Buddy DinnerFacility

The ICC has a conference room that can hold up to 20 people, the Heagler Room that can accommodate 50 to 70 people, and our "Hall of Cultures" which is our main meeting room for up to 275 people. We house a full kitchen, a lounge and game area, an apartment for up to ten people, and two offices for students and staff. Our "Hall of Cultures" displays over 100 flags hanging from our ceiling. We have a computer mini-lab with a printer, e-mail and fax capabilities, and other office conveniences, cable satellite television and a big screen television. We are very proud of the ICC and encourage you to come and take advantage of our facility.

If you have any suggestions or would like to get involved, please don't hesitate to contact us. We can be reached by phone at (225) 342-3084 (phone or Skype), by fax at (225) 342-0864, or by e-mail at icc@lsu.edu. Get involved, learn about leadership, make friends and valuable contacts, and help make the ICC the most exciting place to be on campus.

Building Rental

Tentative during the summer. Please check with ICC.ICC Hall of Cultures

The ICC building is available for rent. It is an ideal location for parties, meetings, or dances, and is situated close to the University Lakes.

To book rooms at the ICC, you will need to fill out a reservation form and bring it to the ICC. You can download the form (see link below), or collect one from the ICC. We are located at 3365 Dalrymple Drive, on the Dalrymple/W. Lakeshore intersection. You will need to pay the deposit as soon as possible, as we rent out rooms on a first-paid, first-served basis.

You can download the Building Use Agreement form below. If you want to use this form as an application for building use, please make sure that you put your signature on Page 1 and Page 3. If you are downloading the form from our online link below you can either fill up the form scan it and send an email to us or you can fax it to: (225)342-0864. Please note all reservations are subject to approval. Reservations will be confirmed only if the deposit for usage of the ICC rooms is paid well prior to the event.


Building Use Agreement

Please Note:

  • To rent the ICC, student organizations must register with Campus Life for final approval. If you want to serve alcohol at an event here, you need to apply to Campus Life for a permit and rules and regulations about the law should be strictly adhered throughout the event. Copies of the permit must be received by the ICC and the LSUPD before the event.
  • If you are booking the building for a community event, or you are not considered an LSU organization, you will need permission from the Office of Finance and Administrative Services, located in 330 T. Boyd Hall, phone number 578-3386, fax number 578-5403.
  • Fraternities and Sororities will be charged as community groups, but do not need the letter of permission from the Office of Finance and Administrative Services.
  • Additional cleaning fees may be assessed if the rooms are left in disorder.
  • International Student Associations are allowed no more than three free hours of building in a given week. These hours must be used consecutively and may not be spread between multiple events.

Fees

Building use

Building International Student Associations Official LSU functions, private use by International Student * Outside individuals and community groups Handling fees
Heagler Room First three hours free, then $10 per hour $15 per hour $30 per hour $20
Hall of Cultures First three hours free, then $15 per hour $35 per hour $50 per hour $30
Conference Room Free $10 per hour $10 per hour N/A
Kitchen Free $10 flat rate $30 flat rate  
Deposit $20 $25 $50  
*International Student is a non-immigrant student on F-1 or J-1 visa

 

Electronic Equipment

  International Student Associations Official LSU functions, private use by International Student * Outside individuals and community groups
Sound System $10 $15 $30
TV and Players $10 $15 $30
Projector $50 $50 $50
Deposit $50 $50 $50

 

*International Student is a non-immigrant student on F-1 or J-1 visa

 

All Individuals and groups who are not international students, regardless of any other status, must pay the community fee-scale. This includes all students, other than non-immigrant students, students who have a green card, LSU faculty and staff.