Student Bill of Rights
An effort on behalf of LSU SG to condense existing policy statements into meaningful rights for all students, including: the right to access grade data, your standing within a class, access to professors, non discriminatory rights, etc.
This collective effort from by Student, Faculty, and Staff Senate to show an LSU commitment to student success and student rights.
LSU Student Government representatives attend and provide feedback on the implementation of the University's Strategic Plan.
A database for students to view class syllabi before selecting classes for the upcoming semester. Please urge your professors to add their class syllabus to our database!
Scantrons and bluebooks are available FREE of charge in the Student Government Executive Office (150 LSU Student Union) Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please have your Tiger Card available to swipe in order to get the materials. A total of two (2) testing products per day is allowed.
Collegiate Readership Program
Coming Fall 2017 - Digital versions of the New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal available to all students, free of charge.
Coming Fall 2017 - Restructure of the PS-22 Policy to allow more flexibility for students for reasonable excuses (job interviews, grad school visits, etc.)
Coming Fall 2017 - Expanding the use of e-textbooks by faculty to provide more affordable book options to students
Coming Fall 2017 - Encouraging senior colleges to create flow charts for their respective curriculum
Concentrated Study Period
Coming Fall 2017 - Revising the rules of concentrated study period to eliminate graded assignments during this period
Formation of a University-wide committee to re-evaluate LSU's clicker policy with the new implementation of the TurningPoint licensing fee.