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Browse on the Bayou

A collage of images from past Browse on the Bayou events, including a tour guide talking to a group, students exploring the Student Organization Fair, a woman taking a photo of a girl posing in front of a hawk wing mural

Browse on the Bayou

Saturday, March 19

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Campus Tours, Student Organization Fair, College Q&As, and Lunch on the Bayou

Register now!

Browse on the Bayou is a special campus preview day designed with high school students and transfer students in mind.

At Browse on the Bayou, you will explore ULM's beautiful campus, discover academic opportunities, and meet students and professors in the Warhawk family. Whether you are a high school student or a transfer from another college, you are bound to learn something new about student life, financial aid, and more.

Parents are encouraged to attend the event with their student. Browse on the Bayou is free to all students and parents who attend. Come to Browse and see for yourself that The Best Is On The Bayou.

Browse on the Bayou is limited to the first 300 students, so register today!


Detailed Schedule

9 - 9:30 a.m.
Check in at Warhawk Circle. Look for the large, bronze Warhawk sculpture at the corner of Mitchell Street and Bayou Drive near the Library.

9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Welcome Address at Scott Plaza.

10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Campus Tours

10:45 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.; 11:20 - 11:45 a.m.; 11:55 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.
Three Rotating Sessions:
Academic Browse in the Hangar
Money Matters in the Kitty Degree Auditorium
Organizational Browse in the Quad

12:30 p.m.
Free Lunch at Bayou Park

Optional Activities:

1:00 p.m.
Residential Life Tours and Activity Center Tour

1:30 p.m.
Pharmacy Tour

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People mingle at booths and tables in the quad on ULM's campus. A banner hanging from the library in the background reads "The Best is on the Bayou."A student stands in front of a mural with wings. A woman takes her picture.A Hawkseeker tour guide stands in front of a group of students on a ULM campus tour.


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is invited to Browse on the Bayou?

All high school students and transfer students are invited to Browse on the Bayou.

Do I have to register for Browse on the Bayou?

Yes. Space is limited to the first 300 students, so register today to reserve your spot.

Can I bring a guest with me to Browse on the Bayou?

Yes, students can bring one guest with them to Browse on the Bayou.

Does Browse on the Bayou cost money?

No, Browse on the Bayou is completely free to our guests who register in advance. Students will also receive a complimentary lunch, t-shirt, and ticket to the baseball game.

What do I wear to Browse on the Bayou?

Browse on the Bayou is a casual event, so wear what you makes you feel your best. Wear comfortable walking shoes since you will be exploring our beautiful campus throughout the day.

I'm coming from out of town. How do I get to ULM's campus?

ULM's beautiful campus is conveniently located off US-165, just 2 miles north of Interstate-20 in Monroe, Louisiana.

If taking I-20, visitors traveling from the both the east and the west will exit the interstate at 118B to US-165. Drive approximately 2 miles north and turn right on Northeast Drive, which takes you through the gates of campus.

If taking US-165 from the south, drive north to Monroe. Turn right on Northeast Drive, which takes you through the gates of campus.

If taking US-165 from the north, drive south to Monroe. Turn left on Northeast Drive, which takes you through the gates of campus.

For hotel and dining accommodations, visit Discover Monroe-West Monroe's website.

Where do I park?

You may park anywhere on campus. All parking is available to visitors on weekends.

Map of ULM's campus for Browse


Schedule a personal tour.

Can't make Browse on the Bayou, but still want to visit ULM's campus? Schedule a personal tour! Our friendly Hawkseekers are current ULM students who will give you a private, one-on-one tour. On your tour, you will see classrooms, Residential Halls, and the beautiful Bayou Desiard which runs through the heart of campus.

Schedule a personal tour today.

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