FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
The Office of Financial Aid at Our Lady of the Lake College
administers and coordinates student financial aid from federal,
state, institutional and private sources. Resources are available to
supplement what a student and/or the student's family is able to
contribute to educational costs. The goal of the Office of Financial
Aid is to attempt to meet the documented financial need, within
funding limitations, for all students who have completed the
required application processes. Our Lady of the Lake College offers
several scholarships and participates in Federal Title IV programs
including grants, loans and student employment. Counseling is also
available for new and returning students to assist them with
understanding cost of attendance, financial aid opportunities, money
management and packaging procedures.
The Office of
Financial Aid is located on the first floor of the Administration
Address: Office of
Financial Aid, 5414 Brittany Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Telephone: (225) 768-1714, Toll Free (877) 242-3509
Fax: (225) 490-1632
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.*
* Hours vary in rare
circumstances. Students driving from outside the Baton Rouge metro
area to visit a financial aid counselor are encouraged to call in
Only students who have been admitted to Our Lady of the Lake College
will be considered for the scholarships listed below.
Incoming Freshman Scholarships
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees
Honors Scholarship is automatically awarded to incoming first-time,
full-time freshman who meet the following criteria:
high school grade point average of 3.5 or higher
ACT score of 20 or Composite SAT score of 940
The Board of
Trustees Honors Scholarship is $500 per fall/spring semester for a
maximum of eight semesters.
Franciscan Scholars Scholarship: The Franciscan Scholars
Scholarship is awarded to five outstanding entering freshmen who
have demonstrated leadership skills, are among the top students in
their class academically, and show promise of continuing such
performance in college and beyond. Students meeting the following
minimum criteria must submit the Franciscan Scholarship Application
to be considered.
grade point average of 3.5 or higher
ACT score of 22 or Composite SAT score of 1030
high school activities and leadership
The award is a
scholarship package valued at the cost of full tuition and fees less
TOPS for a maximum of eight semesters.
Trustees Opportunity Scholarship:
The Board of Trustees
Opportunity Scholarship was established by the Board of Trustees of
Our Lady of the Lake College as a scholarship for high school
seniors who are recommended by their high school principal or
guidance counselor for their academic achievement and interest in
pursuing a career in the health sciences. In addition, students
must meet the following criteria:
grade point average of 3.0 or higher
must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and
demonstrate financial need
Scholarship is $500 per fall/spring semester for a maximum of eight
The Franciscan Assistance Award has limited funding
and, therefore, is awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis to
students meeting the following criteria:
grade point average of 3.0 or higher
must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and
demonstrate financial need
Assistance Award is $1,000 per fall/spring semester for a maximum of
Continuing students who meet minimum criteria are automatically
considered for the scholarships listed below. The scholarships are
limitedly funded and highly competitive, therefore students who meet
the minimum criteria are not guaranteed to be awarded. Generally,
the award process occurs during the summer semester and the award
letters are mailed to recipients before the fall term. Actual awards
and amounts may vary from year to year based on available funds.
Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship: The Lettie Pate Whitehead
Scholarship was established to help fund the education of Christian
women in specific states, Louisiana being one of them. The minimum
criteria are as follows:
must be female
must be Christian
must be seeking a degree in nursing or allied health
financial need as determined by the FAFSA
The award is up to
$1,000 per semester for two semesters
UPS Scholarship: The UPS
Scholarship is awarded upon recommendation of the Office of
Financial Aid. Criteria and award amounts vary each year, but
generally students must have a competitive GPA to be considered.
Ambassador Scholarship: To apply for the Ambassador
Scholarship, students must complete and submit the Ambassador
Scholarship Application to the Office of Student Services. The
Ambassador Scholarship is awarded to selected students based on
nomination by faculty or staff. Retention of the award is dependent
on 30 hours of service to the College community during each semester
of award. This service includes recruitment activities, tele-counseling
to prospective students, and participation in College functions and
ceremonies. The minimum criteria are as follows:
leadership potential and be a positive representative of Our Lady of
the Lake College to the community
Scholarship is $300 per semester.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a need
analysis form a student must complete in order to determine
eligibility for federal, state, and some institutional aid.
