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  • Student Population: 17,519
  • Undergraduate Population: 15,998
  • Student to Faculty Ratioa: 22
  • Total Annual Costc: $38,503
  • In-State Tuitionc: $5,407
  • Out-of-State Tuitionc: $19,135
  • Percent on Financial Aidd: 96%
  • Average Grant Aid Received (FT/First-Time): $4,064
  • Percent Admittede: 51%
  • SAT Composite Rangef: 940-1180
  • ACT Composite Rangef: 21-26
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University of Louisiana, Lafayette is a public research university. Founded in 1898 as an industrial school, the college now enrolls more than 19,000 students on its 1,300-acre of gorgeous red brick buildings and natural beauty. At UL, students are most likely to study business, education and general studies. A research hub, more than 40 centers are dedicated to research topics ranging from ecology to informatics. In fact, the university hosts the National Wetlands Research Center and conducts a significant amount of research in Louisiana’s coastal wetlands. Among the different “hidden gems” on the UL campus are the sprawling oak tree by the Louisiana Welcome Wall, the Alumni Center gardens and the Roman crane. Students can join over 200 clubs and student organizations, or participate in more than 25 Greek societies. Each spring, students celebrate the campus holiday, Lagniappe Day, with 15,000 pounds of cooked crawfish. Computer geeks are in luck; the school’s annual Cajun Code Fest brings together professional software developers students from across the Lafayette region to build software prototypes designed to improve health care. More »

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Student Body
Enrollment by Gender
Male
43%
Female
57%
Enrollment numbers from Winter 2017-Spring 2018 school year.

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity
American Indian or Alaskan native
0.1%
Asian
2.2%
Black or African American
19%
Hispanic/Latino
4.9%
White
63.4%
Two or More Races
1.4%
Race/Ethnicity Unknown
5.7%
Non-Resident Alien
3.2%
Attendance Status
Full-Time
78.8%
Part-Time
21.2%

Sports
Athletic Divison
NCAA Division I-FBS
Percent of Student Body that is a Varsity Athlete
3.9%
Sports numbers from 2017-2018 Department of Education data.

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University of Louisiana, Lafayette on:
  • Campus Media
  • http://www.louisiana.edu
  • http://www.thevermilion.com/
  • http://www.youtube.com/user/ullafayettechannel

  • Academics

  • Tuition

  • Financial Aid

  • Admissions

  • Student Life

  • Athletics

  • Complete Academic Data
    TypePublic
    Carnegie ClassificationDoctoral Universities: Higher Research Activity
    Student Faculty Ratio22
    Total Student Population (Graduate + Undergraduate)17,519
    Undergraduate Population15,998
    Attendance StatusFirst-to-Second RetentionOverall Graduation Rates
    Part-Time21%Part-Time75%4-year15%
    Full-Time79%Full-Time75%6-year48%
    Enrollment by GenderGraduation Rate by Gender
    Male43%Male40%
    Female57%Female50%
    Enrollment by Race/EthnicityGraduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity
    American Indian or Alaska Native0.1%American Indian or Alaska Native78%
    Asian2.2%Asian47%
    Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander0%Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander17%
    Black or African American19%Black or African American34%
    Hispanic/Latino4.9%Hispanic/Latino44%
    White63.4%White48%
    Two or More Races1.4%Two or More Races33%
    Race/Ethnicity Unknown5.7%Race/Ethnicity Unknown83%
    Non-Resident Alien3.2%Non-Resident Alien63%
  1. Academic data refer to Fall 2016. Enrollment and attendance data refer to entire undergraduate student body. Graduation, transfer rate, and retention rate data refer to full-time, first-time students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
  2. Percentage of students who began their studies in fall 2016 and returned in fall 2017.
  3. Percentage of students who began their studies in fall 2009 and completed their degree program within 4 years.

