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Welcome to the InfoMall, your one-stop location for all the information you need to enroll at SUSLA. Here you will find information on Admission, Enrollment, Registration, Tuition and Fees, Financial Aid etc. Be sure to use our online Fee Calculator to determine your semester expenses.
Registration Process
  • Registration process for current degree seeking students
  • Registration process for new, readmit and transfer students
  • Registration process for current non-degree seeking students
Registration Details
  • Application Priority Deadlines
  • Orientation
  • Early Admission
  • Concurrent Enrollment
  • Freshman
  • Transfer Students
  • International Students
  • Summer–Term–only Applicants
  • SUSLA Testing Center
  • Person over age 55
  • Readmission
  • Continuing Education Program

Semester Expenses

  • Application Fee
  • Louisiana Resident Students
  • Out of state residents
  • Add/Drop Courses
  • Transcript Request
  • Technology Fee
  • Late Registration Fee
  • E-Courses Fee
  • Student Photo IDs
  • Parking
  • Summary of Fees and Expenses
  • Fee Schedule
  • Refund Policy
  • Fee Calculator

Degrees and Courses Offered

  • Associate in Applied Science
  • Associate of Science
  • Associate of General Studies
  • Certificate in Technical Studies

Exam Schedule

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration Process for Current Degree Seeking Students

Registration Process for New, Readmit and Transfer Students

Registration Process for Current Non-Degree Seeking Students

Registration Process for Current Degree Seeking Students

You are considered a current or returning student if:

  • You were enrolled at SUSLA last semester or summer semester and working toward a degree, or
  • No more than one year has elapsed since your last enrollment

How to Apply Registering on the web

Web registration dates

Web registration and fee payment close at close of business on 14th Class day. Tuition and fees can be paid immediately upon registration, but no later than 1st day of classes, to avoid late fees. See Semester Expenses for specific information.

Web registration and fee payment is available 24 hours a day Sunday thru Saturday during the registration period.

Students who have been accepted to a degree program may register online. Web registration permits students to register for classes and to add or drop courses. This easy system is available through the close of business on the last day of late registration and allows you to register at your convenience.

  • Before you start, See your academic advisor prior to scheduling your classes.
  • Logging On to Banner Web Services: to go to http://www.susla.edu Click on Banner Web Services, Click Enter Secure Area and enter your User Id and Pin and click login.
  • Complete the registration form. Go to Student Information, Grades, & Financial Aid and click on Registration and Add/Drop Classes. When you have completed your schedule online click on Submit Changes .
  • Pay tuition and fees according to the schedule and instructions.
  • Attend classes beginning the first day of instruction.
Registering in person

In-person registration is available beginning August 26, 2009 for returning student. Pick up your registration form, see your advisor and input your schedule during these dates and times:

DATE
PLACE
(MLK location only)
TIME
M-Thurs (Excluding Holidays) NCR rooms 104, 105 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday NCR room 104 & 105 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday NCR room 104 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

After you have registered

A copy of your class schedule and tuition and fees can be obtained from any computer by logging in to Banner Web Services. If you turned in special permission forms and/or have an overload, override or audit course, the appropriate courses will be added to your schedule by the Registrar's Office.

Changes in Person

Complete an add/drop form (available at the Registrar's Office).

  • Your advisor's signature is NOT required if you complete the transaction by the last day of late registration.
  • After the last day of registration, your advisor's and/or instructor's signatures will be required for any drops or withdrawals if you are a degree-seeking student.
  • The last day to add a course without late fees is listed in the academic calendar.
  • If you are given permission to add a course after the last day to add, or have not paid fees by the last day to pay fees, you will be charged a late fee and a drop/add fee.
  • You must process any late add/drop transactions at the Registrar's Office. The signatures of the instructor of the course and your advisor are required after the published last day of registration.

