Finances in College
Please visit the Bursar’s website for payment
information where you can learn about
dierent methods of payment and how to
become an authorized user so you can pay
tuition. Any questions regarding TOPS or
nancial aid will be handled through the Oce
of Financial Aid. The oce can be reached
by phone at 337-482-6506 or by email at
email@example.com. Any questions regarding
scholarships should be handled directly
through the Oce of Scholarships; their oce
can be reached at 337-482-6515 or by email at
The University Bookstore, located in the
Student Union and at the intersection of Rex
Street and St. Mary Boulevard, will oer any
textbook required for a class at UL Lafayette.
The Bookstore allows students to rent or buy
used textbooks to help with the costs. We
suggest using caution when buying textbooks
prior to the rst day of class, as some books
are not required.
The University’s Academic Calendar contains
important dates including rst day of classes,
add/drop date, student holidays, and more.
View the calendar for each semester.
The Cajun Card will be the most important
thing in your student’s wallet during their time
at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
First and foremost, it serves as their student
ID. But the Cajun Card is also your student’s
free season pass to all Ragin’ Cajun® home
games (subject to availability), gives your
student admission to campus events, is their
library card, meal card, building, lab, and
parking pass, and gets your student discounts
at tons of dierent stores and restaurants around
In addition to all that, your student can load it up
with Cajun Cash and use it like a debit card on
campus and at a select list of o-campus favorite
shops. Visit the website for more information.
Students will receive their Cajun Card at
Student Health Services
• Located on campus
• By appointment only (call 337-482-1293)
• Open during semester breaks and University
administrative oce hours
• Care for minor illnesses, injuries, or stable
• Some minor surgeries and procedures
• Physical exams
• Women’s health
• Some immunizations
• Allergy shots
• IV Therapy
• Limited prescription medications
Call 337-482-1293 to make an appointment. See
their website for more information.
In order to be fully admitted to UL Lafayette, all
students must submit a Proof of Immunization
Compliance form. Failure to submit immunization
records will hold students from scheduling
classes for the fall semester at orientation. For
immunization questions, please see the Health
Services web page. You may contact the Student
Health Services by phone at (337) 482-1328 or by
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.