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The online degree programs are designed for working adults who previously attended, but did not finish college. The courses are taught online in 4, 8 or 16-week formats and include the same amount of material that is taught in a regular semester. Not only must you qualify to meet the degree requirements, you must also have the dedication and interest in participating in online learning.
eULM courses are 100% online—a new way of learning for many people. To find out whether online learning is for you, we encourage you to visit www.yourcallla.org/e-learning to assess your readiness for online learning, your goals, and your learning preferences.
Tuition for online courses in the eULM degree programs is the same as the tuition for on-campus courses. For non-Louisiana residents, the out-of-state fees are waived for the online degree student.
Click here to visit ULM's Office of the Controller Web site. Fee schedules for each semester (Fall, Spring, Summer I and Summer II) are available as a PDF download.
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Financial aid comes in the form of grants or loans.
Additionally, many businesses and industries provide tuition reimbursement programs – check with your Human Resources Department about these possible opportunities.
This first step in applying for financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The key to the financial aid process is to apply early! Learn more by visiting the financial aid office site at finaid.ulm.edu. The FAFSA and all other application documents must be completed to determine eligibility.
As stated in FAQ #5, it is important you apply for financial aid as early as possible. Begin the process now by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online.
Yes. ULM accepts credits from other accredited colleges and universities. Some credits may be transferable and count toward your degree.
If you fax an unofficial copy of your transcript to 318-342-3542 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, noting the degree in which you are interested and including your email address, we will evaluate your transcript and get back to you.
IF YOU ARE . . . a transfer student, re-admitted and undergraduate student, or a international student, you can complete an application online at www.ulm.edu/enrollment/admissions.html.
IF YOU ARE . . . a college graduate and wish to apply for an online Masters degree, you may apply at www.ulm.edu/gradschool/admis.html
If you have any trouble with the online application, contact us at 318-342-3347 or toll free at 1-800-856-6654.
The immunization form is required for all students attending ULM. As a student of the University, it is required of you as well.
You will note in the instructions for completing the form that you may complete the exemption portion of the form stating you are an online student. Completion of this form is a requirement for your admission. Once completed, you can fax the form to (318) 342-5239.
Three years of previous work experience is a requirement for admission to the online RN to BSN undergraduate degree program. The insight and knowledge gained from your work experiences are a key component to your success in this program.
Your résumé provides us a quick look at those experiences and the employer verification form is another vital piece of documentation. The purpose behind collecting this admission information is to help ensure your success in the program, should you be admitted.
You can download the RN to BSN Program Employement Verification Form as a PDF.
If you have worked full-time in the past or part-time for a number of years, you can apply to the program. We will look at the employer verification form and your resume to determine your eligibility.
The program was not designed for students coming to college directly from high school; it is for adults with some work experience.
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ULM is excited to offer a number of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) options. You may choose to test out of a particular course by taking a nationally standardized exam such as CLEP or DSST.
Specific courses also offer challenge or skills exams as an option to taking the course. Portfolio assessment will be available in the future.
The answer to this question depends on a few factors. Whether or not you will have to take a placement test will be determined upon review of your previous educational history.
There are some online courses that are open to the entire campus population, but others are reserved for those students admitted to and enrolled in an online degree program.
ULM's Office of Admissions is the first step to admissions into the eULM program. You have to meet admission requirements and be admitted to ULM before you can apply.