COLLEGES OFFERING HELP
The following colleges outside Louisiana have announced policies welcoming students affected by Hurricane Katrina. However, students should check the universities’ individual Web sites.
--University of Texas at Arlington
--University of Texas at San Antonio
--University of Kansas
--St. Mary’s in San Antonio
--University of Virginia
--Virginia Community College System
--All of Tennessee’s public universities
--All of Arkansas’ public universities
--Arizona State University *
--Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville*
--University of South Florida*
--University of Georgia
--University of Tulsa in Oklahoma
--Syracuse University in New York
--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
--Johnson & Wales
--Texas A& M http://www.tamu.edu/tamunews/Hurric
--Randolph-Macon College in Virginia is offering free tuition and board for 2005 to all affected students.
--The University of Arkansas is offering free tuition to native students and in-state tuition to all others affected by the hurricane.
--Florida Gulf Coast University is waiving late registration and out-of-state tuition fees.
--University of Wisconsin-Madison is welcoming back Wisconsin natives and working on options for out-of-state students.
--Displaced students can attend any Illinois community college for free*
--0Rice University will welcome Houston-area undergraduates who were enrolled at Tulane University.
--University of Idaho is accepting affected students and has 10 one-year tuition, fee and room scholarships.
--The Alabama College System will pay one semester of tuition and fees for students in affected two-year and technical colleges.
--The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities is helping Loyola University New Orleans students find temporary academic homes.
--Oklahoma City University is offering free tuition to any hurricane-affected student.