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    Southeastern Louisiana University

    To be fully admitted to Southeastern, first time freshmen who are graduates of a state approved high school must meet the following criteria:

    1.  Completion of the Board of Regents High School Core Curriculum (See the following website for Core Curriculum: www.selu.edu/future_students/beg_freshman/criteria/index.html#freshmen)


    2.  No  developmental courses needed


    3.  Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)


    4.  Meet ONE of the following criteria:

    ACT composite score of at least 21 OR a core GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale

    NOTE: Students who do not meet the regular admission criteria MAY be admissible through an alternate path. Contact one of our Admissions Counselors at 985-549-5637 or email us at admissions@selu.edu to schedule an appointment to review your options.

    Northshore Technical Community College (NTCC) and Southeastern Louisiana University's (SLU) "Connect to Success" Program
    For students that do not meet SLU's admissions requirements, they now have the opportunity to enroll in NTCC's "Connect to Success" Program and receive a seamless and supportive transfer to Southeastern Louisiana University.  The "Connect to Success" Program has open admissions and offers up to 60 credit hours of transferable college-level coursework in addition to any developmental education courses in Math and English.  For transfer eligibility, a student only needs to complete appropriate developmental education courses, 18 credit hours of transferable college-level coursework that must include College Algebra and English Composition I, and maintain a cumulative college GPA of 2.0.
    For more information, contact April Lavergne at April.Lavergne@northshorecollege.edu or by calling (985) 549-5145.

    Freshman Admission Requirements

    LSU Freshman Admission Requirements

    Prospective freshmen interested in admission to LSU must have a 3.0 unweighted academic GPA based on 19 core units. Additionally, students must meet the ACT or SAT requirement. The ACT requirement consists of a 22 composite score, with an 18 English subscore and a 19 math subscore. The SAT requirement consists of a 1030 critical reading and math composite score, with a 450 critical reading score and a 460 math score.

    Southern University

    Admissions for Beginning Freshmen from Louisiana




    English: I, II, III, IV


    Mathematics: Algebra 1A and Algebra 1B, Geometry, Algebra II, Financial Math, Math Essentials, Advanced Pre-Calculus, Advanced Functions & Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics, Discrete Math, Approved Elective (including approved IBC related course)


    Natural Science:Biology, Chemistry, two (2) units from: Physical Science, integrated Science, Physics I, Physics of Technology I, Aerospace Science, Biology II, Chemistry II, Earth Science, Environmental science, Physics II, Physics of Technology II, Agriscience II, Anatomy and Physiology,


    Social Science: Civics, AP American Government plus Free enterprise (1/2) unit each), World History, world Geography, Western Civilization, AP European History, Law Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Civics (2nd Semester, ½ Unit), African American Studies, 


    Foreign Language/Speech: Two (2) units from single language or 2 units of Speech


    Arts: Fine Arts Survey or 1 unit: Art, Dance, Music, theatre Arts, Applied Arts, 


    Total Core Curriculum Units

    And Minimum Overall High School GPA of 2.0 

    And Require no developmental courses by having a minimum ACT English Score of 18 and Math Score of 19 (SAT Verbal score of 450 and SAT Math Score of 460) 

    And One of the following: core GPA of 2.0 or ACT Composite score of 20 (SAT Composite of 940).

    University of Louisiana at Lafayette 
    Guaranteed Freshman Admissions Requirements: 

    If you are an in-state student applying for freshman admission, you must meet ONE of the following requirements for admission:

    1. Have a core grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale OR
    2. Have an ACT composite score of 23 or 1050 SAT Critical Reading+Math (CR+M)

    ALL applicants must additionally meet all of the following:

