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Compliance with House Concurrent Resolution 69

The Louisiana Legislature passed House Concurrent Resolution 69 (HCR 69) in the 2011 Legislative Session, replacing House Concurrent Resolution 197 of 2010. House Concurrent Resolution 69 urges and requests “each public institution of postsecondary education to report annually certain information to the House Committee on Education and the Senate Committee on Education and on its website.”

I. Institutional/Student Profile

  • Purpose/Mission

  • Number Students Admitted
  • Percent of students of Students Admitted
  • Number of Resident
  • Number of Non-resident
  • Average ACT Score
  • Cost of Attendance (tuition/fees)
  • Average Student Loan Amount
  • Percent on Financial Aid
  • Average Financial Aid award
  • Campus crime statistics

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II. Student/Faculty Engagement

Percent of Lower level classes taught by full-time faculty 61%
Average teaching load by discipline Average Teaching Load By Discipline
Average credit hours taught per student By Major Average Credit Hours Taught Per Student by Major
Number & type of general education courses required degree programs

General Education Core (3 Credit Hours Each):

  • English Composition
  • Math Elective 
  • Natural Science Elective
  • Behavioral Science Elective
  • Humanities Elective

Associate of General Studies Degree: 

  • General Educaton Core (15 hours)
  • General Education Electives (15 hours)

Associate of Applied Science Degree:

  • General Educaton Core (15 hours)

Louisiana Transfer Degree:

  • General Education Requirements (39 hours)
  • Electives (21 hours)
Transfer criteria Academic Catalog (see Admission Status, Transfer Students)
Process for evaluating program effectiveness

Through the Program Assessment Planning process, each program of study develops and assesses outcomes and uses the results for improvements. The educational programs across all college locations engage in this systematic planning and evaluation process in order to promote institutional performance and accountability for continuous improvement toward the advancement and the fulfillment of the identified program-level student learning outcomes. Therefore, each planning unit sets its priorities for the year based on their core areas of responsibility and institutional priorities; then defines assessment measures and performance targets, and analyzes the results, which they use for the continuous improvement of their programs.

Explanation of student outcomes for each program Program Assessment 
Satisfactory academic progress definition SAP Policy

III. Academic Achievement

First to Second Year Retention Rate
Full-Time, First-Time Student Cohort, Fall 2021-Fall 2022 
(IPEDS 2023, Fall Enrollment Report)

Graduation Rates:

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Percent of Students taking Remedial Courses 7%
Average Time to Degree 24 months (Degree Seeking)
18 months (Diploma Seeking)
12 months (Certificate Seeking)
Average Scores on outcome assessments (grad school admissions tests, licensure exams) Currently Unavailable
Admission Rates into Grad programs N/A

IV. Institutional Efficiency/Fiscal Conditions

Percent of Budget Spent On:



Institutional Services


Student Services


Plant Operations/Maintenance


Academic Support


Transfers out of agency




Public Service






Ratio of administrative staff to total staff 1 to 8
Classroom and Lab space utilization Link to BOR Facilities Inventory and Utilization Data
General fund appropriations (including ARRA) per in-state full-time equivalent student $4,401
Total Expenditures per full-time equivalent student $7,764

Updated: December 2023

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