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Xavier University Of Louisiana
7325 Palmetto St
New Orleans, LA , 70125-1098
Phone: (504) 486-7411
President Dr. Norman C. Francis
Founded in: 1925
Campus Size: 29
Student Faculty Ratio: 13 to 1
Entrance Difficulty: Very difficult
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Financial Aid Phone: (504) 520-7517
 Admissions Phone  : (504) 520-7388

Campus Description:  29-acre, urban campus in New Orleans

General Information: Not Selective, Medium School, Catholic Affiliation, Urban/Major City, Female Majority, Graduate Students - Medium, Total Minority - High, Black Students - High, High Cost, Reader Service for the Blind, Handicapped Student Services, Note taking Services, Study Abroad, Advanced Placement/CLEP, Accelerated Study, Cooperative Work Experience, Reserve Officers - Training Corps (ROTC), Campus Publications, Dormitories, Foreign Student Organizations, Honor Student Organizations, Minority Student Organizations, Radio/TV Station, Religious Organizations, Social Fraternities and Sororities, Student Government, Student/Faculty Ratio - Medium,

Past Performance:

No. of Doctoral Degrees awarded last year:  147
No. of Masters Degrees awarded last year:  35
No. of Bachelors Degrees awarded last year:  350
No. of Associates Degrees awarded last year:  0

Schools Selected by our Graduates:   Clark Atlanta University, Creighton University, Howard University, Louisiana State University, Meharry MedicalColl, Texas Southern University, Tulane University, University of Minnesota, University of Mississippi,Northwestern University, Xavier University

Our students hired by:  AT&T, Champion International, Delta Airlines, AETNA, IBM, Microsoft, local schools and banks, government.

Famous Alumni:  Dr. Claude H. Organ, Jr., chairperson, American Board of Surgery; Ernst Morial, former mayor, New Orleans; Annabell Bernard, soprano; Dr. Milton Gordon, president, California State University at Fullerton; Mary Nunson Runge, first black president, American Pharmaceutical Association; Gen. Bernard Randolph, UniversityS. Air Force (retired); John T. Scott, sculptor, Regina Benjamin (1979), private physician in Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Winner of the 1997 Nelson Mandela Award for Health and Human Rights. First African American woman named to the American Medical Association's Board of Trustees. Annabelle Bernard (1956), soprano, first African American to perform as a principal player with the Deutsche Oper in Berlin, Germany, awarded the coveted title of Kammersangerin by the German government. Alvin Boutte (1951), founder and CEO of Indecorp, the largest African American-owned financial institution in the United States. Karim Camara - New York State Assemblyman. Louis Castenell (1968) dean of the University of Cincinnati's College of Education, heralded in such national publications as The New York Times and The Washington Post for his innovative teacher education programs. Charles Champion (1955) community pharmacist in Memphis, Tennessee, and a specialist in the use of herbal medicines. Named as one of America's 50 most influential pharmacists by American Druggist magazine. Nathaniel Clifton, first African American to sign a contract to play in the National Basketball Association. Annie Easley, computer scientist who worked for the NASA's Lewis Research Center, a leading member of the team which developed software for the Centaur and one of the first African-Americans in her field. Alexis Herman (1969) first African American U.S. Secretary of Labor; former director of the White House Office of Public Liaison. Robert "Scoop" Jackson, (1985), sports journalist for ESPN. Ivan L.R. Lemelle (1971) U.S. magistrate judge, district court in New Orleans. Sam A. Labinjo (2006) Chemist, founder of the Black Chemical Organazation of Chicago. Marie McDemmond (1968), first female president at Norfolk State University. George McKenna III (1961), superintendent of the Inglewood Unified School District in Los Angeles, Calif. While serving as principal at Washington High in Los Angeles, he turned a "bad" urban school in an educational model of excellence, the basis for the TV movie The George McKenna Story, starring Denzel Washington. Ernest Nathan Morial (known as Dutch), first African American mayor of New Orleans. Bernard Randolph, (1954), retired general who served as head of the USAF Space and Defense Systems Command, only the third African American to reach the rank of four-star general in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. Candice Stewart, Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2002 and Miss Louisiana USA 2005 John Stroger, (1953), former president of the Cook County, IL Board of Commissioners. Todd Stroger, (1985), president of the Cook County, IL Board of Commissioners.

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