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HBCU-UP

Box 146
Xavier University of LA
1 Drexel Drive
New Orleans, LA
70125 USA
(504) 520-7646

hbcuup@xula.edu


Dr. Kenneth Boutte
PI, HBCU-UP
Dean, Freshman Studies
(504) 520-5469

Dr. Murty Akundi
Program Director
(504) 520-7643
NCF Annex Room 244

Dr. Marion Carroll
Program Director
(504) 520-7371
NCF Annex Room 344

Ms. Adrienne Hunter
Project Assistant
(504) 520-7646

 

HBCU - UP

Information for Students

HBCU-UP has opportunities for Xavier students, high school students, and also middle school students. We strive to make you a better student. We want to enhance and enrich your educational opportunites in the science and technical majors. We have opportunities for students who show potential in the sciences. These opportunities are to assist students to become better in their areas of study.

We offer financial assistance, summer programs, tutoring services, and research opportunities for students.


 

Peer Tutoring Centers

Where do you go for help with your course work? — The HBCU-UP Peer Tutoring Centers. And it's free! All Xavier University of Louisiana students are invited to get assistance from their peers, staff, and even faculty in the tutoring centers.

Tutoring is available in biology, chemistry, computer science, math, and physics.

Tutoring for other courses is available through the Office of Academic Support.

 

Financial Assistance

We offer tuition scholarships.

We "promote from within" so that upperclass HBCU-UP Scholars can be paid as tutors.

 

Info for Xavier Students

  • Check the Xavier HBCU-UP home page for scheduled information.
  • If you want assistance in your biology, chemistry, computer science, math, or physics courses take a look at the tutoring center information.
  • If you'd like to join HBCU-UP, take a look at the qualification and application information.
  • We provide presentations and workshops with science and technology professionals. Students meet peer mentors in their prospective areas of study and also professional mentors.
 

Info for Middle School and High School Students

  • Check the Xavier HBCU-UP home page for scheduled information.
  • We let high school seniors students enroll in developmental math. We assist them during this co-enrollment so they begin their college career in degree-eligible courses.
  • We have summer bridge programs to better prepare high school students in their sciences studies. Students who attend this program have successfully begun Xavier by enrolling in more advanced math courses.
  • We provide presentations and workshops with science and technology professionals. Students meet peer mentors in their prospective areas of study and also professional mentors.
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