The 71st Conference of Louisiana Colleges and Universities
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Lod Cook Alumni Center
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
“Challenges and Opportunities for Public and Private Higher Education in Louisiana”
The presidents of the state and private college systems as well as the individual universities and colleges will be present along with members of the Postsecondary Education Review Board to discuss pertinent issues related to higher education in Louisiana. Please visit this web page often for updates!
The link to the PDF Registration Form on the left will allow you to fill out and print the form directly from your computer.
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Additional details will be coming soon. For questions and more information, please contact Debra Bergeron at email@example.com.
The Conference of Louisiana Colleges and Universities was established for the purpose of advancing higher education in Louisiana. The organization serves as a communications medium for all institutions of higher education between those institutions and other constituents.
CLCU is comprised of representatives from Louisiana's accredited two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Included in this group are also all members of the supervising boards for each institution or system.
The annual conference is a great opportunity for networking and the sharing of ideas and concerns. CLCU members come together in the host city and have opportunities to attend affiliated group meetings, panel presentations on current educational issues, and roundtable discussions. Members often get the chance to meet together and shape policy on education issues. Several keynote speakers are featured at the conference as well.