The Ogden Honors College will hold its graduation ceremony on May 11
Sean O’Keefe Leadership Award, honorary degree also to be handed out on May 12
One of the country’s top public-relations executives will address the graduating class of LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication on Friday, May 12.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards will deliver the keynote address at LSU’s 292nd commencement ceremony on Friday, May 12, in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
LSU recognized 1,697 graduates at the university’s 291st commencement exercises on Friday, Dec. 16. LSU’s fall graduating class included the most degrees awarded to African American and Hispanic students during any fall semester.
During LSU’s 291st commencement exercises, four graduates earned College Honors from the Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College. These students participated in a specific honors program and successfully completed and defended an undergraduate thesis.
Twenty-six LSU employees were recognized at the university’s 291st commencement exercises on Friday, Dec. 16, where 1,697 students graduated. Of the 26 employees who graduated, four earned a bachelor’s degree, 15 earned a master’s degree and seven earned a doctoral degree.
These students earned this honor by meeting high standards set by faculty in various colleges and by the LSU Communication across the Curriculum program.
Nineteen LSU seniors received University Medals for graduating with the highest undergraduate grade-point averages as part of LSU’s 291st commencement exercises on Friday, Dec. 16.
Twin sisters and graduate students Brooke Fontenot and Bryce Fontenot plan to graduate in December with master’s degrees in plant, environmental management and soil sciences from LSU. They currently have the exact same GPA.