Specifically, it is the application for federal grants, loans, and
student employment programs. The FAFSA collects income, asset, and
household information about the student and their family (if
applicable) to determine the student's Expected Family Contribution
(EFC). The EFC is an estimate of the amount the student and/or the
student's family can contribute to the student's education for an
academic year. The EFC is used by OLOC to determine the
student's financial need, which is an indicator for the types of aid
the student is eligible to receive.
Types of Aid
Available and Determining Eligibility
Types of aid may be divided into two categories:
Gift Aid - scholarships and grants
Self-help Aid - student loans and work-study
Gift aid does not require repayment. Scholarships generally are
awarded on the basis of academic achievement or for services
rendered, while grants are typically awarded based on financial
Self-help aid is not "free money" like gift aid. It comes in the
form of loans and employment. A loan is money that must be repaid
with interest. Work-study provides students the opportunity to work
and earn money to assist with educational expenses.
Some types of gift aid and self-help require a student to
demonstrate financial need. Most federal programs are considered
need-based aid. Financial need is determined by the College using
the following formula:
Cost of Attendance - EFC - Resources = Financial Need
Cost of attendance is an estimate of how much it will cost a student
to attend an educational institution for an academic year. It
includes tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies,
transportation and personal expenses. With the exception of tuition
and fees, all of the cost of attendance components are based on
averages and are not student specific. Resources include
scholarships, tuition waivers and other types of non-federal aid
(usually gift aid). The cost of attendance figure does represent a
figure you will owe the College. Tuition and fees are the only costs
paid directly to the College.
Eligibility Requirements for Federal Aid Programs
Students must meet the following criteria in order to receive
federal student aid:
Be admitted into a degree or certificate program at least
one year in length
Demonstrate financial need (some loans do not require an
applicant to demonstrate need)
Have a high school diploma, GED or standards established
by Louisiana, which are in compliance with standards approved by
the U.S. Department of Education
Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen
Have a valid Social Security Number (SSN)
Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards (see SAP
Be registered with Selective Service, if applicable
Must not be in default of any federal student loans
A conviction of drug distribution or possession may affect a
studentís ineligiblity for federal student aid.
All federal student aid programs have specific eligibility
requirements that a student must meet in addition to those stated
above. More information detailing specific criteria may be found in
the Federal Programs section of this catalog.
Federal regulations require that students maintain Satisfactory
Academic Progress (SAP) during their course of study to continue
receiving federal student aid. Failure to maintain SAP results in
the cancellation of a student's federal student aid, but does not
prohibit the student from continuing enrollment with his/her own
resources or non-federal aid. SAP is defined as passing a required
number of hours and achieving a required overall grade point
average. The minimum progress standards will be reviewed once per
academic year, usually at the end of the spring semester. All
semesters attended will be considered in making a satisfactory
progress determination, without regard to whether the student
received aid in a given semester. The three components of the Our
Lady of the Lake College policy are described below:
Component 1: Qualitative Standard
Undergraduate CriteriaĖ Each student must meet a 2.0 overall grade
point average to remain eligible for federal student aid.
Graduate CriteriaĖ Each student must meet a 3.0 overall grade point
average to remain eligible for federal student aid.
The following grades will be counted as hours pursued, but will not
count as hours earned until the course is satisfactorily completed;
these grades do not affect grade point average: I, WA, WS,
If a grade change affects eligibility for federal student aid, it is
the studentís responsibility to contact the Office of Financial Aid
once the change has occurred.
Component 2: Quantitative Standard
Each student must successfully pass a minimum of 75% (rounded to the
next highest number) of their cumulative credit hours
attempted during the preceding semesters. Withdrawals,
incompletes, repeated and non-credit remedial course work will be
counted toward the hours attempted.
Component 3: Maximum Time Frame
To establish a quantitative measure, a time frame is set for
students to finish a program of study. For any program, regulations
require that the maximum time frame may not exceed 150% of the
published length of the program, measured in the required academic
Transfer Students: Transfer students must enroll at OLOC with at least a 2.0 GPA to qualify for federal student aid.
