Private colleges & universities in Louisiana

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Sources include university websites and the National Center for Education Statistics. Data are for the 2016-2017 school year. Enrollment statistics include Fall 2016 total enrollment. Tuition data are for full-time, first-time and in-state undergraduate students. Tuition and fees change frequently; check with each school’s admission office for updates.

 

Centenary College

2911 Centenary Blvd.

Shreveport, La. 71134

(318) 869-5131/(800) 234-4448

centenary.edu

Highest offering: Master’s degree

Enrollment: 549

Tuition and fees: $35,430 

Application deadline: Early action, Dec. 15; Regular decision, Feb. 15

Student/faculty ratio: 8:1

Popular programs: Biology, business, communication and media studies, psychology, and music

 

Dillard University

2601 Gentilly Blvd.

New Orleans, La. 70122

(504) 816-4640

dillard.edu

Highest offering: Bachelor’s degree

Enrollment: 1,261

Tuition and fees: $17,086

Application deadline: Rolling

Student/faculty ratio: 14:1

Popular programs: Nursing, biology, business, mass communication, public health, psychology and sociology

 

Louisiana College

1140 College Drive

Pineville, La. 71359

(318) 487-7011

lacollege.edu

Highest offering: Master’s degree

Enrollment: 1,093

Tuition and fees: $15,978

Application deadline: Rolling;
Top 30 Scholars program deadline, Dec. 7

Student/faculty ratio: 11:1

Popular programs: Registered nursing, health and physical education, social work, and biology

 

Loyola University New Orleans

6363 St. Charles Ave.

New Orleans, La. 70118

loyno.edu

Highest offering: Ph.D.

Enrollment: 3,679

Tuition and fees: $38,754

Application deadline: Early action, Nov. 15; Priority decision, Feb. 15; Regular decision, April 15

Student/faculty ratio: 12:1

Popular programs: Psychology, marketing, business, speech communication and rhetoric, music management, creative writing, and criminology

 

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

3939 Gentilly Blvd.

New Orleans, La. 70126

(504) 282-4455/(800) 662-8701

nobts.edu

Highest offering: Ph.D.

Enrollment: 2,824

Tuition and fees: $7,380

Application deadline: Rolling, 30 days prior to date of enrollment

Student/faculty ratio: 13:1

Popular programs: Christian ministry, biblical ministry and music with an emphasis in worship

 

Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University

5414 Brittany Drive

Baton Rouge, La. 70808

(225) 768-1700

franu.edu

Highest offering: Ph.D.

Enrollment: 1,409

Tuition and fees: $12,046

Application deadline: Program specific

Student/faculty ratio: 9:1

Popular programs: Biology, registered nursing, radiologic technology, health service administration and other health professions

 

Saint Joseph Seminary College

75376 River Road

St. Benedict, La. 70457

(985) 867-2232

sjasc.edu

Highest offering: Bachelor’s degree

Enrollment: 140

Tuition and fees: $16,913

Application deadline: Aug.1 

Student/faculty ratio: 7:1

Popular programs: Liberal arts and sciences, liberal studies and theological studies

 

Tulane University

6823 St. Charles Ave.

New Orleans, La. 70118

(504) 865-5000

tulane.edu

Highest offering: Ph.D.

Enrollment: 12,581

Tuition and fees: $51,010

Application deadline: Early action, Nov. 15; regular decision, Jan. 15

Student/faculty ratio: 8:1

Popular programs: Business, finance, marketing, social sciences, biological and biomedical sciences, psychology, and health professions

 

University of Holy Cross

4123 Woodland Drive

New Orleans, La. 70131

(504) 394-7744/(800) 259-7744

olhcc.edu

Highest offering: Ph.D.

Enrollment: 1,040

Tuition and fees: $11,632

Application deadline: July 1 for fall semester, Dec. 1 for spring, April 1 for summer

Student/faculty ratio: 10:1

Popular programs: Business, psychology and health professions

 

Xavier University

Xavier University

One Drexel Drive

New Orleans, La. 70125

(504) 486-7411

xula.edu

Highest offering: Ph.D.

Enrollment: 2,997

Tuition and fees: $23,046

Application deadline: Rolling, fall semester, Dec. 1 for spring semester

Student/faculty ratio: 14:1

Popular programs: Biology, business, chemistry, health professions, communication and media studies, social sciences, and psychology