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On the northeast corner of campus, you'll find the Century Oaks, which President Stephens planted in 1901. And just like the oaks, the University has grown.

Student enrollment is at a record high, graduation rates are climbing, and research funding tops $150 million annually.

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When Dr. Edwin Stephens became the University's first president in 1900, the Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute had no campus, faculty, or students.

Over the next 37 years, he built the foundation for what would become the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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As we grow, we're making sure to stay true to our roots. We celebrate life through festivals and our annual campus-wide crawfish boil.

Plus, we remember our rich history through academic programs, like traditional music and Francophone studies, and through research to find our ancestors' original settlements.

April 2nd, 2020

University to offer flat-rate tuition for students studying fully online

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will move to flat-rate, per-credit-hour tuition for students enrolled fully... Read More ➝
April 2nd, 2020

The show must go on: Canceled recital livestreamed to big audience

When the COVID-19 outbreak forced the cancellation of senior music recitals, some UL Lafayette students postponed... Read More ➝
April 1st, 2020

Nursing instructor: Knowing medical history helps COVID-19 screening

Like most health care professionals, Monique Gary, an instructor in the College of Nursing and Allied Health... Read More ➝

Student Research

UL Lafayette is launching its new Quality Enhancement Plan — Advance: Student Research Experience.

Through Advance, students will have more opportunities for mentored research, innovative projects and creative endeavors.

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