  • Complete Tuition Data
    In-State Tuition$5,407
    Out of State Tuition$19,135
    Books and Supplies$1,220
    Living ExpensesRoom and BoardOther Expenses
    On Campus$10,294$3,334
    Off Campus$9,746$3,958
    Off Campus With Family$3,958N/A
    Total CostIn-StateOut-of-State
    On Campus$24,775$38,503
    Off Campus$24,812$38,540
    Off Campus With Family$15,066$28,794
  1. Tuition data refer to estimated expenses for full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students for the year 2017-2018, unless otherwise noted. The figure is an estimate and not a guarantee of the actual amount the student may be charged.
  2. The estimated total cost of attendance for out-of-state students living on campus in 2017-2018. This estimate includes the reported average cost of tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board and “other” living expenses. This figure is an estimate and not a guarantee of the actual amount the student may be charged.

  • Complete Financial Aid Data
    Total Grant Aid Received by Student Body$24,499,301
    Percent of Student Receiving Any Financial Aid96%
    Percent of Student Receiving Any Grants93%
    Student Body Receiving Grant Aid by TypeAverage Grant Aid Received by Type
    Federal36%Federal$4,767
    Pell36%Pell$4,547
    Other Federal6%Other Federal$1,420
    State/Local84%State/Local$5,075
    Institutional44%Institutional$4,064
    Average Grant Aid Received$8,384Percent Receiving Any Loans42%
    Student Body Receiving Loans by TypeAverage Amount of Loans by Type
    Federal42%Federal$4,859
    Non-FederalN/ANon-FederalN/A
    Student Body Receiving Any Loans42%Average Amount of Loan$4,859
  1. Financial aid data refer to full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students in 2016-2017, unless otherwise noted.
  2. The category “any grant” includes federal, state and local government grants and institutional grants.
  3. Grants provided by federal agencies such as the U.S. Department of Education, including Title IV Pell Grants and Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG). Also includes need-based and merit-based educational assistance funds and training vouchers provided from other federal agencies and/or federally-sponsored educational benefits programs, including the Veteran’s Administration, Department of Labor, and other federal agencies.
  4. Other federal grants: Federal monies awarded to the institution under federal government student aid programs, such as Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), DHHS training grants (aid portion only), State Student Incentive Grants (SSIG), and other federal student aid programs. Pell grants are not included in this classification.

  • Complete Admissions Data
    Undergraduate Application Fee$25
    ApplicationsNumber of ApplicantsPercent AdmittedPercent Admitted Who Enrolled
    Total11,63351%51%
    Male4,51455%54%
    Female6,93650%49%
    SAT Scores of Entering Class
    Percentage of Applicants Submitting SAT4%
    CompositeCritical ReadingMathWriting
    25th Percentile940470470N/A
    75th Percentile1,180580600N/A
    ACT Scores of Entering Class
    Percentage of Applicants Submitting ACT96%
    CompositeCritical ReadingMathWriting
    25th Percentile212220N/A
    75th Percentile262822N/A
  1. Admissions data refer to students applying to enter in fall 2016. Application fee data refer to those fees charged to students applying for admission in fall 2016.
  2. Test scores (SAT and ACT) refer to first-time degree/certificate-seeking students. SAT composite includes only Critical Reading and Math.

  • Complete Student Life Data
    Calendar SystemSemester
    Campus Housing OfferedYes
    Religious AffiliationNot applicable
    Campus SettingUrban
    Student Residence
    In-State95%
    Out-of-State4%
    Non U.S.1%
    UnknownN/A
    Student Age
    Under 186%
    18 to 2479%
    25 to 6415%
    65 and Over0%
  1. Student life data refer to 2016-2017 unless otherwise noted.

