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|Summer I Wednesday, April 7 – Thursday, June 2
Summer II Wednesday, April 7 – Wednesday, July 6
|NOTE: The following students must submit a new application for admission and pay an application fee:|
|1. Students who have graduated and plan to re-enroll.|
|2. A student’s application and fee are valid for only the term selected on the application or the following semester when a term request for is submitted (www.ulm.edu/admissions/ - attending or enrolling in one or both summer sessions is considered participation in a term.|
|3. Any student attending another institution since their last ULM enrollment.|
2016 FALL TERM
|Special Groups • Wed - Thur, April 20, 21.|
| Graduates, Seniors and
Professional Pharmacy • Monday, April 25.
|Freshmen • Tuesday, April 26.|
|Sophomores and Juniors • Wednesday, April 27.|
|All eligible students • Thursday, April 28
and continues to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, August 11.
Please visit the REGISTRAR WEB SITEhttp://www.ulm.edu/registrar/ to complete and submit the degree application form.
Apply to receive your degree by logging in to Self Service Banner. The Online Graduation Application Instructions give you step-by-step directions for applying.
Regular Application Period: March 7 – April 15
Regular Materials Due to Registrar's Office: April 29
Late Application Period: June 1-7
Late Materials Due to Registrar's Office: June 10
Regular Application Period: April 25 – July 15
Regular Materials Due to Registrar's Office: July 29
Late Application Period: August 22 - 28
Late Materials Due to Registrar's Office: September 2
Regular Application Period: Sept. 6 – Nov. 15
Regular Materials Due to Registrar's Office: Nov. 30
Late Application Period: January 17 - 22
Late Materials Due to Registrar's Office: January 27
Recommend completing before registration so that you will not forget.
If you know of anyone expecting to graduate, please pass along this information.
In Fall 2014, ULM developed two co-requisite courses, MATH 1000 and ENGL 1000, for students with
an ACT-Math subscore of 17 or 18 or an ACT English subscore of 16 or 17. It was found
that students who enrolled in MATH 1000 or ENGL 1000 achieved a high rate of success
in their accompanying MATH 1009 or ENGL 1001 courses.
In order to continue this program, ULM recommends following Board of Regents stipulations.
FTFTF (first time full time freshman) students with a Math ACT of 17 or 18 -or- an English ACT English of 16 or 17 MUST enroll in: 1) MATH 1000/MATH 1009 or ENGL 1000/ENGL 1001 during their first semester at the university, and 2) the follow-up course the next semester.
Math ACT of 19 or above • Core Math
Math ACT of 17 or 18 • MATH 1000/MATH 1009 pair (*required first semester)
Math ACT of 16 or below • MATH 0093 (*required, This course will no longer be taught by ULM faculty.)
English ACT of 18 or above • Core English Composition
English ACT of 16 or 17 • ENGL 1000/ENGL 1009 pair (*required first semester)
English ACT of 15 or below • ENGL 0090 (*required, This course will no longer be taught by ULM faculty.)
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