Browse the following campus offices and departments to find the assistance you need to succeed.
- Academic Affairs
- Office of Disability Services
- Office of First-Year Experience
- Office of International Affairs
- Office of Student Engagement and Leadership
- Office of Veteran Services
- Student Affairs
- TRIO Programs
- Academic Support Services
Academic Affairs works with faculty to promote on campus learning environment that enhances student outcomes by further developing academic programs. The Provost/VPAA is responsible for development of academic programs in collaboration with Deans, department heads, faculty, staff and students. Academic Affairs works to foster the integration of research in academic programs to promote undergraduate research opportunities and support faculty research. The provost/VPAA works with faculty to grow distance and online course delivery opportunities to serve a broader audience locally, regionally, and nationally. Academic Affairs strives to develop strategies to support faculty development, and to promote faculty engagement in academic governance. Visit Academic Affairs Division, Office of the Provost.
ODS at UL Lafayette is dedicated to ensuring nondiscrimination and equal access to all programs, services, and activities for qualified students with disabilities. Students with disabilities have access and opportunities to engage in the full range of experiences available to all students at UL Lafayette including curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities. We are committed to working with students, staff, and faculty in developing and implementing the most appropriate strategies for a successful learning experience while maintaining the academic standards and integrity of the mission of the university. See more at the Office of Disability Services.
First-Year Experience is here to help you start your new life as a university student off right! The Cajun culture is famous for its welcoming spirit and our mission is nothing short of making UL Lafayette feel like home. We have lots of events planned for you to help introduce you to your new classmates, the campus, and the best our colorful region has to offer. Visit the Office of First-Year Experience.
Our campus enrolls a diverse student body each year from all 50 states and international students and scholars from 98 countries. We offer students a high-quality education at an affordable cost. Our office is committed to providing culturally-sensitive services to our international students and scholars. We service our international population through orientations, advising, and immigration services. See more at Office of International Affairs.
The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership exists to promote the benefits of student involvement as a co-curricular learning experience. Additionally, our office exists to support our 190+ registered student organizations through through workshops, retreats, training seminars, and more. Our staff can provide advice to students seeking ways to get involved, and provide leadership training and resources for student organization members, officers, and advisors. Visit the Office of Student Engagement & Leadership.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the Office of Veteran Services proudly supports those who have served our country. Many of the men and women who have military service, and their family members, qualify for education benefits—because the military knows that furthering your education will help you on your path to success. The mission of our office is to help you obtain the benefits you need to reach your educational goals and to offer guidance along the way. See more at Office of Veteran Services.
Student Affairs creates a nurturing, student-centered environment focused on helping you succeed, connect to the UL Lafayette community, and prepare for life after college. Our 16 offices offer resources, services, and opportunities for you to actively engage in the campus community while developing Ragin' Cajun pride. Visit Student Affairs Division.
The federal TRIO programs are designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. While student financial aid programs help students overcome financial barriers to higher education, TRIO Programs help students overcome class, social, academic and cultural barriers to higher education. Services and eligibility vary by program. TRIO serves students from middle school to post baccalaureate programs. See more at Department of Special Services.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette recognizes that academic advising is a critical component of the educational experience and the success of its undergraduate students. Through individual and collaborative relationships with academic advisors, students are best able to define and implement sound educational plans that are consistent with their personal values, goals, and career plans. A broad network of University professionals, faculty, staff, and students exists in support of the University’s mission to provide access, opportunity, and success for all students. Visit Academic Support Services.