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Collegiate Program

Collegiate Admissions Program

available year-round, including summer sessions

The Collegiate Admissions Program provides an opportunity for exceptional high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to earn college credit. Applications for the Collegiate Admissions Program are available online, through high school guidance counselors or the ULM Office of Recruitment/Admissions. Classes are taught on the ULM campus.



students must be:

• a high school junior or senior

• pursuing the Regents Core 4 Curriculum

• have a minimum ACT subscore of
18 in English or 19 in mathematics

• have a minimum 3.0 cumulative gpa

• meet all course prerequisites


Students who have a 2.5-2.9 cumulative gpa will be considered for admission if they have an ACT composite score of 23 or higher.

Students participating in the collegiate program are not allowed to receive talent grants, academic scholarships or dependent fee waivers.

Tuition for students enrolled in Collegiate Program classes will be $150 per course. There is an additional $50 fee for related course requirements.

Students participating in the collegiate program are limited to a maximum of six (6) hours per semester for a total of 6 semesters, exclusive of summer sessions.

For steps to enrollment and related Collegiate Program documents, see the Collegiate Program Checklist below.

Please note: changes in the student's schedule (adding/dropping) require the student to contact ULM's Scholarship Office and collegiate grades will affect your TOPS awards and college GPA.



1. ULM Collegiate Program Application

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2. Submit $20 Application Fee (check or money order)


3. Recommendation from high school principal, with principal’s original signature*

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4. Proof of Immunization Complainace Form (if medical records are not current, complete the top section on the form and the exemption section at the bottom, giving a reason for the exemption.)

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5. Copy of Social Security card


6. Class Selection Form with guidance counselor's AND parent(s) original signature*

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6a. List of Suggested Courses: for student reference only

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7. Official ACT or SAT scores


8. High School Transcript


9. Transcript Request Form to request your transcript be sent to your high school upon completing your coursework

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*requirements for continuing students


Return documents to:
University of Louisiana Monroe
Office of Admissions 
ATTN: Collegiate Program 
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209-1160

For more information, contact Thom Rogers, 318-342-3028, rogers@ulm.edu