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  // Sunday, 10 August 2014 21:18 //
Advocate staff photo by BRAD BOWIE -- Students at LSU Eunice, from left, Andrew Dupre, Kyle Kaamil, Tara Olivier, and Katelin Hebert, hang out in the student union on Tuesday afternoon. The school is offering the Bridge Program to two year students hoping to make the transition to a four year university.
Ragin’ Cajuns offer easier transition from LSU-Eunice
Seth Dickerson| Special to The Advocate

LAFAYETTE — LSU at Eunice Bengals looking to become Ragin’ Cajuns after attaining their associate degrees will have a much easier transition now.

Starting this fall, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is extending its Ragin’ Cajun Bridge Program to LSU at Eunice.

The program will aid LSU-Eunice students in the transition from the two-year college to UL-Lafayette’s four-year programs by giving them special access to some of the amenities at the Lafayette campus while they’re still attending classes at the Eunice campus.

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