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Louisiana Tech Update on TOPS




Dear Students, Over the past eight years and as a result of the efforts of our campus community, Louisiana Tech University has made significant impacts and achieved substantial growth in the face of unprecedented financial constraints and operational challenges. These accomplishments have shown what can be accomplished when working together to create opportunities for our [more]

A Message from Louisiana Tech President Les Guice – Higher Education Budget




Over the past eight years and as a result of the efforts of our campus community, Louisiana Tech University has made significant impacts and achieved substantial growth in the face of unprecedented financial constraints and operational challenges. These accomplishments have shown what can be accomplished when working together to create opportunities for our students and [more]

Fall quarter honors students announced




Louisiana Tech University has announced the names of students on its fall quarter president’s and dean’s honor lists. Students whose names are followed by an asterisk earned recognition as members of the president’s honor list. That distinction signifies achievement of at least a 3.8 academic grade point average on a minimum of nine semester hours [more]

National accolades, institutional growth defined Tech in 2015




— Ten stories that framed university’s success and reputation over the past year — National rankings and recognitions, growth in enrollments, and the development of new industry partnerships and programs are just some of the successes that helped to distinguish Louisiana Tech University in 2015. In chronological order, here are ten of the most noteworthy [more]

Kiplinger ranks Louisiana Tech among nation’s best college values




Kiplinger, the nation’s most recognized publisher of business forecasts and personal finance advice, has ranked Louisiana Tech University No. 1 in the state and No. 66 in the nation for in-state students at public institutions, in its recently released Best College Values 2016 report. Based on quality and affordability, Kiplinger’s Best College Value analyzed over [more]

Louisiana Tech announces its fall quarter graduates




Louisiana Tech University’s fall quarter commencement exercises were held November 21, with diplomas awarded to 311 graduates. Commencement officially marked the close of the fall academic quarter. Graduates – listed by state, parish/city and degree – are as follows: Alabama Tuscumbia Carly N. Hill, master of science Arkansas Arkadelphia Casey Nicole Knight, master of arts [more]

I-20 Corridor Regional Accelerator benefits entrepreneurs




Entrepreneurs striving to develop and grow innovative business enterprises in the coming year have an opportunity to benefit from Louisiana Tech University’s I-20 Corridor Regional Accelerator initiative. The Accelerator helps entrepreneurs preparing to launch a new enterprise, individuals exploring business opportunities and existing ventures planning to introduce new products to add locations or increase market [more]

Winners of “Won in One” Idea Pitch competition announced




A diverse group of entrepreneurs from across the region highlighted the “Won in One” Idea Pitch competition, which challenges innovators to present their new ventures as part of Louisiana Tech University’s Innovation Enterprise. Like contestants on the popular television show “Shark Tank,” the competitors pitched their ideas recently with the goal of impressing the audience [more]

Braud offers fall graduates wisdom from the world of social media




“We are launching you. Discover your authentic self. Discover who you are really meant to be.” That was the message from keynote speaker Gerard Braud to 311 new Louisiana Tech University graduates during the school’s 314th commencement exercises Saturday at the Thomas Assembly Center. Braud is the CEO of Braud Communications, a public relations firm [more]

Brooks Hull to lead University Advancement as new VP




Brooks Hull, formerly the vice president of Institutional Advancement at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, has officially assumed leadership of Louisiana Tech University’s Division of University Advancement as its new vice president. Hull, who will lead Louisiana Tech’s fundraising, development and alumni relations activities, was selected from a pool of outstanding candidates following an extensive [more]