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Louisiana Community and Technical College Transfer Students


At the Tulane School of Professional Advancement, we know that finding the right place to continue your education is a huge decision. Our transfer agreement with the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS) gives LCTCS graduates an opportunity to seamlessly transfer and earn a Tulane bachelor’s degree in nine high-demand fields.

Delgado Students with Louisiana Transfer Degrees

Delgado graduates with Louisiana Transfer degrees (AALT and ASLT) in business, criminal justice, humanities, social sciences, physical sciences and biological sciences should click here for more information and transfer guides. Delgado students who are pursuing Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degrees, or the Louisiana Transfer degree with a concentration in fine arts, should follow the LCTCS agreement guidelines outlined on this page.


SoPA’s academic programs are directly relevant to your career aspirations. Our classes are taught by industry-leading experts, most of whom are working professionals themselves, providing you with real-life experience in the career you're seeking. Explore the SoPA bachelor’s degree programs in Digital Design, Exercise Science, General Legal Studies, Health & Wellness, Homeland Security Studies, Humanities, Information Technology, Public Relations & Digital Media Marketing, and Social Sciences.


Tulane SoPA admission is guaranteed to individuals who meet the following criteria:

  • completed coursework includes transferable courses outlined on the SoPA LCTCS Articulation Matrix, which is a modified version of the State's Board of Regents' Course Articulation Matrix.
  • completed at least 30 credit hours with a C or better in each course.

SoPA bachelor’s degrees require 120 credit hours, of which a maximum of 60 credit hours may be transferred. Transfer students may be required to complete more than 60 credits to earn a SoPA degree.


Transfer Guide

This guide lists all transferable LCTCS courses and their Tulane SoPA course equivalents. The course equivalents included in this guide apply only to students transferring to SoPA and seeking SoPA majors.


Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship—$1,500 Per Semester

The Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) scholarship is a gap scholarship to help fill the gaps between tuition, mandatory fees, and awarded financial aid. The PTK scholarship shall be used only for tuition and eligible fee-related expenses. To avoid an over-award of a student’s tuition and eligible fee costs, a student’s tuition-based scholarship, institutional scholarship, exemption, or waiver cannot exceed full cost of the tuition or eligible fee component. Students who are PTK graduates are guaranteed admission to Tulane SoPA after completing an application to the College, providing all applicable Tulane SoPA admissions standards are met. Students are eligible to receive a scholarship of up to $1,500 per semester to Tulane SoPA, not to exceed a $3,000 annually, contingent on the availability of funds, renewable each year, upon meeting the following criteria:

  • Have completed an associate’s degree no earlier than Fall 2018
  • Be an active PTK member in good standing at the time of graduation.
  • Have completed a FAFSA and listed Tulane University as a recipient of FAFSA data.
  • Student must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5.
  • Have applied to Tulane SoPA.
  • Enroll full-time at Tulane SoPA the semester after their completion of an associate’s degree.
  • Maintain full-time (12 credits) enrollment (for scholarship renewal).
  • Be in good academic standing while enrolled at Tulane SoPA (for renewal).

Students who meet the criteria should take the following steps:

Once the form is completed, financial aid will upload your final award packages to your portal. Additionally, SoPA’s Director of Academic Advising Amanda Hassan will contact you regarding the transfer process.

Contact the PTK advisor at your current school for more information.


Start your Application

Your first step in the transfer process is to start an application for admission to SoPA and request official transcripts from all of your previous colleges and universities.
Request that your previous institutions forward electronic transcripts to If electronic transcripts are not available, official transcripts in unopened envelopes from the institution may be mailed to:
SoPA Admissions
Richardson Bldg. #5
Suite 204
6823 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118

Once you have been accepted, an academic advisor will work with you to determine your transferable credits. To transfer course credit, you must have earned at least a C in the course and Tulane SoPA must offer a course comparable to the one you want to transfer. Courses transferred from other institutions are never figured into the grade point average. Tulane SoPA accepts a maximum of 60 hours of transfer credits toward a bachelor’s degree.