Former student (Re-Admit)
A former student who was not in attendance the semester prior to the one for which he/she wishes to be enrolled is required to submit an application for admission.
1.APPLICATION. Each applicant is required to complete an online application for admission for the desired semester. The application can be found at the institution’s website.
2.IMMUNIZATION RECORD. Each person entering the university shall provide satisfactory evidence of immunity to or immunization against vaccine-preventable diseases to include but not be limited to measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus/diphtheria, and meningitis. This policy applies to all students entering the institution for the first time and all students returning after an absence of one semester or more. Under circumstances where the immunization records cannot be readily obtained, the student may sign an immunization waiver. In the event of an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease, students without immunization records will be exclude from the premises until the appropriate disease incubation period has expired or the unimmunized person presents evidence of immunization. Immunization waiver form
3.APPLICATION FEE. A non-refundable application fee of $20.00 is required of ALL applicants to process the application for admission. The application fee can be paid online when submitting the application or it can be mailed in the form of a money order or cashier’s check to: SUSLA Admissions Office, 3050 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Shreveport, LA71107. Applicants can also call the university Cashier to make a credit card payment over the phone.
- If you have enrolled at another institution since you last attended SUSLA, you need to apply as a Re-Admit Transfer student and provide transcripts.
4.TRANSCRIPTS. Former students who have attended another college after leaving SUSLA will be required to submit an official transcript from that college. College transcripts are considered official when the original transcript is issued to Southern University at Shreveport Admissions or Registrar’s Office via mail or approved electronic transmission.
Records submitted become the property of the University and will not be returned. Falsification of any information when applying for admission may result in the denial of admission or dismissal from the University. The registration of any student whose admission records are incomplete fourteen (14) days after the first day of classes may be automatically canceled with no refund of fees.