Payment Due Policy

Late registration
(After Census date)
Immediately
Employee tuition waiversFee payment deadline
Senior citizen tuition waiversDay of enrollment
Audit classesFee payment deadline — all tuition/fees apply
  • Late fees will be assessed if accounts are not paid in accordance with the above deadlines. Payment is due by the published deadline even if a bill is not received.

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Registration process for new, readmit and transfer students

You are considered a new student degree seeking if:

  • This is your first semester at SUSLA, and
  • you have never before registered at SUSLA

You are considered a Transfer degree seeking student if:

  • You were enrolled at other institution, transferring to SUSLA, and
  • you've been accepted to an undergraduate degree program for the upcoming semester.

You are considered a Readmit degree seeking student if:

  • You have attended SUSLA prior to the upcoming semester, and
  • You’ve had at least one year elapsed since your last enrollment.

How to Apply

Transcripts

Test Results

Readmission of former degree-seeking students

Special information for new students

Registering on the web

How To Apply

You may apply online at www.susla.edu click Apply Online or obtain an application form from the Office of Admissions room A42 in the Leonard Barnes Administration Building. Non-refundable application fee is due at the time of application:

  • $20 for an undergraduate application; and
  • $30 for international students.

Additional admission information is available at www.susla.edu, future students, and Admission Requirements or by calling 318-670-6000.

Transcripts

If you have not enrolled in a college or university before, you must have your official high school transcript sent to the admissions office.

If you have attended other colleges and/or universities, you must request official transcripts from each college or university you attended. The transcripts should be sent directly to the admissions office by the schools. Transcripts will not be accepted if the student submit them.

If you’re a transfer applicant with fewer than 12 semester hours of credit, you must submit your high-school transcript as well as college transcripts.

Please NOTE: Missing or incomplete documents will delay your admission and could result in not being admitted prior to the first day of instruction. All required documents, including final transcripts, must be on file before any financial aid can be disbursed.

Test Results

If you're an entering freshman or a transfer student with fewer than 12 semester hours of credit, you must submit the results of either the ACT or SAT examinations for placement in classes.

For those students who missed the ACT or SAT national test dates, the ACT residual (scores for SUSLA only) and the ASSESS Placement test will be given prior to the beginning of the current semester to place students in appropriate English and Math Classes. Residual ACT testing is for prospective SUSLA students only.

While no formal registration is required for ACT Residual testing; you are still required to notify Testing Services at 318-670-6450 of your intent to test. In addition, please bring the following items with you to testing: $35 test fee receipt to be paid in advance to the university cashier, picture identification and a calculator

Readmission of former degree-seeking students

As a former undergraduate degree seeking student, you must notify the admissions office in advance when you plan to resume your studies. You remain eligible to register for classes in your degree program if:

  • you have not been academically disqualified,
  • you have not attended another institution since you were last enrolled at SUSLA,
  • your lapse in enrollment is less than one year.

If you do not meet these requirements or have a lapse of over one year in enrollment, you must reapply for admission.

Special information for new students

New Student Orientation

Any new student may participate in SUSLA Freshmen Orientation at the Martin L. King Jr. campus. Freshmen Orientation is required for all first-time degree-seeking students entering SUSLA with less than 12 credits. The program is also required for all incoming international students. You'll meet people from the SUSLA community, take a campus tour, and participate in specially designed sessions to properly acquaint you with your new campus. For more information, call 318-670-6328 or visit www.susla.edu.

Academic advising

Academic advisors help students select, plan and complete their academic goals. If you have selected a major, your advisor will be a faculty member from your academic department. For general studies students, SUSLA provides academic advising through the Academic Counseling Center located in the Fine Arts Building. Academic counselors are available to help students choose a major, select classes and plan academic schedules from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. To contact the Academic Counseling Center at (318) 670-6000.

Note: Registering on the web - The Admission process must be complete prior to registering for classes.

Registering on the web

Web registration dates

Web registration and fee payment close at close of business on 14th Class Day. Tuition and fees can be paid immediately upon registration, but no later than 1st day of class, to avoid late fees. See Semester Expenses for specific information.

