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Explore opportunities for nontraditional students, art lovers and university supporters.

For the civic or academicminded, an intangible gift from UL Lafayette could make a difference this season. If you’re not a student, take advantage of the university’s promotion of lifelong learning through its Continuing Education Department. Classes for learning a language, developing an artistic skill, exercise, professional development or expanding culinary prowess are offered through Potpourri, and gift certificates for a specific class or dollar amount are available by emailing ce@louisiana.edu.

The Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum receives much of its support through membership, available at different levels starting as low as $40. Give someone the chance to explore a world of art with free admission, invitations to opening receptions, a museum store discount and more available to members.

Make a gift to the UL Lafayette Foundation, which serves as a vital source of financial support for the university. Each gift bolsters the financial stability of the college and contributes to the pursuit of academic excellence by funding programs, including those that support outstanding students and faculty, improve campus facilities and maintain state of the art technology.

Dedicated in 2000, the Walk of Honor is a tremendous undertaking that lists about 80,000-plus names of graduates, arranged alphabetically by class year. For a contribution of $75 to the Walk of Honor Fund, you will receive a commemorative item for the home or office in the form of a framed artistic rendering of the Walk of Honor with a replica of your brick as it appears on the Walk. Visit www.louisianaalumni.org for more information.

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back in time and experience life from the perspective of the Acadian, Native American and Creole people when you visit Vermilionville. This living history museum and folklife park allows visitors to explore the history of the Attakapas region from the ...
What began as working part-time odd jobs in college has blossomed into a booming construction business for Kyle Braniff and his companies, Backyard Builders and Braniff Construction ...
Awardmaster, known as Acadiana’s local choice for high quality award and trophies, offers much more than its name suggests. Awardmaster creates custom graphic, etching, and printing services making each order unique ...
River Oaks Catering and Event Center is a full-service catering company with six on-site event rooms able to accommodate almost any size event. River Oaks’ on-site venues are suitable for small intimate bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, cocktail parties ...