ULM Quick Facts
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE
- 9,004 undergraduate and graduate students from 63 parishes, 44 states and 51 countries attend ULM.
- 1,111 ULM employees; 379 of which are full-time faculty.
- ULM’s annual economic impact is $350 million.
- ULM graduates have added $784 million to Louisiana’s economy during the last 10 years.
- ULM spending created 3,699 non-university jobs.
- ULM faculty, staff, and students volunteered approximately 255,000 hours in one year.
Quality On The Rise
- An ambitious visionary plan that began in 2002 includes more than $70 million in new construction and renovations on campus. Students enjoy the newest, up-to-date residence halls, state-of-the-art SMART classrooms and labs, and a completely-renovated Student Union Building.
Points of Pride
- The New York Times article, “What Louisiana Can Teach,” features the College of Education and Human Development.
The Science Education Alliance of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute chooses ULM as one of 12 universities to participate in a national genomics research initiative.
- Students in pharmacy and the health sciences consistently pass national licensure examinations at rates ranging from 92% to 100%, much higher than national averages.
- A biology professor and his graduate student guides a film crew on a tour of Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge and its inhabitants, Alligator Snapping Turtles. Their research is televised on Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet.
- An Australian pharmaceutical company awards a pharmacy professor more than $1 million to research the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
- The ULM Water Ski Team is reigning national champions.
- The Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index, a national report, ranks ULM among the top 20 universities that produce the most scholarly work. ULM is the only Louisiana university included in the ranking.