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Deadline for Displaced Students 11:30 a.m. Today

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Students displaced by Hurricane Katrina have until 11:30 a.m. today to enroll at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. They can report to the Admissions Office on the third floor of Martin Hall to fill out an application.

Classes are at capacity along with housing accommodations for students. In many classes, testing begins today and into this week.

“ We’re happy to have been able to accommodate so many of our neighbors, but now our class sections are filled with this influx of new students,” said Dan Rosenfield, dean of Enrollment Management.

Some of the other universities in Louisiana are still capable of accepting displaced students. For information on these universities in the state, please visit the Louisiana Board of Regents website at http://www.regents.state.la.us.