Web registration and fee payment is available 24 hours a day Sunday thru Saturday during the registration period.

Students who have been accepted to a degree program may now register on the web. Web registration permits students to register for classes and to add or drop courses. This easy system is available through the close of business on the last day of late registration and allows you to register at your convenience.

  1. Before you start, See your academic advisor prior to scheduling your classes.
  2. Logging On to Banner Web Services, to go to http://www.susla.edu Click on Banner Web Services, Click Enter Secure Area and enter your User Id and Pin and click login
  3. Complete the registration form. Go to Student Information, Grades, & Financial Aid and click on Registration and Add/Drop Classes. When you have completed your schedule online click on Submit Changes .
  4. Pay tuition and fees according to the schedule and instructions
  5. Attend classes beginning the first day of instruction.

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Registration process for current non-degree seeking

You are considered a current Dual Enrollment non-degree student if:

  • You were registered as a Dual Enrollment student at SUSLA last semester
  • Must meet the current enrollment requirements for SUSLA
  • Be classified as a junior or senior in a local high school

You are considered a current Crossed Registered non-degree student if:

  • You were registered as a Crossed Registered student at SUSLA last semester
  • You meet the admission requirements of SUSLA, and
  • In good standing at both schools registered.

Note: Non-degree seeking students must apply for admission through the Academic Outreach Department
Refer to Academic Calendar for The last day to register for classes without additional late fees.

As a non-degree-seeking student:

  • You are subject to examination requirements for math and English placement
  • You must maintain a 2.0 GPA
  • You are not eligible for financial aid
  • You must meet regular admission requirements to become a degree-seeking student.

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Registration Details
Application Priority Deadlines

Orientation

Early Admission

Concurrent Enrollment

Freshman

Transfer Students

International Students

Summer–Term–only Applicants

SUSLA Testing Center

Person over age 55

Readmission

Continuing Education Program


Application Priority Deadlines

  • July 1 for Fall Semester
  • April 1 for Summer Semester
  • November 1 for Spring Semester

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Orientation

All first-time freshmen must participate in the orientation program. Transfer students are also encouraged to participate in the orientation program. This program includes placement testing if needed, affords the student an opportunity to meet with a faculty advisor, and is a part of the registration process for the fall and spring semesters.

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Early Admission

Special Program for Qualified Seniors

Qualified seniors who have not completed all the requirements for a high school diploma may apply for early admission at SUSLA, though such admission does not constitute the awarding of a high school diploma.

Early Admission Requirements are:

  • Must be a high school senior
  • Possess cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • Have a composite score of at least 19 on the ACT or 820 on the SAT
  • Have written recommendation from the high school principal or counselor
  • Present letter of consent from parent/guardian
  • Must file for admission as described under “General Admission Guidelines”
  • Complete the form “Recommendation for Early Admission of the High Ability Student”

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Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent enrollment allows qualified high school seniors to enroll in a maximum of two college courses simultaneously during the regular semester or three college courses (nine hours only) in a summer term. Students are allowed to earn a maximum of nine (9) hours at the University through concurrent enrollment.

High School Students admitted under this program must:
  • Complete the admission process as outlined in the “General Admission Guidelines”
  • Be a high school senior
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • Have a composite ACT score of 19 or SAT of 820
  • Have a written recommendation from high school principal or counselor
  • Have a letter of consent from parent/guardian

Concurrent Enrollment for Developmental Students

High school seniors may attend SUSLA for developmental courses only while concurrently enrolled in high school. Developmental courses earn no degree credit and must be scheduled in accordance with the University’s testing and/or placement regulations.

Students must meet the following guidelines:

  • Be a high school senior
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • Not enrolled for more than six credit hours per semester
  • Provide written consent from high school principal or counselor
  • Provide written consent from parent/guardian
  • Complete applicable admission steps per “General Admissions Guidelines”

TECHNICAL PREPARATION PROGRAM

The Technical Preparation Program (Tech Prep) is an agreement between Southern University at Shreveport and the Caddo Parish School System. The program allows 11th and 12th grade students of the Caddo Parish School System to earn college credits for certain courses taken in high school.

