Admission will be based on the following criteria:
- Applicant must be between the ages of 18-25 upon admission to the program.
- Applicant must have a significant intellectual disability that interferes with their academic performance.
- Applicant must have sufficient emotional and independent stability to
- participate in all aspects of UL LIFE.
- Applicant should be able to sit through 90 minute courses.
- Applicant must be comfortable around large groups of people.
- Applicant must demonstrate the ability to accept responsibility for his/her actions and maintain respect for him/herself and others and have no history of disruptive or aggressive behaviors. NOTE: UL LIFE does not have the personnel necessary to manage behavioral issues.
- Applicant must be independent in handling his/her own medication, specialized dietary and/or medical needs. NOTE: UL LIFE staff takes no responsibility for specialized diets or medical needs.
- Applicant must be self-motivated and adhere to the policies regarding
- attendance and participation in coursework within the program and audited UL Lafayette courses.
- Applicant should be able to utilize technology with little to no supports.
- Based on review of records and interviews, the applicant must have the potential to successfully achieve his/her goals within the context of the UL LIFE setting.
UL LIFE is no longer accpeting applications for hte 2019-202 school year. Admissions information for the 2020-2021 school year will be released this Fall.
REQUIRED: Attend Preview Day in October or November. Learn more about Preview Day.
- October 20, 2018 or November 10, 2018: UL Lafayette Preview Day. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- December 12, 2018: All application documents and recommendation forms due for first review.
- February 2019: On-campus interviews begin for those selected.
- April 1, 2019: Acceptance letters mailed.