The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Louisiana. The list below shows testing locations for computer based TOEFL exam. Please scroll down to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses) in Louisiana.
- Alexandria, LA – APCN-1313
Louisiana State University At Alexandria, 8100 Highway 71 South,
Alexandria, Louisiana 71302 United States
- South Louisiana Community College – STN20156A
1101 Bertrand Dr, Room 408 Ardoin Building,
Lafayette, Louisiana 70506 United States
- Baton Rouge – S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard – APCN-5233
4354 S Sherwood Forest Blvd, Suite D-220,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70816 United States
- Northwestern State University – STN14903A
913 University Parkway, Testing Center, Watson Memorial Library, Room 115,
Natchitoches, Louisiana 71457 United States
- McNeese State University – STN14968A
450 Lawton Drive, Burton Business Center, Room 210c,
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70609 United States
Louisiana Area Codes
Short for LA, Louisiana was admitted to United States on 04/30/1812. The capital city is Baton Rouge. With an area of 134,264 km², Louisiana has a population of 4,681,666. The population density is 34.87 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Louisiana has 5 area codes: 225, 318, 337, 504, 985. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
Baton Rouge [ bætn ru ː ʒ ], capital of the state of Louisiana, USA, on the east bank of the Mississippi (the end of shipping by sea), 229,500 residents; Seat of a Catholic bishop; two universities, planetarium.
The city’s economic boom began in 1909 with the construction of a large oil refinery; The world’s largest settlement of chemical industry (“chemical strip”) stretches along the Mississippi from Baton Rouge south to New Orleans (160 km).
Baton Rouge was built around a fort built by the French in 1719. British-owned from 1763–79, then mostly under Spanish administration until 1810, it has been the capital of Louisiana since 1849 (with interruptions 1861–82).
Shreveport [ ʃ ri ː vp ɔ ː t], city in northwestern Louisiana, USA, on the Red River, 198,400 residents; catholic bishopric; Branches of Louisiana State University and Southern University, college, museums; Oil and gas extraction center, oil refinery, metal, cotton, wood industry; Tourism; Barksdale Air Force Base.
Settled from 1836, named after Henry Miller Shreve (* 1785, † 1851), who made the Red River navigable from there in 1835. During the Civil War, Shreveport was the last Confederate bastion.
National Historic Parks in Louisiana
Creole River Cane National Historic Park, located in the Natchitoches area, includes two well-preserved cotton plantations built in the first half of the 19th century.
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, located near New Orleans, is dedicated to the historical, cultural and natural attractions of the Mississippi Delta region. Includes, among others, the Acadiana Cultural Center in Lafayette; the Barataria reserve near the city of Marrero; place in the city of Chalmet, where on January 8, 1815, the Battle of New Orleans took place between the American and British armies. Named after privateer Jean Lafitte, who played a role in the history of Louisiana in the early 19th century. The park is also home to Chalmette National Cemetery, where American soldiers who died in wars in the 19th and 20th centuries are buried.
New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park, dedicated to the origins of jazz music. Includes Louis Armstrong Park.
National military parks in Louisiana
Vicksburg National Military Park is located in northeast Louisiana (and also in the neighboring state of Mississippi). On the territory of the park in May-July 1863, one of the most important battles of the American Civil War, known as the Siege of Vicksburg, took place. Also located here is Vicksburg National Cemetery.