Please take some time to visit the yearbook archive which details the growth of the university from its inception as the Southern Louisiana Institute (SLI), to the University of Southwestern Louisiana (USL), to its current University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Images below show some of the lesser known images of UL Lafayette and Judice-Rickels Hall.
Please take some time to visit the Yearbook link below which houses all digital copies of the yearbook.
That's right - ice skating on the swamp. That's just one of the amazing stories that goes untold about our wonderful campus. As you can see, hidden gems are a part of ULL's history. Depicted in this picture, professors and students alike skate across a frozen swamp in the year of 1962, just one year after the school was renamed from Southwestern Louisiana Institute (SLI) to the University of Southwestern Louisiana (USL) - See more here
Judice-Rickels Hall and UL Lafayette Campus
Over the Years
Judice-Rickels 1930 (look at the size of the oak tree)
"Judice Hall" 1937 - used as a dorm
Judice Hall 1938
Campus from Above 1960
Judice Dormitory 1961
Campus from above 1966
Hebrard Blvd. 1967