To take advantage of this opportunity and earn college credits, students must be enrolled in the Tech Prep Program at their high school to earn college credits. Also, the student must successfully complete an examination given by the department in which the course is taught.

Credit is granted upon enrollment in the University as a full-time student.

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Freshman

Traditional

  • High school graduates with a diploma entering college for the first time within four years of high school graduation or students with a high school equivalence diploma (GED).
  • Students with less than 12 semester credit hours earned at another accredited college/university.

Non-Traditional

  • Graduate students of a non-accredited high school.
  • Nineteen (19) years of age or older students without a high school diploma or GED and whose high school class has graduated.
  • Students who graduated from high school more than four years prior to applying for admission to SUSLA.
IF ANY OF THE ABOVE CRITERIA IS MET, APPLICANT MUST:
  • Complete the admission process as outlined above.
  • Take the ACT and University’s placement tests (if required) and demonstrate satisfactory evidence of academic ability for college work. Satisfactory evidence is either a composite score of 18 on the ACT or a satisfactory score on another national examination such as the SAT together with proof of relevant scores, education, training, and experience.
  • Have high school transcript or GED scores submitted to the Office of Admissions.

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Summer Term Only Applicant

  • Complete the admission process
  • Submit a letter of good standing to continue at the other institution in lieu of college records. This letter must include the total credit hours previously earned.
  • Provisional admission may be granted when it is impossible to receive these records prior to scheduled registration date. The admission may be cancelled if records are not received within 30 days from the first day of classes or if when received, it is determined that applicant does not qualify for admission.
  • Admission will terminate at the end of the summer term.
  • Student assumes full responsibility for the selection of courses to be accepted at the institution in which he/she is pursuing a degree. Student is advised to seek guidance from that institution.
  • Students who wish to return during the fall semester, must complete a re-admit application for admission and follow the admission guidelines.

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Person Over Age 55

Any person age fifty-five years or over who registers for one or more courses of instruction at the University and who is a resident of Louisiana shall be exempt from the payment of tuition. The tuition exemption shall be provided only if and to the extent that there are sufficient funds appropriated by the legislature to reimburse the University granting it.

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Fees are subject to change

Application Fee

Louisiana Resident Students

Out of state residents

Add/Drop Courses

Transcript Request

Technology Fee

Late Registration Fee

E-Courses Fee

Student Photo IDs

Parking

Summary of Fees and Expenses

Fee Schedule

Refund Policy

Fee Calculator


Application Fees

Effective from September 1, 2010, the admissions application fee is $20.00 for first-time applicants.

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Louisiana Resident Students

A general registration fee of $1,367.00 per regular semester and $460.00 for the summer session is charged to all full-time Louisiana resident students.

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Out-of-State Residents

An out-of-state resident fee of $565.00 per regular semester and $279.00 for the summer session in addition to the general registration fee will be charged for all non-resident students.

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Add/Drop Courses

There is a $2.00 fee for each add or drop course transaction.

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Transcript Request

A fee of $3.00 will be charged for each transcript requested from the University. Fee payment must be in the form of cash, cashier‟s check or money order ONLY.

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Technology Fee

A state-mandated technology fee is included in the Fee Schedule. The purpose of this fee is to meet the growing technological needs of the students. The amount of the fee is based on the number of credit hours pursued.

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Late Registration Fee

A late registration charge of $25.00 is imposed on students on or after the date classes begin in any semester.

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E – Courses Fee

A fee of $30.00/course will be charged for each student taking all E-courses like online, web enhanced, telecourses, telecasts, etc. The purpose of this mandated fee is to meet the standards of growing E-courses according to the recommendations of US Department of Education and Louisiana State Board of Regents.

