Paul Jackson has compiled information from a wide variety of sources regarding universities and schools offering options for displaced students. The information was current as of 9/2. There is much info so I've broken it up into several shorter posts. Please send any updated news as you see it!
I've thrown this together quickly, from news accounts. I'm sure it is not complete. I don't find any other source that lists options such as this. It seems SLA or other such organizations, as an organization, should be developing this kind of information for all libraries and FEMA and RED Cross (anyone helping families) to have access to. It's possible that someone at the Chronicle of Higher Education could develop this further? There are Law Schools within these that have their own criteria as well...I've added notes to some.
Higher Education offerings for displaced students affected by Katrina.
The assistance is being offered to students from such institutions as
None has yet announced if they will be able to reopen for the fall term.
Dillard University,Loyola University- New Orleans, Our Lady of Holy Cross College, Southern University-New Orleans, Tulane University, the University of New Orleans, and Xavier University of Louisiana , Troy, and other colleges and universities affected by Katrina.