Students admitted with less than a 2.0 GPA will automatically be
placed on probation. Upon the next evaluation period, the student
must meet all SAP eligibility components or the student will lose
his/her eligibility for financial aid. A transfer student is defined
as a student who has never attended OLOC prior to enrolling
at the College.
SAP Appeal Process
student who fails to establish good academic standing or who fails
to maintain SAP standards becomes ineligible for federal student
aid. If the student has extenuating circumstances beyond his/her
control that affected his/her ability to maintain SAP standards, the
student may appeal the loss of his/her eligibility. Approved appeals
will result in the student regaining federal aid eligibility for the
specified year. Sufficient documentation of extenuating
circumstances must be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid via
the SAP Appeal Form
Step 1: Go to
to apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you are
required to include parent information on the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), your parent should also apply for a
PIN. If you already have a PIN, proceed to step 2.
Step 2: Go to
to complete the FAFSA. Be sure to list the OLOC school code,
031062. The FAFSA is available January 1 of each year for the
upcoming academic year. File as early as possible, because limitedly
funded programs are awarded on a first-come, first serve basis.
Note to first-time freshmen:
The FAFSA also serves as the application for Louisiana's
Taylor Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS). To be considered for
TOPS, you must complete the FAFSA by the state determined deadline
of July 1.
Step 3: After submitting your FAFSA, a copy is provided
electronically to the OLOC Financial Aid Office (FAO). If
you have been selected by the Central Processing System (CPS) for a
process called verification, you will be required to submit
additional documentation to the FAO. All students will be required
to submit the OLOC Financial Aid Application. The FAO will
notify you, via email, of the documentation you are required to
Step 4: Your
financial aid eligibility is determined after the FAO has received
your FAFSA and all required documents, provided you are:
Admitted to OLOC and/or program;
Seeking a degree or certificate program at least one year
Meeting SAP policy requirements; and
Meeting all other federal eligibility requirements.
Step 5: The FAO
will send you an award letter detailing the awards you are eligible
Step 6: Accept
or decline any financial aid offers.
Step 7: Direct
Stafford Loan Borrowers
If you are a first
time Direct Stafford Loan borrower and/or new to FMOLU, you
must complete a Direct Stafford Entrance Loan Counseling session. A
link to the online session is available at StudentLoans.gov.
First time Direct
Stafford Loan borrowers must also complete a Master Promissory Note
(MPN). You may complete a MPN by visiting StudentLoans.gov.
Parent or Graduate
Direct PLUS Loan Borrowers must complete a credit pre-approval and
MPN (if you have not already completed a Direct PLUS MPN). You may
access the PLUS application at StudentLoans.gov.
Students may be selected by Central Processing System (CPS) for a
process called verification. If a student is selected, OLOC is required to obtain from the student documentation verifying the
accuracy of the information reported on the FAFSA. Verification must
be completed before the student is offered a federal aid award.
If a student's FAFSA is selected for verification and the student is
eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, verification must be completed by
the earlier of 60 days from the last day of enrollment or August 30
in order to receive Federal Pell Grant proceeds. A valid Expected
Family Contribution (FAFSA processed and accepted) must be received
within this time limit.
Financial Aid Packaging
Federal aid packages may consist of a combination of
grants, loans, and student employment. Financial aid recipients must
reapply each year to be considered for aid the following year.
Timely submission of the FAFSA and all information requested is
required to receive the largest award possible. Total financial aid
awards, including scholarships, federal aid, and other resources may
not exceed the cost of attendance. Our Lady of the Lake College
reserves the right to reduce or rescind award packages to remain in
compliance with federal, state, and/or institutional rules and
Our Lady of the Lake
College participates in the following Title IV programs:
Federal Pell Grant
Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant
Federal Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Federal Direct Stafford Loans (Subsidized and
Federal Direct Grad PLUS Loan
Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan
Federal Pell Grant:
The Federal Pell Grant is awarded, based on exceptional financial
need, to undergraduate students seeking their first baccalaureate
degree. Grants are not required to be repaid. Award amounts range
from $659 to $5,550 per academic year, depending on the studentís
EFC and number of enrolled hours.
