Homecoming: More Than a Game

The UPC takes our Ragin' Cajuns spirit beyond football and puts it firmly in the hands of the students. Get ready for a week of fun activities and entertainment culminating in a parade and tailgating before the big game.

are “Yell like Hell” spirit competition, parties, concerts and many other activities that occur all week in anticipation of the big game. - See more at: http://upc.test.louisiana.edu/events-traditions/homecoming#sthash.dFsZDuk1.dpuf


Ragin' Cajun Memories

Traditions are the driving force in creating a university's distinct identity—they shape the shared college memories that alumni bond over.

UPC leads many of UL Lafayette's most cherished traditions via student committees that are as eclectic as the student body is, because everyone is part of UPC.

University Program Center

Student Union, Room 157

What We Do

The University Program Center (UPC) is the premiere programmig center at UL Lafayette. It consists of three self governing boards: Cultural Connections, Student Activities, and University Traditions. UPC These boards produce inclusive professional programming for the students, by the students. By providing unique involvement opportunities, we give students the opportunity to create unforgettable moments in your Ragin’ Cajun experience.

UPC students plan dozens of campus events, including pool parties, Late Night Bowling, Movie Madness, and much more! UPC also produces many of the University’s proudest traditions, from Homecoming Week to Lagniappe Day, the Miss UL Lafayette pageant to the Krewe of Roux Mardi Gras Ball, just to name a few!

Being a part of UPC offers our students opportunities to participate in leadership, project management, and organizational experiences, and to a have a great time doing it! Through our numerous programs, students learn to plan events for the entire campus to enjoy. We're the best in campus entertainment, traditions, culture, and spirit - for students, by students.

Your Input

Do you have an idea for a future event? Have you noticed something that didn't go right at a past event? Please contact Carole Parsons at 337-482-6945.