  • Complete Athletic Data
    Athletic DivisionNCAA Division I-FBS
    Percentage of Student Body that is a Varsity Athlete3.9%
    Head Coaches’ SalariesMen’s TeamsWomen’s Teams
    Average Salary$363,539$91,805
    Total of Head Coaches’ Salaries$2,217,588$504,928
    Expenses by TeamMen’s TeamsWomen’s TeamsTotal
    Basketball$2,332,684$1,358,082$3,690,766
    Football$7,424,084N/AN/A
    Total Expenses of All Sports Combined$2,654,159$3,302,735$5,956,894
    Grand Total Expenses$23,108,123
    Revenues by TeamMen’s TeamsWomen’s TeamsTotal
    Basketball$2,332,684$1,358,082$3,690,766
    Football$7,424,084N/AN/A
    Total Revenues of All Sports Combined$2,654,159$3,302,735$5,956,894
    Grand Total Revenues$23,108,123
  1. Athletic data refer to 2016-2017.
  2. The unduplicated headcount of varsity athletics participants divided by the total undergraduate population, multiplied by 100.
  3. Including expenses not allocated by gender/sport.
  4. Including revenues not allocated by gender/sport.

  1. Total FTE (full-time equivalent) undergraduate students divided by total FTE instructional staff not teaching in graduate or professional programs.
  2. Percentage of students who began their studies in fall 2009 and completed their degree program within 4 years.
  3. The estimated total cost of attendance for out-of-state students living on campus in 2017-2018. This estimate includes the reported average cost of tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board and “other” living expenses. This figure is an estimate and not a guarantee of the actual amount the student may be charged.
  4. Financial aid data refer to full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students in 2016-2017, unless otherwise noted.
  5. Admissions data refer to students applying to enter in fall 2016. Application fee data refer to those fees charged to students applying for admission in fall 2016.
  6. Test scores (SAT and ACT) refer to first-time degree/certificate-seeking students. SAT composite includes only Critical Reading and Math.


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  • Campus Setting:
    City: Midsize
  • Student Population:
    17,519 (15,998 undergrad)
  • Student to Faculty Ratio:
    22 to 1
  • Graduate Attendance Status:
    39% part-time,
    61% full-time
  • Annual Tuition:
    $9,778 in-state; $23,506 out-of-state

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Degree:
Accounting
Graduation Year:
2012


The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is a great school and I highly recommend it. I graduate with a B.S. in accounting and I’m currently enrolled in graduate school. They offer a graduate school program 100% online which it makes it great for a working mother to further advance her career.





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Degree:
Physical Therapy
Graduation Year:
2013


The learning environment was great and class was structured to fit the schedule of people with full time jobs





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Degree:
Business
Graduation Year:
2010


It is worth it, but only if you have a true game plan about your career. Some people believe that the degree will immediately get them a six-figure position somewhere. Be prepared for rejection after you obtain your degree(s)





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Degree:
Engineering
Graduation Year:
2016


Great school if going for a masters I will say go for the non-thesis option even though it means you will most likely pay out of pocket but it saves you a lot of headache later on





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Degree:
MBA
Graduation Year:
2016


This is a smaller university that offers common degree programs.





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Degree:
Social Work
Graduation Year:
2017


I enjoyed my time at the Kent School of Social Work. The program offers a wide range of curriculum choices that allow for a well rounded education in Social Work practice. I chose to specialize in Mental Health, and I feel like I have a good foundation for build my career on. Kent School also has excellent relationships with local agencies to ensure their students get quality field experience, which was beneficial to my education.





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Degree:
Biology
Graduation Year:
2016


It’s a home away from home. Very friendly environment. Professors are ready to help anytime.





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Degree:
Biology
Graduation Year:
2016


It is a great school, a great city. Although Lafayette is a little bit behind the times on some very critical social ideas, it is still a very fun place to earn a degree. I am proud to go to school here.





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Degree:
Biology
Graduation Year:
2015


The Lafayette community and the university have a great relationship. Both support the other in ways larger named schools wish they could claim. There numerous opportunities for extra work for pay and social events that give the area a unique feeling of family and familiarity. The frequently proclaimed Cajun culture is real and happening here.





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Degree:
Public Health
Graduation Year:
2016


I could not be happier with the Kinesiology graduate program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The professors are passionate in what they teach and go out of their way to guide students through the process. I honestly look forward to going to class and feel like I am gaining so much more knowledge in my field.



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