Louisiana Culinary Inst. is a for-profit college located in Louisiana. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 179 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Louisiana Culinary Inst. acceptance rate is 46%. Popular majors include Culinary Arts and Food Service and Hospitality and Tourism Management. Graduating 42% of students, Louisiana Culinary Inst. alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $33,200.
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It's a College that doesn't treat you as a number but as a person they get to know your name and your character. They help you way more than other colleges. There campus isn't to large that you get lost. You can get three associate degrees in two years not a lot of colleges can say that be Louisiana Culinary Institute can. The tuition that your paying covers everything books, knifes, and uniforms unlike other colleges you pay your tuition, books, and materials all separate which cost more. There wouldn't be anything to change for the Louisiana Culinary...I'm glad that I will be attending this opportunity.
I just started in August and I must say that it is amazing here! We get to eat for free in a dining room that appears as restaraunt. The chefs and waiters in there are actual students that attend the school. The teachers are amazing mentors and the administrators are absoulutely amazing.
So far, Louisiana Culinary Institute is a great school. They have instructors that are willing to work with you. It is fast paste and has many opportunities along the journey. The Institute will help you get out of the shell and learn to work with one another. It is an experience one will have to experience.