Competitiveness Grant (ACG):
The Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant is a need based award to
first and second year Federal Pell Grant eligible undergraduate
students. The amount of the ACG ranges from $750 to $1,300 per
academic year, depending on at least half-time enrollment and
classification. A second-year student must have at least a
cumulative 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
Federal Science and
Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (SMART): The National SMART Grant is awarded to Federal Pell
Grant eligible undergraduates during their third and fourth years of
a degree program. It is available to students enrolled in an
eligible program at least half-time, with a 3.0 grade point average.
The award amount is up to $4,000 each year for the studentís third
and fourth academic years.
Only students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology may
receive the SMART grant at FMOLU.
Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG): SEOG is awarded to Federal Pell Grant eligible undergraduate
students enrolled at least half-time who demonstrate exceptional
financial need. Grant awards range between $200 and $2,000.
Federal Work-study (FWS):
FWS provides part-time jobs on campus or in a community service
agency. To be eligible for FWS, a student must demonstrate financial
need. Students earn an hourly wage and are paid bi-weekly. A student
may not earn more than the total award and may not work more than 20
hours per week during periods of enrollment.
Stafford Student Loans:
Under the Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program, students enrolled at
least half-time may borrow funds from the U.S. Department of
Education. Although the FAFSA must be completed, students who do not
qualify for a subsidized loan on the basis of need may receive an
unsubsidized loan. The amount a student is eligible to receive
depends upon the student's classification and dependency status. The
subsidized loan is awarded on the basis of financial need and the
student will not be charged interest before beginning repayment or
during authorized periods of deferment. The federal government
"subsidizes" the interest during these periods. An unsubsidized loan
does not require a student to demonstrate financial need.
Unsubsidized loans accrue interest from the time the loan is
disbursed until they are paid in full. Students are required to
begin repayment of principal and interest on Stafford Loans six
months after they graduate, resign, or cease to be enrolled at least
half-time. All students are required to complete an entrance and
exit loan interview relative to their repayment obligations.
Additional loan information may be secured from the OLOC Office of Financial Aid.
Federal Direct Stafford Loan Limits:
First Year (29 or
fewer earned credit hours)
Second Year (30 - 59
earned credit hours)
Third Year & Beyond
(60 or more earned credit hours)
Undergraduate Students and Dependent Students Whose
Parents Cannot Borrow a PLUS Loan
First Year (29 or
fewer earned credit hours)
Second Year (30 - 59
earned credit hours)
Third Year & Beyond
(60 or more earned credit hours)
and Professional Students
Aggregate Limits for
Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans:
Undergraduate Dependent Students:
$31,000 (no more than $23,000 of which can be subsidized)
$57,500 (no more than $23,000 of which can be subsidized)
Graduate and Professional Students: $138,500 (no more than $65,500 of which can be
Grad Direct PLUS
Graduate or professional students participating in the Direct PLUS
Loan Program are eligible to borrow up to their cost of attendance
less other awarded financial aid. The terms and conditions
applicable to Direct Parent PLUS Loans also apply to
Graduate/Professional PLUS Loans. These requirements include 1) a
determination that the applicant does not have an adverse credit
history, 2) repayment beginning on the date of the last disbursement
of the loan, and 3) a fixed interest rate of 7.9%. Applicants for
the Grad Direct Plus Loans are required to complete the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applicants must have
applied for their annual loan maximum eligibility under the federal
subsidized and unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loan Program, before
applying for a Graduate/Professional PLUS Loan.
Parent PLUS Loans:
The Federal Parent PLUS Loan enables parents with a good credit
history to borrow to help pay the educational expenses for a
dependent undergraduate student enrolled at least half-time. The
maximum amount that may be borrowed is equal to the cost of
education less any estimated financial aid. Parents will pay an
origination fee of 4% of the loan principal. This amount will be
deducted proportionately from each disbursement. Parent loan
proceeds are sent to the school made co-payable to OLOC and
the parent. Upon receipt of the funds, the College will retain any
tuition and fees due and refund any remaining funds to the parent.
Repayment begins 60 days after the final disbursement. There is no
grace period for this loan.