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Student Photo IDs

Student ID cards are to be issued or reactivated during the registration process. You must have a valid SUSLA photo ID in order to receive financial aid checks, buy books at the bookstore with financial aid, check out materials from the University Library, use campus computer centers or attend University functions such as athletic events. If you are a new student you will need to have your stamped fee sheet and at least one form of photo identification. If you are a returning student, you will need to have your student ID from a prior semester and your stamped fee sheet. Students who do not take a photo or reactivate their Student ID prior to the 14th day of classes for the Fall or Spring Semesters, (or the 7th day of classes for the Summer Term) will be charged a $10 late fee for new IDs. A replacement fee of $10 will be charged for a lost, stolen or damaged card.

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Parking

Parking permits  for $10.00 are payable in the Business Office. Students who are indebted to the University will not receive grade reports or official transcripts. Parking permits replacement cost: $10.00

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Summary of Fees and Expenses

Included in the $1,367.00 full-time (12 hour) tuition and fees per regular semester are
(1) general registration
(2) technology fees
(3) student assessments: student activities, lyceum, insurance, class dues, ID card, student publications, athletics, social activities, student government, etc.

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Fee Schedule

Summer Term - All Sessions
(Subject to change - Revised 2009)

Credit Hours Fee
0 (Audit) $165
1 $245
2 $255
3 $265
4 $390
5 $420
6 $430
7 $440
8 $450
9 or more credit hours $460

Fall and Spring Semester
(Subject to change - Revised 2008)

Part Time Fee
0 (Audit) $486
1 $599
2 $621
3 $642
4 $664
5 $686
6 $847
7 $878
8 $898
9 $1,091
10 $1,106
11 $1,122
Full Time
12 or more credit hours $1,367

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Refund Policy

The general fee, which includes student assessed fees and non-resident fees, is refundable on the following basis for students who register, pay fees, and resign from the University:

Fall and Spring Semesters
Before the fourteenth (14th) day of class 100% refund will be given.
After the fourteenth day of class (fall and spring semesters) to the end of the semester, no refund will be given.

Summer Term
Before the seventh (7th) day of class 100% refund will be given.
After the seventh (7th) day of class to the end of the term, no refund will be given.

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For Financial Aid Information click here
Remarks

Payment

Freshman Orientation 2009-Testing Schedule

Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency(CAAP)

Residual ACT Assessment

Compass Assessment

National ACT Test

National SAT Test

Remarks: Testing times – approximately five (5) hours

ACT/SAT score required for Placement Test(s)

NOTE: As of August 6, 2009 ALL Test fees are nonrefundable.

ITEMS NEEDED

Two (2) No. 2 pencils (No Mechanical Pencil)

Picture ID required

Approved calculator

RECEIPTS

Receipt is to be obtained prior to times for assessment

$35.00 for Residual ACT Assessment Test

$36.00 for CAAP Make-up

$35.00 for Remote COMPASS

$35.00 Proctor Service non-SUSLA Students (exception CLEP and DSST Test)

$15.00 for SUSLA Students retake of COMPASS

$97.00 for CLEP ($77.00 + 20)

$100 for DSST ($80 + 20)

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PAYMENT

Payments are received by cash/money order/credit card at the cashiers’ cage

  • All test fees nonrefundable
  • All eligible students must register to take the CAAP exam. The registration form is located on the SUSLA website under Testing and Assessment. It should be completed and e-mailed, faxed, or hand delivered to the test lab on or before October 29th.

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FRESHMAN ORIENTATION 2009
Testing Schedule

TEST

DATE

TIME

ACT

June 23, 2009

8:30 a.m.

Placement/Compass

June 24, 2009

1:00 p.m.

ACT

June 24, 2009

5:30 p.m.

Placement/Compass

June 25, 2009

11:00 a.m.

ACT

June 26, 2009

8:30 a.m.

Placement/Compass

June 30, 2009

9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

ACT

July 14, 20009

8:30 a.m.

