University of Louisiana at Lafayette, established in 1898, is a public research university located in Lafayette, Louisiana. It has an undergraduate enrollment of over 15,800 students. Its urban campus enjoys the shade of Century Oaks and view of the Cypress Lake. Its students benefit from membership into a range of student organizations, including writing for a student-run newspaper or rushing for Greek life. They cheer for the Ragin Cajuns who compete in Division I sports, and get to take part in several on-campus cultural events. Notable alumni include Pulitzer Prize-winning James Lee Burke and Grammy-award-winning Frank Ocean. The university, that is medium-sized and welcoming, has a winning campus life.