Registrar's Office

Grambling-La Tech Inter-Institutional Cooperative Program

Grambling State University and Louisiana Tech University operate an Inter-Institutional Cooperative Program (ICP). This program makes it possible for students to enroll for courses at both schools. Faculty exchange between the two institutions is also a part of the program.

Application for courses to be taken on the cooperating campuses must be made at the institution where admission requirements have been met and degree programs are being pursued. Credits earned may apply toward a degree at the home institution. The student’s dean or authorized representative must approve the course(s) selected and the course load. A copy of the student’s transcript bearing the official seal will be furnished to his/her home institution.

An ICP student will be charged “full fees” at the home institution, regardless of course load. This will not require additional fees from the visiting institution.

Grambling State University students who are planning to graduate in the spring semester should NOT enroll in ICP courses; the grades will not be available by the graduation date.

Grambling students wishing to take a Louisiana Tech course should pick up and return the form to the Registrar's Office.