Celebrating

Earning

Ragin'

Something extra. That's what Lagniappe Week is all about. Each spring, students take a break from studying with fun activities: canoe races in Cypress Lake, the annual lake jump and a crawfish boil.

Celebrating

Earning

Ragin'

Our Ring Ceremony celebrates the bond between all UL graduates. Students and past graduates are presented with the rings they ordered by President Savoie during the ceremony.

The night before the ceremony, the rings are loaded onto a custom-built metal pirogue to spend the night on the water, guarded by students. Watch highlights of the 2013 spring ceremony.

Celebrating

Earning

Ragin'

Whether you graduated in 1963 or 2014, Homecoming gives Ragin’ Cajuns a perfect opportunity to reconnect with campus. During Homecoming Week, students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans can take part in activities such as Paint the Town Red, Yell Like Hell, an alumni tennis or golf tournament, or the Ragin’ Road Race.

October 22nd, 2014

Madeleine Ortte will reign as 2014 Homecoming queen

Madeleine Claire Ortte of Thibodaux, La., will reign as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s 2014 Homecoming... Read More ➝
October 22nd, 2014

Smart Festival kicks off with Science Day for high school students

The Ray P. Authement College of Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will host a Science Day on Friday... Read More ➝
October 21st, 2014

Water ski team places second in national championships

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s water ski team placed second in the United States recently. It competed in... Read More ➝
October 24th, 2014

UL Lafayette World Cup

feedOne and Chi Alpha Campus Ministry presents the UL World Cup. We are wanting to see which country has the best... Read More ➝
October 24th, 2014

Science Meets Art (SMART) Festival: Mysteries of the Brain

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette, in partnership with the Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise (LITE)... Read More ➝