigadier general for the...

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The teachers are very friendly & willing to go out of their way to help you to the best of their ability. If you're having trouble with anything all you have to do is ask. The material covered in the classes are interesting & challenging.

” – Amanda from Raceland, LA
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The University of Holy Cross is a private, Christ-centered institution established in New Orleans,  Louisiana, alongside the Mississippi River. UOHC’s catalog of over 60 academic programs primarily feature health-related fields of study, such as...

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Holy Cross is an A school because it's small and private.All staff is willing to help the students anywaypossible.At Holy Cross you become family.

” – Alia from New Orleans, LA
Louisiana State University-Alexandria

Louisiana State University of Alexandria is a public, state institution located in the center of Louisiana. Academics at LSU of Alexandria are exclusively geared toward undergraduates, with programs available in a variety of art, science, and...

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It has a very small campus, so it is very easy to get around by walking. Teachers and departments are willing to help the students pass and are wanting every student succeed in their careers.

” – Kaitlyn from Alexandria, LA
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Formerly known as Our Lady of the Lake College, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University is a 4-year Catholic institution with an emphasis on healthcare. FranU’s Baton Rouge campus offers academic programs in three schools: Health Professions...

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Our Lady of the Lake is a college that is based off of it's religious beliefs. The faculty and staff is very welcoming and guides students step by step but also gives students the independents that they want and need. The college is very free going...

” – Nicki
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Southeastern Louisiana University is rated as a “selective” public university based in Hammond, LA. Southeastern operates multiple research centers throughout the state, including the Turtle Cover Environment Research Station. Top fields of study...

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Southeastern currently has the largest Art Dept. in the state, not learning a lot isn't an option for me.

” – Madeline from Pearl River, LA
Grambling State University

Founded by a group of African American farmers in 1901, Grambling State University is a 4-year public school in north central Louisiana. This Historically Black College and University is listed on the Louisiana African-American heritage trail. Part...

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it's a great educational environment.
teachers are ready to help students and
most students work together.

” – Les Dames from Grambling, LA
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Originally founded as a prototype to test the viability of community colleges, Bossier Parish Community College is a 2-year institution in northwest Louisiana. BPCC is home to nine academic divisions and over 100 courses are available entirely online...

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SOWELA Technical Community College is a 2-year institution serving five parishes in southwestern Louisiana. Academic programs at SOWELA are divided among five schools offering associate degrees and Louisiana Transfer degrees. The college’s Flight...

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i learned a lot, i enjoyed it very much it gave me my beginning to my future.

” – Loria from Lake Charles, LA
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-New Orleans

The Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans is a public, medical education institution. LSU Health New Orleans’ degree catalog consists primarily of Masters and Doctoral degrees, though the college does offer a few associate and...

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LSUHSC-NO provides top-notch quality education. Faculty members are knowledgeable experts in their field. School has many opportunities to get involved in your educational experience.

” – Megan from New Orleans, LA
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Southern University Shreveport Louisiana is a 2-year commuter campus of Southern University and an institution designated an Historically Black College. SULA is home to six academic departments offering associate degrees as well as a Louisiana...

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Southern University in Shreveport is an interesting school filled with many activities. Even though they don't have sororities or fraternities the most important thing is getting an education. I feel Southern is a fast school to get a degree from.

” – Shreveport, LA
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Louisiana Delta Community College is a 2-year institution with eight campuses in the northeast part of the state. LDCC academic degree programs are divided into five schools and the Louisiana transfer associate degree ensures that credits will...

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Classes are extremely easy as long as you do the work.

” – Brittany from Monroe, LA
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Baton Rouge Community College is a two-year institution in Louisiana with an open admissions policy. BRCC has partnerships with a number of schools depending on major for transfer to a 4-year university, and offers Project R.O.A.R. for African...

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I think that I will learn a lot because I like to surround myself in a learning environment and also everyone has been talking about going to this school. My baby daycare teacher goes there and I would like to become a daycare assistant.

” – Antionette from Baton Rouge, LA
Delgado Community College

Delgado Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in New Orleans, Louisiana. DCC offers a number of associate and certificate programs with focuses ranging from Radiation Therapy to Pastry Arts. Students attending classes on...

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People always say Delgado was easy........WRONGG! Its very tough and challenging but if you put the time into studying, you walk out the class with the grade you deserve and learn alot of information!

” – Kimberly from Kenner, LA
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LSU Eunice is the only 2-year community college in the Louisiana State University system. The Eunice campus is home to over 100 degree and certificate programs and is also the first institution of higher learning in Louisiana to be 100 percent...

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Good small school. Teachers are helpful and want to help you learn, and are easy to approach. Easy to get around campus.

” – Lyndi from New Iberia, LA
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Fletcher Technical Community College is a 2-year institution in southeast Louisiana. FTCC confers degrees and certificates in over 25 academic programs and the college utilizes its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico to offer courses in Marine Diesel...

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I've been told so many good things about this school, that i have decided to give it a try. You are never too old to go back and learn.

” – Charles from Morgan CITY, LA
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South Louisiana Community College is a 2-year institution with eight campuses serving eight parishes. SLCC offers 40 academic majors including an Aviation Maintenance degree through the International School of Aviation Excellence. SLCC helps equip...

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The teachers are excellent and are there for you when you need them. There are many tutoring facilities available for you.

” – Jeremy from St. Martinville, LA