The Scholars’ College is the state-designated honors college of Louisiana. It is unique among academic institutions in the state, and possibly even in the nation. It’s great-books based curriculum provides a firm grounding in the liberal arts, including the sciences, mathematics, and foreign languages.
Students may pursue a traditional major or an interdisciplinary concentration in Classical Studies, Scientific Inquiry, Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities and Social Thought, Foreign Languages, or Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
The Scholars’ College offers a low faculty-to-student ratio, a close-knit community, and supportive faculty that are committed to student success. Most of its classes are taught seminar-style in which ideas are exchanged in an open and supportive environment. There are also opportunities for internships, undergraduate research, and study abroad.
Established by the Louisiana Board of Regents for Higher Education in 1987, the Louisiana Scholars’ College serves as the state’s selective-admission honors college of the liberal arts and sciences. Its mission is to provide highly motivated students with a rigorous, customized honors education firmly grounded in the liberal arts and sciences.
|Scholars’ Main Office||Scholars’ Recruiter|
|Louisiana Scholars’ College
110 Morrison Hall
326 Caspari St
Natchitoches, LA 71497
Office Phone: 318.357.4577
Office Fax: 318.357.5908
Assistant Director for University Recruiting
Toll Free: 1.800.838.2208
Established in 1987 as the state’s only designated honors college, Scholars’ College offers students the opportunity to pursue their academic and personal goals in a supportive atmosphere. Our core curriculum combines great books-based courses with courses in mathematics and sciences to provide students with a strong foundation for their more focused study in one of our concentrations or in a traditional major.