Learning Outcomes Assessment
The primary goal of the learning outcomes assessment is on-going improvement of the academic regimen which students adhere to during their undergraduate and graduate matriculation and maintain SUNO’s standard of education quality. We are constantly exploring new statistical techniques to shed light on how SUNO will grow and have a better educational experience.
Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) primarily serves the educational and cultural needs of the Greater New Orleans metropolitan area. SUNO creates and maintains an environment conducive to learning and growth, promotes the upward mobility of students by preparing them to enter into new as well as traditional careers, and equips them to function optimally in the mainstream of American society.
The university provides a sound education tailored to special needs of students coming to an open admissions institution and prepares them for full participation in a complex and changing society. It offers a liberal education directed toward the achievement of higher literacy and broad intellectual development, which in turn serve as a foundation for training in one of the professions. SUNO provides instruction for working adults of the area who seek to continue their education in the evening or on weekends.
ACT Residual Testing (for students)SUNO’s ACT Residual Exam is administered to enrolled or admitted students who were unable to test on a national test date.
How It Works
Please download the SUNO ACT Residual Exam Reminder so you will know when your testing date is. You will Adobe Acrobat to access the form.
Economic Impact Study (3786 KB)
HCR No. 152 (124 KB)
The total enrollment at SUNO has grown every year since Hurricane Katrina. Despite projections that the University's enrollment would only reach between 1,200 and 1,500 students in the spring of 2006, more than 2,000 students returned to campus. SUNO's current enrollment is 2,704 students.