LSU Alumni Association
The LSU Alumni Association, a nonprofit organization whose supporters are graduates, former students, and friends of the University, is an integral component of LSU. The Association's programs of excellence have improved all areas of University life to enhance the overall academic experience.
For more than 100 years, the Association has worked hand-in-hand with the University administration to promote the mutually beneficial relationship shared between alumni and their alma mater. Cooperation in this regard has led to the development of numerous programs and projects that LSU alumni can proudly call their own.
With the generous donations of major donors, the Association supports numerous scholarships, professorships, and faculty awards and has privately funded the construction of the Lod Cook Alumni Center, The Cook Hotel & Conference Center at LSU, the Jack & Priscilla Andonie Museum, the Sugar Woods Building, and the LSU War Memorial.
The National LSU Alumni Association Board of Directors provides leadership and vision in determining the policies and various programs of the independently financed organization serving more than 225,000 living alumni around the world.
More information can be found on the LSU Alumni Association website.