Placement/Compass

July 15, 2009

9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

ACT

July 16, 2009

8:30 a.m.

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COLLEGIATE ASSESSMENT OF ACADEMIC PROFICIENCY (CAAP)

Fall 2010 Dates Time Location
Tuesday, November 2, 2010 8:30 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Wednesday, November 2, 2010 5:00 p.m. Fine Arts C-12
Thursday, November 4, 2010 1:30 p.m. Fine Arts C-12
Friday, November 5, 2010 8:30 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Monday, November 8,2010 1:30 p.m. Fine Arts C-12
Tuesday November 9,2010 9:00 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 9:00 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Thursday, November 11, 2010 9:00 a.m. Fine Arts C-12

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RESIDUAL ACT ASSESSMENT

Fall  2010 Dates Time Location
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A-75
Tuesday, August 10, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Thursday, August 12, 2010 1:30 p.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Thursday, January 7, 2010 1:30 p.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Tuesday, August 17, 2010 5:00 p.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Thursday, August 19, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Tuesday, August 24, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Thursday, August 26, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Monday August 30, 2010 1:30 p.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 8:30 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Tuesday, September 7, 2010 8:30 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Thursday, September 9, 2010 5:00 p.m. Fine Arts C-12
Thursday, September 16, 2010 1:30 p.m. Fine Arts C-12

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COMPASS ASSESSMENT

Spring 2010 Dates Time Location
Friday, July 9, 2010 9:00 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. A–75
Fall 2010 Dates Time Location
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 9:00 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. -75
Wednesday, August 18, 2010 1:30 p.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. -75
Friday, August, 27, 2010 8:30 a.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. -75
Tuesday, August 31, 2010 4:00 p.m. L. C. Barnes Admin. -75
Thursday, September 2, 2010 9:00 a.m. Fine Arts C-12
Friday, September 10, 2010 1:30 p.m. Fine Arts C-12
Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:30 p.m. Fine Arts C-12

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NATIONAL ACT TEST (www.actstudent.org )

Fall 2010 - Spring 2011 Dates Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required)
September 11, 2010* August 6, 2010 August 7 – 20, 2010
October 23, 2010 September 17, 2010 September 18 – October 1, 2010
December 11, 2010 November 5, 2010 November 6 – 19, 2010
February 12, 2011** January 7, 2011 January 8 – 21, 2011
April 9, 2011 March 4, 2011 March 5 – 18, 2011
June 11, 2011 May 6, 2011 May 7 – 20, 2011

* The September 2010 test date is offered only within the 50 United States and D.C.

** No test centers are scheduled in New York for the February test date

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NATIONAL SAT TEST

2009-10 Test Dates

Test

Registration Deadline

June 5, 2010

SAT & Subject Tests

April 29, 2010

October 9, 2010

November 6, 2010

January 22, 2011

March 12, 2011

May 7, 2011

June 4, 2011

Visit www.collegeboard.org for registration deadlines and additional information.

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RESPIRATORY THERAPHY RRT Test

AS REQUESTED

DENTAL HYGIENE PRE- TEST

AS REQUESTED

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PRE-TEST

AS REQUESTED

BANNER TRAINING

AS REQUESTED

NATIONAL COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM (CLEP)

AS REQUESTED

Health Education Systems, Inc. Exam (HESI)/NURSING

AS PREREQUEST

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What forms of payment are accepted at the University?

The University does not accept personal checks. Students may pay their University accounts with cashier's checks, money orders, or cash. The University also accepts Discover, Master Card, or Visa credit card payments.

Does SUSLA accept deferred payments?

The Deferred Payment Plan (DP) allows students to defer payment of approximately 40% of their educational fees for three months. The DP requires students to pay, at the time of application, at least 60% of current fees assessed. Previous balances must be paid in full. Late fees and book purchases cannot be paid through deferred payment.

The Deferred Payment Plan, administered by the Business Office, is provided during the regular registration period. Descriptive brochures can be obtained from the Office of Accounting Services.

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