Louisiana Go Grant:
The Louisiana Go Grant is a need-based financial aid program aimed
at making college more affordable for students from moderate to
low-income families. Louisiana resident students who are eligible
for and receive the Federal Pell Grant may be eligible for a Go
Grant. The grant helps cover the difference between the actual cost
of attending a public or private college in Louisiana and the amount
of a studentís Pell Grant award.
Education Assistance Partnership Program (LEAP):
The LEAP is funded equally by the federal government and the State
of Louisiana. All full-time students who are Louisiana residents and
who demonstrate financial need as determined from the FAFSA are
considered for participation in this program. The grant of up to
$1,000 is awarded for the academic year. LEP funding is limited and
varies each academic year.
Taylor Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS): TOPS
provides Louisiana high school graduates a merit-based scholarship
to apply to tuition costs at most colleges and universities in
Louisiana. Students are required to meet deadlines and requirements
made by the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance (LOSFA)
in order to receive the award. A summary of the criteria for
eligibility and retention of a TOPS scholarship is available on
LOSFA Web site at
http://www.losfa.state.la.us/. TOPS funding at
OLOC will be the weighted average tuition at comparable
Taylor Opportunity Program for Students Tech (TOPS-Tech):
The TOPS-Tech Award is a merit-based scholarship program for
Louisiana residents pursuing skill, occupational or technical
training at eligible colleges and universities offering a vocational
or technical education certificates or diplomas, or nonacademic
undergraduate degrees. Students are required to meet deadlines or
requirements made by the Louisiana Office of Student Financial
Assistance (LOSFA) in order to receive these awards. A summary of
the criteria for eligibility and retention of a TOPS-Tech
scholarship is available on LOSFA Web site at
http://www.losfa.state.la.us/. TOPS scholarship funding at
OLOC will be the weighted average tuition at comparable public
technical and vocational schools.
Rehabilitation (VR) Benefits:
VR helps persons with disabilities obtain skills and other resources
needed to obtain a job, maintain it, and develop a lifetime career.
Students are encouraged to apply if they have a disability which
causes them difficulty in preparing for, finding, or sustaining
employment. Applications for services are accepted at the time an
individual with a disability reaches or nears the minimum age of
legal employability. To be eligible for vocational rehabilitation
services, the individual must:
Have a physical or mental disability which, for the
individual, constitutes or results in a substantial impediment
to employment; and
Be able to benefit from the vocational rehabilitation
services in terms of employment; and
Require vocational rehabilitation services to prepare
for, enter, engage in, or retain gainful employment.
Applications for VR Benefits must be made directly with the Baton
Rouge Vocational Rehabilitation Office at (225) 295-8900.
Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
WIA of 1998 created an integrated "one-stop" system of workforce
investment and education services for adults, dislocated workers,
WIA benefits will be determined based on a student's financial
status and degree program. WIA pays after Federal Pell Grants, FSEOG,
and TOPS awards. Federal Stafford Loans are not taken into
consideration. WIA will pay tuition, fees, and books up to the
maximum program allowance. Funds are disbursed by the Louisiana
Department of Labor to the Bursarís Office.
In order to qualify, a student must complete the following process:
Make an appointment with his/her local workforce board to
meet with a counselor, complete an application, and take any
Pick up a packet from the OLOC Bursar prior to
the appointment. Please give at least four hours notice so
the packet will be ready when you arrive.
Collect documents needed by the workforce board.
Meet with a representative from the workforce board.
For additional information, please contact:
Louisiana Department of Labor
LDOL Scorecard Unit
1001 North 23rd St.
Baton Rouge, LA 70804 -9094
Students who need to withdraw from the College must do so
officially. An official Withdrawal Form must be completed by the
student and authorized officials, and presented to the Office of the
Registrar. Failure to adhere to this procedure will result in the
letter grade "F" for the semester and possible financial obligations
to the College.
