Louisiana State - Eunice is a public college located in Eunice, Louisiana. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,429 undergraduate students. The Louisiana State - Eunice acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Nursing, and Police and Criminal Science. Graduating 21% of students, Louisiana State - Eunice alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,200.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities134 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science23 Graduates
Radiologic Technician20 Graduates
Fire Science and Fire Fighting18 Graduates
Respiratory Care Therapy12 Graduates
Data Processing11 Graduates
Medical Insurance Coding11 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping4 Graduates
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Louisiana State University - Eunice Reviews
I love the atmosphere! It is a small community college that allows students to be known on an individual basis in the classroom. The professors are always helpful, and are always available to help students. The administration is also always helpful, and they always make attending college easier. The tuition is also fairly low compared to other colleges in the state, making it affordable to obtain a quality education.
For students who are scared of the transition from high school to college, this is the school for you. The pace is slow and the population of students aren't high at all. College environment is usually quiet so there's no need to worry about getting distracted from your studies. Not too much goes on around the school. There are some events throughout the semester that are interesting, but really isn't anything to debate skipping class to attend. Student and faculty are all really nice. Some of the things that I would like to see changed is the scenery, everything looks old, and the teachers there show little effort in changing their teaching style to help future students learn better.
I find LSUE more of a starter college. It's the college that you go to just to move on to a better, bigger, and nicer one. You go there to become accustomed to the average college classroom experience and that's about it. There's hardly any clubs, extracurriculars (that are actually worth your time), and anything that'll get you involved with school spirit (besides sports). Out of all the schools I've been to (which is a lot considering I was a military child), I have never in my life come in contact with such horrible professors. It seems that every semester that I'm here I have more than one professor that it garbage. Don't get me wrong, there are amazing teachers spread thinly throughout but the garbage definitely out ways the good. Their nursing program is unorganized to say the least. If you're looking to this school for nursing, I highly suggest going somewhere else.