Transfer Agreements

Earn a Bachelor's Degree on LSUE's Campus

LSUE partners with other universities through detailed written transfer agreements.  These programs allow you to start your college journey with courses from LSUE and finish by taking courses offered by our partner universities, all on LSUE's campus.  At LSUE, you will have small class sizes, personal attention, and low tuition. 



UL Lafayette

Elementary Education

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette provides LSU Eunice students majoring in elementary education an opportunity to earn a baccalaureate degree on the LSUE campus. Under this cooperative program, freshman and sophomore courses are provided by LSU Eunice, and UL-Lafayette provides the junior and senior courses in the elementary education degree program. 

The LSU Eunice Catalog includes the freshman and sophomore curriculum for students planning to continue on to earn the elementary education degree by attending UL-Lafayette classes offered on the LSUE campus.

In order to enroll in upper-level courses, LSU Eunice students must apply for admission and be formally admitted into the UL-Lafayette teacher education program. For more information on this cooperative program, contact the coordinator of the UL-Lafayette elementary education program in Room 236 of Manuel Hall on the LSU Eunice campus or call (337) 550-1368.

Northwestern State

Criminal Justice

Through an agreement with Northwestern State University, LSU Eunice students who complete the associate of science degree in criminal justice can apply their two years of credits toward the remaining two years of course work to earn a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice at Northwestern State University. All of the remaining courses required for the bachelor’s degree will be offered online via the Internet by Northwestern, so students can remain at home while working toward a four-year degree. Northwestern offers tuition reduction for students employed full-time as law enforcement officers. Both LSU Eunice and Northwestern adhere to the curriculum standards of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. 

Need Help?

Need help with your transfer program? Contact the Office of the Registrar and we can assist you with any questions you may have.