Follow the LSU Philosophy Department on Facebook to get updated news about our latest talks and events on campus!
The LSU Library has prepared a subject site for Philosophy. Make sure to consult it when working on papers and research projects! You may also speak with the subject librarian for philosophy at the LSU Libraries.
LSU Career Services assists students and alumni in choosing careers, obtaining career-related work experiences while in school, developing job search skills, and securing employment or admission to graduate or professional school. The team at Career Services offers one-on-one counseling/coaching appointments, as well as a variety of career events and interviewing opportunities. You can also find a wealth of resources and information on their website. Call for an appointment at 225-578-2162.
Students who wish to major in Philosophy, with or without a concentration, can find suggested four-year curricula by clicking here and selecting the College of Humanitites and Social Sciences.
Check out the What Can I Do with this Major? site!
The LSU Philosophy Colloquium is established for the expressed purpose of building a community of students, faculty, staff, and public citizens who support the study and practice of philosophy. Any LSU student, faculty or staff member, as well as any member of the public, who subscribes to the purpose and basic policies of the organization may become a member of this organization, subject only to compliance with the provision of the constitution. To keep track of colloquium events, check the Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/philo.colloquium.
To find groups and organizations with the same interests as you, go to Campus Life and check out some of the available opportunities.
LSU Cares is a collaborative campus-wide initiative led by the Division of Student Life & Enrollment to identify and positively intervene with students to help them succeed. The mission of LSU Cares centers on providing a mechanism for reporting situations and students of concern in an appropriate way.
The initiative consists of two teams: the Academic Intervention Team (AIT) which addresses academic concerns, and the C.A.R.E. (Communicate, Assess, Refer, Educate) Team, which addresses behavioral concerns. Concerns about LSU students can be submitted online at the LSU Cares page at http://www.lsu.edu/lsucares. Submissions will be immediately routed to the appropriate team for review. Appropriate submissions may include academic or personal difficulties such as death in the family, irregular course attendance, financial difficulties or academic underperformance.
LSU is a caring, supportive, purposeful, and engaged community supporting all current students across the university. We appreciate your support.