On Friday, Aug. 18, an anticipated 750 LSU students, faculty and staff will serve at a number of Baton Rouge-area schools. The projects are part of the annual Volunteer LSU Community Bound Program, a day of service for LSU students.
The LSU Alumni Association will celebrate the relaunch of The Cook Hotel on Wednesday, Aug. 23, with an all-day open house featuring tours, door prizes, special guests and refreshments.
It’s move-in day at LSU. While students are moving into their residence halls, another new prospective member of the LSU community is also moving in this week – a possible new tiger mascot.
First Year Experience will be hosting Bengal Bound, LSU's annual welcome week program, from Aug. 16 - Sept. 2. Open to all incoming first-year LSU students, the event also welcomes returning students. Bengal Bound is coordinated by the First Year Experience department, part of the Division of Student Affairs.
The students in Professor Laurie Drummond's English 2000 class are fine-tuning their persuasive writing skills while helping local Baton Rouge pets find a home.
An anticipated 2,500 new and returning students will be moving to campus on Move-In Day, Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in all on-campus residence halls and apartments.
The LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio will host a reception on Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Louisiana Governor's Mansion to kick off the Louisiana Community Resilience Institute. This reception is open to the press.