Here are some older links and information about Louisiana Nontraditional Student support. There may still be some clues here to help you find help and support at your school.
Look for updates this year (2015). Or send in your information to bring this page up to date. Thanks!
Louisiana Tech University Adult
Address: P.O. Box 3177, Ruston, LA 71272
Contact: Kristy Stokes, Counselor, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2007: Group meets every Tuesday from 4:00- 4:50 p.m.
in Counseling Services, Keeny Hall 310
Tulane University: 2-08:
Check out the latest
newsletter here. I like this school because it makes students
feel part of what's going on. The newsletter helps that way.
It also lists study resources, and news stories. I first discovered
this resource in 2007 (below). The school islocated in uptown
New Orleans, and is also located in Elmwood, Louisiana and
Biloxi, Mississippi. There is also an Online School.
Announcement! I am truly honored that this
site and the Non-trad
Student Blog site have both been listed in the Tulane
University Student Newsletterfor February 2008. They feature
a story about a non-traditional student named Samson Dantin.
You can read his story here.
12-11-07: Check out the Tulane
University School of Continuing Studies newsletter. This
newsletter from New Orleans, Louisiana helps non-traditional
students meet staff members and faculty, and features a non-traditional
student on a "Student Spotlight" section on the
left side of the newsletter. This link is now on the Louisiana
state page for Louisiana non-traditional students to access.
This newsletter is a great idea to help keep non-traditional
students informed and included at Tulane.
I looked up the groups and organizations at Tulane and found
list of organizations and clubs. They have a club for
graduates, for business, all kinds of Greek organizations,
and more. In fact, Tulane has the MOST clubs and organizations
I've seen on one college campus. I could not find a group
just for non-traditional students, but it might be there.
I know that they welcome new clubs, so if somebody wanted
to start one, it would not be too difficult. If there is a
non-traditional student group there, just contact me to let me know and I'll list it on this page.