Federal regulations require schools participating in Title IV
programs to use specific refund policies when a student who receives
Title IV aid ceases enrollment. When an official withdrawal occurs,
federal aid awards (except Federal Work-study) may be prorated as
follows: the number of calendar days completed during the semester
divided by the number of days in the semester. An adjustment will
not be made for a student that withdraws after 60% of the semester
The amount of Title IV Funds to return to the applicable federal
programs will be determined by using the date that the student
initiates an official withdrawal, the last date of academic related
activity, or the mid-point (unofficial withdrawal) to calculate the
percentage of the enrollment period for which the student did not
complete. Schedule breaks of five or more consecutive days are
excluded. Our Lady of the Lake College will remit the percentage of
unearned Title IV Funds that were disbursed or could have been
disbursed to the federal programs. The funds will be returned no
more than 45 days from the official withdrawal date or, if there is
no official withdrawal date, no more than 45 days from the date of
determination. Our Lady of the Lake College will return the lesser
of the total unearned aid or an amount equal to the institutional
charges multiplied by the percentage of unearned aid. The student
will be responsible for repaying any remaining unearned portion that
was disbursed. Students who did not receive all earned funds may
request a post-withdrawal disbursement.
If funds are released to a student because of a credit balance on
the student's account and the student later withdraws, then he/she
may be required to repay some of the federal aid released.
Order of Return:
Unsubsidized Direct Loan
Subsidized Direct Loan
Direct PLUS Loan (Graduate)
Direct PLUS Loan (Parent)
Federal Pell Grant
Academic Competitiveness Grant
National SMART Grant
Other Title IV Grant Funds
Unofficial Withdrawal Policy for Federal Student Aid Purposes Only
student who stops attending class or leaves the College without
following the official procedures for withdrawal from a course or
resignation from the College is subject to receiving a grade of ďF"
posted on his/her academic record for each course in question and/or
denial of permission to reenter the College.
When a student receives all Fís, Uís, Iís, WUís, or a combination of
these grades for a semester, he or she may be defined as
ďunofficially withdrawn" for Title IV purposes.
At the end of
each term, students who have been identified as unofficially
withdrawn will be notified in writing. The student will have 10
business days to document the last date of attendance, if
If the last date
of attendance cannot be determined, the student is assumed to have
attended 50% of the enrollment period and the Return of Title IV
calculation will be based on this length of attendance. Unofficially
withdrawn students will be billed for resulting institutional
charges and repayments of Federal Student Aid (FSA).
Terms and conditions of all awards are expressed in award letters
and/or on the Our Lady of the Lake College website. All financial
aid awards are contingent upon the student being enrolled at the
College. Our Lady of the Lake College reserves the right to reduce
or rescind award packages to remain in compliance with federal,
state, and/or institutional rules and regulations. Questions
regarding award terms and conditions should be directed to the
Office of Financial Aid.
Financial Aid Funds in Payment of Fees
Most financial aid (scholarships, loans and grants) is disbursed at
the beginning of each semester. The OLOC Bursar applies
financial aid as a direct credit to a student's account.
If a student's financial aid is reduced or eliminated due to
ineligibility determined after registration, the student will be
responsible for paying the financial obligation.
All debts must be satisfied with OLOC prior to disbursement
of a refund. All refunds payable to a student or parent will be
processed through the student's account. Funds that exceed tuition,
fees and other authorized charges will be refunded to the student or
parent in accordance with Title IV federal regulations.
To ensure timely processing and consideration for programs with
limited funding, a student should submit their FAFSA by the dates
Students may review their financial aid records at any time.
Financial aid records are protected in accordance with the Family
Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, as amended.
Students also have the following rights:
Request the amendment of your records to ensure they are
not inaccurate, misleading or otherwise in violation of your
privacy or other rights.
Consent to disclose personally identifiable information
contained in your records, except to the extent that FERPA
authorizes disclosure without consent.
File with the U.S. Department of Education a complaint
alleging failure by the College to comply with requirements of
Obtain a copy of the FERPA policy from the Office of the
Appeal any financial aid award, if special circumstances
You may contact personnel in the Office of Financial Aid
(225) 768-1714 with any questions.
information contained in this section is subject to change, without
notice, in order to comply with federal, state, or institutional
Information regarding employment projections may be reviewed
in the Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.
Campus Security and Crime Statistics:
Information regarding campus security policies and
campus crime statistics is available in the Office of Campus Health
Completion and Graduation Rate: Information regarding completion and graduation rates is
available in the Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention:
concerning prevention of drug and alcohol abuse is available in the
Office of Campus Health and Safety.