Are you ready to continue your education? Do you need assistance finding a better job? Are you ready to get your HiSET
(GED) diploma? See what the SUSLA Adult Education Program has to
offer. Morning and evening classes are available. Need help in
Math? Tutoring is available just for you. All classes are
Click here more details.|
Who may attend:
Entire SUSLA Community - ● Current Students
● Graduates and Alumni
● GED Participants
● Student Support Services Students
● Resume (bring several copies)
● Professional Attire
● Career opportunities
● Part-time jobs
● Four Year Colleges
SUSLA Career and College Transfer Fair brought to you by following Universities Offices:
Tuesday Williams, Office of Career Services
318-670-9283, Delores Surles, Student Support Services
318-670-9325 and John Patterson, Community Workforce Development
318-670-9572. Don't Miss the Career Bingo - Win Great Prizes at the
SUSLA Career & College Transfer Fair!
"An Equal Opportunity Employer By Choice, Regardless of Race, Color, Creed, Sex, Disability or Veteran Status".
Medical Laboratory Technician and Phlebotomy applications are now available on the SUSLA website and at the Metro Campus Suite #307 and #201.
Click to link to the applications:
Medical Lab Tech
When College/University faculty and students come to Willis-Knighton Career Institute for obtaining badges for clinical or observation time at our facilities, they must wear their student and faculty uniforms. Due to the fact that we cannot monitor every student's clothing attire, this will be our standard policy from this point on. Your
cooperation is appreciated. Jackie Wright BSN, RN, Willis-Knighton Career Institute.|
SUSLA's Registrar's office has developed the Spring 2014 Commencement Guide as a tool to provide prospective Spring graduates with all details regarding graduation. Students with the intention to graduate May 10, 2014 must ensure specific requirements are complete by April 24, 2014.
Don't delay, get started, download the guide now! |
Home Depot is awarding $$$ to HBCU’s…let’s get it in!!!
Voting has started @ www.retoolyourschool.com. You can vote using Twitter (#suslaTHDRYS), Instagram and Vine accounts. Also, you can vote on multiple devices, Iphones, Androids, Blackberrys, Ipads, Macs and PC computers.
Vote once a day on each device everyday through April 14, 2014. Let’s join together and make this happen! Forward to all of your friends lists.
VOTE NOW, VOTE OFTEN, VOTE FOR SUSLA! |
We are anticipating admitting a fall class. Pre-screening will begin in May 2014. Please call (318) 670-9641 or (318) 670-9534 to schedule an appointment.|
Ms. JoAnne Walker talks about SUSLA Celebrates Black History
Month activities and the meaning of “Pass The Baton” with KTAL's
Check out the video...|
The Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program is available for
low-to-moderate taxpayer’s who earned under $50,000.00. Your tax
return will be prepared and e-filed at no cost to you.
All vehicles (with the exception of reserved parking) who park on any property of Southern University at Shreveport are required to have a parking permit on their vehicle. Effective noon, Friday, January 24, 2014, officers will write tickets to those who have not purchased a current parking permit.
• Pay the Cashier $30…bring your paid receipt along with your vehicle registration form completed. The Cashier accepts cash, debit or credit card
• To those who are renewing their application and have not changed vehicles since August 2013, you will only need to bring the paid receipt (place a note on the receipt with the type vehicle, license plate number, and your previous vehicle permit number)
• To first time applicants, please follow the instructions under
Parking and Traffic
• If you have received a Traffic Fine, please check with the University Police concerning this matter. This, too, will have to be paid at the Cashier’s Office before receiving a current permit.
Complete instructions can be found on SUSLA's
SUSLA's Department of Continuing Education offers lifelong learning opportunities for the community and individuals interested in enhancing their quality of life through professional, cultural and other leisure learning enrichment opportunities which allow for personal growth and enjoyment. Programs and/or classes support learning opportunities for the citizens of our service area. Download the brochure for complete details!
MyFreeTaxes Partnership by National Disability Institute and Workforce Center (3-6 months around and during tax season between November-May).
Read about the latest news and activities at SUSLA!
The Coast Guard has a program tailored specifically for sophomores and juniors at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The scholarship program provides students with valuable leadership, management, law enforcement, navigation and marine science skills and training. Students from all majors are encouraged to apply! To view full details or to recommend the program to your students.
TOPS is a program of state scholarships for Louisiana residents who attend either one of the Louisiana Public Colleges and Universities, schools that are a part of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System, Louisiana approved Proprietary and Cosmetology Schools or institutions that are a part of the Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.
Stop by SUSLA's Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships for
We are pleased to introduce Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology and Associate of Science in Business Management as fully online programs. Learn More...
Need help... use the link above to download instructions.
SUSLA is a 100% tobacco-free campus!
As of July 1, 2013, SUSLA became a 100% tobacco-free campus!
The 100% Tobacco-Free Policy will be strictly enforced. This
applies to all who live, work, or visit the SUSLA campus. No
smoking or use of tobacco products is allowed in University
buildings and on campus grounds (including dormitories and
parking lots.) Thank you for supporting the SUS Tobacco-Free
Policy and for promoting and practicing healthy lifestyles.
Tobacco-Free Policy is available electronically.
What type of profession is Healthcare Access? A profession that
serves as a valuable “front line” staff member of the health
information team responsible for performing accurate data
capture in an electronic health record environment to facilitate
the patient admission and registration process while ensuring
privacy and confidentiality of health information. Healthcare
Access Associate is an excellent career choice for the
individual seeking a healthcare profession that instills
customer service excellence and effective communication skills
in the healthcare environment needed to greet and direct
patients and their families, computer application skills to
schedule, admit and register patients, verify and certify
SPRING 2014 Computer Lab Hours!
The computer lab hours in the NCR building are 8am-6pm Monday-Thursday, 8am-noon Friday and CLOSED on Saturday/Sunday.
ITC office hours are 7am-6pm Monday-Thursday, 8am-noon Friday and CLOSED on Saturday/Sunday. The ITC office is located in the Admin. building, across from the Admissions office.
Route Stops: Main Campus, Municipal Auditorium and Metro Campus.
7:15am depart from Main Campus to Municipal Auditorium
7:35am depart from Municipal Auditorium to Metro
8:30am depart from Metro to Main Campus
The Shuttle will depart thereafter from Main Campus to Metro every hour as follows: 9:30am; 10:30am; 11:30pm (Driver breaks for lunch 12-1pm; 1:30pm; and 2:30pm (last main campus pickup of the day). NOTE: The shuttle will depart promptly at the time indicated and will not wait for “late” arrivals. Shuttle Service is offered to Student/Faculty/Staff ONLY- SUSLA IDs are required at boarding!
Download the schedule today.
Visit the SUNO scholarships page for more details.
For 25 years, TMCF has been dedicated to assisting students attending public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). TMCF helps students not only fulfill their dream of obtaining a college degree, but also plays a pivotal role in making sure our students are prepared to be the the next generation of leaders.|