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With a reputation for offering a private-college atmosphere at a public university, Louisiana Tech University, a selective admissions university, is dedicated to challenging its students through the efforts of caring faculty members who are passionate about teaching, advising, and research.

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In today’s workforce, a bachelor’s degree (and in some instances a graduate degree) is considered a minimum qualification for nearly all professional-level occupations.

Without a college education, there is a limit to how much a person will be able to earn and, perhaps more importantly, there is a limit to the long-term impact a person will be able to make on our society.

US Bureau of Labor Statistics say that the average college graduate (with a bachelor’s degree) earns nearly twice that of the high school graduate.

Over a lifetime, that college graduate will earn almost $1 million more than the high school graduate.

The US Department of Education’s Think College Early study says that students at a public four-year college pay an average of $8,655 per year for tuition, room and board, but will earn almost $1 million more than the high school graduate. Quite a return on investment!!

The Institute for Higher Education says that college graduates enjoy higher levels of savings, increased personal/professional mobility, improved quality of life for immediate families, better consumer decision-making skills, and more opportunities for leisure activities.

US Bureau of Labor Statistics say that the average college graduate (with a bachelor’s degree) is half as likely to encounter unemployment during his/her career.

The value of a college diploma is not fixed. An institution’s reputation is largely derived from the quality of its students and the success and contributions of its graduates. Top Students + Superior Academics = Louisiana Tech University!

With great accomplishment comes great responsibility. Louisiana Tech is looking for talented and highly motivated students (such as you) to become the leaders of tomorrow. YOU CAN make a world of difference!

All great innovations and discoveries begin with a singular idea and a singular idea begins with one person. In essence, all great things can begin with you; one person with an idea that could change the world.

Louisiana Tech University adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal and civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status or disability.

Title IX Coordinator: Carrie Flournoy
Executive Assistant, Title IX & Compliance Coordinator
President's Office, Wyly Tower 1620
Phone: (318) 257-3785
Email: flournoy@latech.edu

Section 504 Coordinator: Dr. Linda Griffin
Dean of Student Development
Keeny Hall 305
Phone: (318) 257-2445
Email: lgriffin@latech.edu