University of New Orleans

Located on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain and only 15 minutes from the world-famous French Quarter, the University of New Orleans is a national research university and an integral part of one of the nation's most fascinating cities. The University helps shape the distinctive educational, economic and cultural landscape of New Orleans. The University of New Orleans grants degrees in its four academic colleges of Business Administration; Engineering; Sciences; and Liberal Arts, Education and Human Development, as well as in interdisciplinary studies. The University offers research opportunities to both its undergraduate and graduates students as well as access to internships, service learning projects and industry-relevant employment. The University has educated students from all 50 states and more than 130 countries, and places a strong emphasis on international education with a number of well-established study abroad programs. The University enjoys strategic collaborations in areas such as Computer Science; Film; Jazz Studies; Coastal Restoration; Teacher Education; Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Administration; Planning and Urban Studies; and Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. The University has more than 120 registered student organizations, and student life is enhanced by the world-class food, music, art, entertainment and festivals of New Orleans. Additionally, the University's Lakefront Arena routinely hosts nationally recognized artists and performances on campus.

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Public, Coed 1958 N/A Semester $20.6 million 2000 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, LA 70148 (888) 514-4275
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Louisiana New Orleans 1083