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Admissions

Start Your Journey

Admissions

Start Your Journey

We’re excited that you’re considering McNeese State University! For the seventh consecutive year, McNeese has received national recognition as one of the best regional universities and one of the top public universities by U.S. News and World Report.

McNeese is the First Choice for thousands of students every year. We have over 50 degree programs and we are known as having one of the best returns on investment for tuition and high average starting salaries for its graduates. Let us help you make this your McNeese.

Getting Started

First Time Freshman

A first-time freshman is a student who has not attended a university, community college, or technical school after graduating from high school or passing a high school equivalency exam.

Welcome

Transfer Student

A transfer student has attended a university, community college, or technical school after graduating from high school or passing a high school equivalency exam.

Expanding Your Education

Graduate Student

A graduate student has graduated with a bachelor’s degree and is pursuing an advanced degree or certificate, such as a master’s degree, education specialist degree, or graduate certificate.

upcoming events

Fall Preview Day October 6, 2018

Your opportunity to visit with faculty and staff!

Other Opportunities

Schedule a Tour!

Let our amazing Admissions staff take you around campus, meet one-on-one with professors and more! Call +1-337-475-5504

Welcome Back

Returning Students

A returning student has attended McNeese as a regular student and is wanting to re-enroll at McNeese.

Enjoy Your Visit

Visiting Students

A visiting student is pursuing a degree at another institution and intends to transfer credit earned at McNeese back to his/her home institution.

Never Too Early

High School Dual Enrollment

A high school early admission/dual enrollment student enrolls in college courses prior to high school graduation.