where students can earn their Bachelor of General Studies
by designing their degree in a way that suits their unique needs and interests.
Check out hp://universitycollege.louisiana.edu for more informaon.
is considered a --for academic
and other help for students who qualify. The goal of SSS is to increase students’
academic standing, college retenon, and graduaon rates. SSS helps students
make the transion from high school to college and beyond. SSS programs are
federally funded TRIO programs within the Department of Special Services. Find
more informaon about SSS at hps://studentsupport.louisiana.edu.
- Free opportunies for academic development
- Tutoring (no appointment necessary!)
- Academic, nancial and career counseling
- Movaon toward successful degree compleon
- Test Prep Materials (GRE, GMAT, etc.) and other
helpful academic resources
They must meet of the requirements listed below:
- Have nancial need
- First-Generaon College Student
Five SSS programs have experts who oer specialized assistance. These programs are:
- SSS for all majors
- SSS for STEM for cience, echnology, ngineering, and ath majors
- SSS for Educaon majors
- SSS for U.S. Veterans
- SSS for students with a documented disability
Other TRIO programs in DeClouet Hall help students who are at the - (Upward Bound, Upward
Bound Math/Science and Educaonal Talent Search), who want to enroll in college (Veterans Upward
Bound and Educaonal Opportunies Center), and college students who aspire to aend (LS-
LAMP and McNair).
Follow OFYE on
Office of First-Year
106 Lee Hall
230 Hebrard Blvd.
Oce of First-Year Experience
The “How To” to Beginning College
DeClouet Hall, 1st Floor, Rm 104
110 Hebrard Blvd.
Department of Special Services (SSS)
DeClouet Hall, 1st Floor, Rm 106L
110 Hebrard Blvd.
- Student with a disability
- U.S. Military Veteran
- Financial Aid help, like
- FAFSA applicaon quesons and problem-solving
- Grant aid (if eligible)
- Computer Lab Usage (NEW iMACs and Dell PCs)