Louisiana Tech University

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Louisiana Tech University
Former names
The Industrial Institute and College of Louisiana (1894–1898)
Louisiana Industrial Institute (1898–1921)
Louisiana Polytechnic Institute (1921–1970)
Motto Union, Justice and Confidence
Type Public, Space grant
Established 1894[1]
Endowment $94 million
President Les Guice
Academic staff
504
Students 11,015
Undergraduates 9,215
Postgraduates 1,770
Location Ruston, Louisiana, USA
32°31′38″N 92°38′49″W / 32.52736°N 92.64701°W / 32.52736; -92.64701Coordinates: 32°31′38″N 92°38′49″W / 32.52736°N 92.64701°W / 32.52736; -92.64701
Campus Rural
Colors

Red & Blue

         [2]
Nickname Bulldogs & Lady Techsters
Affiliations APLU, SURA, C-USA
Mascot Champ & Tech
Website LaTech.edu

Louisiana Tech University is a College in Ruston, Louisiana.[1] It has degrees from associates to doctoral level.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Louisiana Tech University". U.S. News Education. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  2. "NEW LOUISIANA TECH ATHLETICS LOGOS". LA Tech Athletics. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  3. "Louisiana Tech University". The College Board. Retrieved 21 February 2016.