Current Student Resource Hub
Welcome to the Current Student Resources Page. Here you will find relevant information and quick links to an array of resources for all current students. If you have additional questions, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or feel free to contact our office.
The success and wellness of our students is a priority for LSU. Resources and services are available to support your cognitive, personal, professional, and academic development.
- Student Advocacy & Accountability
- Center for Academic Success
- CxC: Communication Across the Curriculum
- Disability Services
- LSU Library
- Hill Memorial Library
GoGrad’s guide assists students in choosing between the Thesis or Non-thesis option Master’s Degree.
There are a variety of safe options for parking, transportation, and housing near and around campus.
In addition to textbooks, students can find a wide variety of books, apparel, gifts and accessories, supplies, and electronics at the Barnes & Noble. A Starbucks café is located on the first floor.
LSU offers a variety of meal plans & dining options.
LSU Police is dedicated to providing a safe environment for students, faculty, and staff
If you are experiencing an especially difficult or confidential conflict (for example, conflict with a dissertation advisor or other faculty member) with your department and you wish to go outside the department for advice and conflict resolution, LSU provides a free service, the Office of the Ombudsperson, to assist in finding a resolution.
LSU is committed to supporting and fostering a diverse campus community. There are several campus offices that offer resources and events including the
LSU’s campus, as well as the wider Baton Rouge area, has a thriving arts, theater, and sporting community. Check out some of the resources below to find local events of interest.
An online reporting system to express concerns about student in crisis, sexual misconduct, hazing, discrimination, potential violations of the LSU Code of Student Conduct, and express complaints and grievances. The CARE approach includes communication, assessment, referrals, and education to offer a response.
Additionally, there are multiple crisis and assault resources available to the LSU community. A partial list is below:
|Crisis Intervention Center||The Crisis Intervention Center offers support through chat, phone, and text.|
|The Lighthouse Program||The Lighthouse Program provides interpersonal violence prevention, advocacy, and support to the campus community including assistance for filing a police report, a university judicial report, obtaining mental and physical health care, safe housing, and more.|
|Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response (STAR)||STAR provides a 24/7 hotline and multiple services to support survivors. Offices are located in both Baton Rouge and New Orleans.|
|Title IX and Sexual Misconduct||Human Resource Management provides definitions, resources, contact information, and more related to Title IX violations and sexual misconduct.|
Print from a campus computer, laptop, or mobile device.
Students are able to access software that is installed in the computer labs on campus using the Virtual Lab.
The Faculty Technology Center offers many resources for faculty and graduate teaching assistants geared toward incorporating technology into teaching, learning, and research. Software consulting and technical training services are also available.
A wide variety of software is made available for students to download free of charge on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems through Tigerware. There are also links to discounted software and hardware.