    • Require NO remedial courses:
      • Have at least 18 English ACT (450 SAT Critical Reading/Verbal) and 19 math ACT (460 SAT Math)
        • If English ACT less than 18, must successfully complete remedial English no later than the summer semester immediately following high school graduation
        • If math ACT less than 19, must successfully complete remedial math no later than the summer semester immediately following high school graduation
    • Complete the Louisiana Board of Regents high school Core 4 curriculum (19 units)
    • Have at least a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
    Delgado Community College
    See this link for information on admissions to Delgado:  http://www.dcc.edu/departments/admissions/first-time-freshman/
    Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) 
    A required ACT sub score of Math (19) and English (18) are acceptable for Math and English placement.
    LSU and BRCC's Tiger Bridge Program
    The Tiger Bridge Program is an academic opportunity that combines the on-campus living experience unique to LSU, with the smaller class setting of Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC).  After successful completion of the one-year program at BRCC (30 or more hours of courses and a 2.5 GPA in those transferable courses, including English and Math), students will fully transfer to LSU for their sophomore year coursework and beyond.  Students who apply to LSU as a first-time freshmen in the fall semester (immediately following high school graduation) and do not meet University admissions standards may be invited to the Tiger Bridge Program.  For more information, visit http://www.tigerbridge.lsu.edu .
    Tulane Science Scholars Program
    he Tulane Science Scholars Program (TSSP) is a selective program for high school students who have exceptional talent in the sciences and mathematics. Starting in Summer 2014, the TSSP program is now a residential program and students will have the option to live on campus in a dormitory for an additional fee.  The refund policy on TSSP courses is with 3 weeks notice - 100% refund, with 2 weeks notice - 50% refund, 1 week notice - 25% refund, and less than a week - no refund. If you have any questions regarding the refund policy, please contact tssp@tulane.edu.
    **Below is a listing of all Louisiana colleges and universities.
    To explore their admission requirements and to obtain more information regarding that school, click the link to go  their website. 
    Louisiana Public Colleges and Universities 
    Grambling State University - www.gram.edu  
    Louisiana State University-Alexandria - www.lsua.edu 
    Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge - www.lsu.edu   
    Louisiana State University- Eunice - www.lsue.edu  
    Louisiana State University - Health Science Center New Orleans - www.lsuhsc.edu  
    Louisiana State University - Health Science Center Shreveport - www.sh.lsuhsc.edu/index.html   
    Louisiana State University Shreveport - www.lsus.edu  
    Louisiana Tech University - www.latech.edu  
    McNeese State University - www.mcneese.edu 
    Nicholls State University - www.nicholls.edu  
    Northwestern State University - www.nsula.edu  
    Southeastern Louisiana University - www.selu.edu 
    Southern University - Baton Rouge - www.subr.edu   
    Southern University - New Orleans - www.suno.edu 
    Southern University - Shreveport - www.susla.edu 
    University of New Orleans - www.uno.edu  
    University of Louisiana at Monroe - www.ulm.edu  
    Louisiana Private Colleges:
    Centenary College - www.centenary.edu  
    Dillard University - www.dillard.edu 
    Louisiana College - www.lacollege.edu 
    Loyola University - www.loyno.edu 
    New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary - www.nobts.edu 
    Our Lady of Holy Cross College - www.olhcc.edu 
    Our Lady of the Lake College - www.ololcollege.edu/   
    St. Joseph Seminary College - www.sjasc.edu 
    Tulane University - www.tulane.edu  
    Xavier University - www.xula.edu   
    Louisiana Community and Technical Colleges
    Baton Rouge Community College - www.mybrcc.edu 
    Bossier Parish Community College - www.bpcc.edu   
    Delgado Community College - www.dcc.edu 
    Louisiana Delta Community College - www.ladeltacc.la.us 
    Nunez Community College - www.nunez.edu 
    River Parishes Community College - www.rpcc.edu 
    South Louisiana Community College - www.slcc.cc.la.us 
    L.E. Fletcher Technical Community College - www.ftcc.edu  
    Sowela Technical Community College - www.sowela.edu  
    Louisiana Technical College - www.ltc.edu 
    Louisiana Proprietary Schools
    American School of Business - www.americanschoolofbusiness.com  
    Aveda Institute - www.avedainstitutes.com 
    Ayers Career College - www.ayers.edu 
    Career Technical College - www.careertc.com 
    Crescent City School of Gaming & Bartending - www.crescentschools.com   
    Culinary Institute of New Orleans - www.ci-no.com 
    Delta School of Business & Technology - www.deltatech.edu 
    Diesel Driving Academy - http://dda.edu   
    ITI Technical College - http://iticollege.edu/ 
    Medvance Institute - www.medvance.edu 
    Remington College - www.remingtoncollege.edu   
    South Louisiana Beauty College - www.slbc-houma.com/   
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