Whether you’re considering transferring to another university/college or have already decided to do so, you will need information about the institution to which you will transfer. For example, you will at some point have questions about the transfer institution’s admission requirements and procedures, degree programs, courses, etc. Most of this information can be found on the transfer institution’s Web site. The links that follow are designed to help you easily locate these web sites.
If you’ve already chosen the desired transferring college/university, scan the list below and visit the school of your choice.
Louisiana Colleges/Universities — Alphabetical Listing
Baton Rouge Community College
Bossier Parish Community College
Delgado Community College
Grambling State University
L. E. Fletcher Technical Community College
Louisiana Delta Community College
LSU Agricultural and Mechanical College
LSU at Alexandria
LSU at Eunice
LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center-Shreveport
LSU in Shreveport
McNeese State University
Nicholls State University
Northwestern State University
Nunez Community College
Our Lady of Holy Cross College
Our Lady of the Lake College – Now FranU!
South Louisiana Community College
Southeastern Louisiana University
Southern University and A&M College
Southern University at New Orleans
Southern University at Shreveport
SOWELA Technical Community College
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
University of Louisiana at Monroe
University of New Orleans
Two- and Four-Year Colleges/Universities across the Country
Interested in studying in another state? Use these links to find web sites for colleges/universities throughout the United States.
- American Universities and Colleges – College, university home pages
- United States Education – Community college listing
Western Governors University
Maybe you know what you want to study, but you don’t know which colleges and universities offer a related program. If this is the case, online college finders can help. These web sites allow you to search for colleges by major (as well as other program features such as size, location, etc.).
Professional organizations are another way to identify colleges and universities that offer a specific degree program. Many of these organizations include on their web sites lists of college/universities that offer degree program(s) necessary for entry into their field. For example, if a person wanting to become a dietitian visits the American Dietetic Association’s web site, he/she will find a listing of universities offering related programs. Use the web sites below to find professional organizations specific to your career field.
Council for Higher Education Accreditation – Provides directories of specialized and professional accrediting organizations.
O*Net Online – Lists career links by major, including related professional organizations.