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June 20, 2008

Final PREP session to occur June 25 - 26

The University of Louisiana at Monroe's Preview, Registration and Enrollment Program (PREP) will conduct its final session
June 25-26.

PREP is a two-day program designed to help new students make a smooth transition to college life. All incoming freshmen are required to attend one of the PREP sessions, during which they select fall classes, scope out the campus, and meet fellow classmates. The participants also meet with faculty and administrators, take necessary placement exams, change majors if needed, and make course selections. The students will leave PREP with a completed schedule of classes for the fall semester.

Placement testing, CLEP testing, and Foreign Language Placement testing will be offered the day prior to PREP. Individuals may register for exams when registering for PREP. For more information, go to:

There is a nonrefundable registration fee of $65 for PREP. The fee covers orientation materials, meals and entertainment while in the program. The cost for housing during PREP is $15 per night. (Please note an additional $50 room deposit is due at the time of check-in.)

Sessions are limited in size and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information and to register online, please visit the PREP website at

Individuals may also contact the PREP Hotline at (318) 342-7315 or (800) 372-5127 or by email at

The Parent Orientation Program coincides with PREP and allows parents the opportunity to see firsthand where students will live, eat and socialize. Parents will also be able to speak with faculty and staff.

The fee for POP is $35 for a single guest or two guests for $60, and $15 each for children under 12. The fee covers the cost of orientation materials and meals while in the program. All fees are nonrefundable. Housing is available; interested parents may make a reservation whenever they register for POP.

For more information, please visit the POP website at

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