Here at Xavier, we recognize, acknowledge, and appreciate that each student is unique. As such, our admissions application process allows each student the individual attention throughout the review and decision process.
Xavier University of Louisiana uses a holistic assessment of a student's completed application when making admissions decisions. All submitted information is considered by the admissions committee before a decision is made.
Can be sent to XULA at
1 Drexel Drive
P.O. Box 132
Test scores should be sent directly to XULA from the Testing Agency using the following XULA codes:
XULA SAT Code: 6975
XULA ACT Code: 1618
The University expects that answers to all questions on the application be accurate and truthful. Any falsification of information in the application may result in denial of admission or University disciplinary action. Applicants are encouraged to use one of the on-line applications.
A transcript of credits from a regionally and/or state-accredited high school indicating that the applicant has, or will complete, a minimum of sixteen academic units of secondary school work in college preparatory subjects which include: 4 units of English, 2 units of Mathematics (including Algebra), 1 unit of Science, 1 unit of Social Science, and 8 units of Languages or Other Academic Electives.
Students interested in majoring in any of the mathematics-related fields (accounting, computer science, mathematics, mathematics education, or any of the natural sciences) ideally should have four years of college preparatory mathematics courses, including two years of algebra, one of geometry, and at least one semester of trigonometry. It is recommended that natural science majors, in addition to the above-mentioned mathematics courses, should also take biology, chemistry and physics in high school.
Applicants who have not completed a regular high school program but who have taken the General Education Development test and obtained satisfactory grades may be admitted by presenting a high school equivalency certificate in lieu of a complete high school transcript. These certificates may be obtained through a student's State Department of Education.
Scores from the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or the American College Testing Program (ACT). Scores from tests taken between April of the junior year and January of the senior year are preferred.
Recommendation from high school counselor.
Applications received after the deadline will be considered there are slots available in the incoming class.