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Associated Press
Louisiana Spotlight: No good news expected from revenue panel

Associated Press
Analysis: Forecast changes expected to worsen budget picture

Associated Press
Colleges negotiating for ways to lessen budget cuts

Baton Rouge
Lawmakers looking for ways to balance the budget

Baton Rouge
LITE works to become self-sufficient, keep up product development as state funding ends,

Baton Rouge
Renovations underway for new IT business; expected to draw young professionals downtown

Baton Rouge
‘Little things’ could mean state tax savings

Baton Rouge
Middle school kids imagine cities of future in competition at LSU

Baton Rouge
Thousands turn out for Bobby Jindal's prayer rally at LSU; students, activists protest too

Houma/Thibodaux
Nicholls’ business dean resigns for new job

Houma/Thibodaux
Nicholls president: Too early to worry about cuts

Lafayette
Price plunge aside, oil people look to next opportunity

Lafayette
Committee report: UL admin, faculty need to work together

Lafayette
Editorial: Lawmakers need to find their voice and courage

Lafayette
We cannot afford to diminish what TOPS does for Louisiana

Lafayette
What is Jindal's real agenda in crippling higher ed?

Lake Charles
McNeese staff to offer financial aid workshops

Lake Charles
Budget crisis is annual affair

Lake Charles
$10,000 donation for McNeese Banners

Monroe
ULM professor pens Native American history text

Monroe
Treasurer: Cuts would gut higher ed; cause mass layoffs

Monroe
Second annual mock trial jamboree at ULM Saturday

Monroe
GSU college to sponsor mock law school class

Monroe
Breaking the cycle of generational poverty

Monroe
Science program trains students for high-demand jobs

Monroe
Hanson: Delta unphased by pending cuts

Natchitoches
Henderson responds to budget cut speculations

New Orleans
A fresh start for New Orleans schools: Editorial


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Please explore this site to find out about all of your choices and then begin the application process. Most colleges and universities now have online applications, which will make it easy for you to apply to a number of institutions.

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Admission Standards Increasing


The Board of Regents approved new four-year university admission requirements starting in 2012:

  • high school grade-point average of 2.0 in CORE classes.

  • a 20 composite score on the ACT.

  • no remedial or developmental courses (begins 2014).

  • take the Regents high school core curriculum.



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    Higher Education
    Budget Cuts

    (Millions)
    AmountPercent

    Mid Year 2008-09 $ 55 14.3 %
    2009-10 $ 106 27.5 %
    Mid Year 2009-10 $ 76 19.7 %
    Mid Year 2010-11 $ 35 9.1 %
    Mid Year 2011-12 $ 50 13 %
    2nd Mid Year 2011-12 $ 25 6.5 %
    2012-13 $ 16 4.2 %
    2012-13 $ 22 5.7 %

    Total$ 385 million
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    Baton Rouge Community College
    Bossier Parish Community College
    Centenary
    Delgado Community College
    Dilliard
    Grambling State University
    Holy Cross
    LE Fletcher Technical Community College
    Louisiana College
    Louisiana Delta Community College
    Louisiana State University A&M
    Louisiana State University at Alexandria
    Louisiana State University at Eunice
    Louisiana State University at Shreveport
    Louisiana Tech University
    Louisiana Technical College
    Loyola
    LSU Medical Center in New Orleans
    McNeese State University
    Nicholls State University
    NO Baptist
    Northwestern State University
    Nunez Community College
    Our Lady of the Lake
    River Parishes Community College
    South Louisiana Community College
    Southeastern Louisiana University
    Southern University A&M
    Southern University New Orleans
    Southern University Shreveport
    Sowela Technical Community College
    St. Joseph
    Tulane
    University of Louisiana at Lafayette
    University of Louisiana at Monroe
    University of New Orleans
    Xavier
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