About University of Louisiana at Monroe
The University of Louisiana at Monroe is committed to serving as a gateway to diverse academic studies for citizens living in the urban and rural regions of the Lower Mississippi Delta. The University offers a broad array of academic and professional programs through the doctoral degree, including the state’s only public Pharm.D. program. Complemented by research and service, these programs address the post-secondary educational needs of the area’s citizens, business and industry.
The university ensures student learning by promoting a comprehensive context for the intellectual, scientific, cultural, technological, and economic development of a diverse student and faculty population. The University of Louisiana at Monroe values the continued development of mutually beneficial partnerships involving school, governmental, business, and a variety of community-based agencies.
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