The Staff Senate is made up of representatives of employees in every category on campus who are elected by their peers and are dedicated to serving the needs of their constituency. Staff Senators volunteer their time and energy to ensure that LSU is the best that it can be for all of us, and they are ready and willing to respond to your concerns. This site is designed to help you learn more about what Staff Senate does and how you can contact with them. It will also provide updates on issues and events affecting the staff at LSU.
The LSU Faculty Senate encourages participation in faculty governance by all faculty members.
The Black Faculty and Staff Caucus’, or BFSC, purpose is to ensure and maintain equitable treatment of African-American faculty and staff in promotions and job opportunities. The organization shall serve as an advocate for educational equity and a work environment free of racial tensions and biases with the liberty of investigating and addressing concerns. BFSC shall also monitor and address retention of minority faculty, staff and students. The organization shall provide assistance, education and social interaction for faculty, staff and students through workshops, lectures, seminars, meetings, professional development opportunities and employee assistance programs within and outside the university community.
The LSU Museum of Art, or LSU MOA, collects, conserves, exhibits and interprets the fine and decorative arts entrusted to its care and stewardship, providing opportunities for research, education and enjoyment to students, scholars and visitors. It sets itself apart through the strength of its collection and the breadth of research opportunities offered by the LSU academic community. Further, it engages collaboratively with its Shaw Center for the Arts partners to enrich the cultural life of Baton Rouge by offering a range of cultural activities.
Annual membership in the LSU MOA provides vital support for museum programming, conservation and expansion of the permanent collection and community outreach. Members keep our doors open! In addition to the many benefits and privileges members will receive as a member of LSU MOA, they will have the pride and satisfaction of knowing they are contributing to the growth and development of Baton Rouge's premier fine and decorative arts museum. Different levels of membership are provided.
All of the museum education programs are supported strictly through donations and grants. Members receive a newsletter and the opportunity to attend special programs sponsored by the museum. Donations made to the Museum of Natural Science help the museum remain one of the rare free museums in Louisiana.
The University Council on Gender Equity is dedicated to addressing issues of gender equity at LSU. The council membership is comprised of administrators, faculty, staff and students from across the LSU campus. It is the mission of the UCGE to leverage the knowledge, expertise and resources of council members to develop and revise policies, procedures and protocols to ensure gender equity at LSU.