Entrée students are those admitted to a special non-degree program for those wishing to take graduate courses for personal or professional knowledge. Entrée students must possess a baccalaureate degree. Students enrolled in Entrée status can make no progress toward completion of a graduate degree while in Entrée. Entrée students may schedule undergraduate as well as graduate courses. However, some GRADUATE courses are NOT open to Entrée students. It is the responsibility of the applicant to inquire into the availability of classes. No more than two courses taken in Entrée status may be applied toward a future graduate degree. The Entrée program should not be used to circumvent Graduate School admissions regulations. Entrée is limited to United States citizens or permanent residents. Entrée students are NOT eligible for financial aid.
- Entrée application (Apply Online - after logging in, select the "Graduate Studies Non-Degree" option)
- Application fee
- Official transcript showing applicant earned a bachelor's degree
- English language proficiency official test scores if applicable
Note that any program of study that does not lead to a degree or certificate awarded by UL Lafayette is not eligible for financial aid.