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Welcome to the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences

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We offer the skills and knowledge you need for some of the most rewarding careers in the world.

We are a vital part of the university, serving students across a broad spectrum of disciplines and offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at every level. In the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences, we are dedicated to the unique success and academic excellence of each and every student who walks through our doors.

We are made up of four academic units: the School of Education, dedicated to the preparation of outstanding teachers; the School of Humanities, studying the nuance and significance of history, languages, and communication; the School of Sciences, searching for solutions to problems in the natural world; and the School of Visual and Performing Arts, where vibrant performances and artwork challenge and inspire us. 

Our outstanding faculty and staff offer a supportive learning environment dedicated to preparing highly qualified professionals to meet the workforce demands of the community, the region and beyond. 

Recent College News

University Week Aug. 9-13: ULM focusing on fall semester

The Week of Welcome for students is Aug. 14-20. Look for the schedule of events to come. Classes begin Monday, Aug. 16. The public is invited to be part of the Warhawk momentum and attend the events open to the public, marked with an asterisk.

Grand Isle highlight of ULM biology students' summer study of flora and fauna

Louisiana, the Sportsman's Paradise, and the biologist's dream landscape. In the subtropical climate, three habitats thrive - forests, grasslands, and marshes. In the summer of 2011, University of Louisiana Monroe field biology students ditched flip-flops for rubber boots and trekked into the wild, following professors of biology, John Carr, Ph.D., and Kim Tolson, Ph.D.

Students Carl Whitlock, Earnest Wyatt attend Black Male Summit as R.L. Lewis Scholars

A delegation from the University of Louisiana Monroe participated in the inaugural Universities of Louisiana Black Male Summit at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette to celebrate and exchange innovative strategies concerning Black men in higher education. ULM students Carl Whitlock and Earnest Wyatt were selected as R.F. Lewis Scholars as part of the BMS. Each of the nine universities in the University of Louisiana System chose two students for the honor.



Spring 2017 Initiation of Sigma Delta Pi

PHOTOS: Science Fair & Engineering

The Region III Science & Engineering 

Lambda Sigma Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi 

French Film Festival continues Sring 2017

KEDM Annual Meeting & State of the Station 

Friends of KEDM Beer Tasting 

Power Up! Girl Scout's Summer Camp (photos)



The Hawkeye

Award-winning and student-operated news outlet 

Museum of Natural History

Recently inducted into Louisiana's Heroes and Heritage Trail, the museum is a resource for scientists and the general public.

91X- Radio

91X is a student-operated radio broadcast service
of the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences
from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.