LSU TSP offers resources and programs specifically for transfer students, designed to connect transfer students not only to the University, but also to one another.
Transfer Student Newsletter
The best way to stay informed about events and opportunities available to transfer students is to sign up for our newsletter. We email once a month to keep you informed about transfer events and campus resources. Stay in the know and email LSUTSP@lsu.edu to be placed on the Transfer Student Newsletter mailing list.
Tiger Transition Team (T3)
Explore, Engage and Empower with T3. By participating in T3 you'll get your own peer mentor to help you transition to college and LSU.
The first Friday of each month, TSP and FYE host a First Friday event. Students are invited to Johnston Hall to enjoy free breakfast, share their LSU experiences with other first-year and transfer students, and get to know FYE and TSP staff.
Sophomore Gold Living-Learning Community
Transfer Student Programs, First Year Experience, and Residential Life have joined to develop a living experience with unique opportunities for sophomore students who want to Live Gold. Students participating in the Living-Learning Community will live in a peer-filled community and receive academic as well as professional mentorship. To learn more about Sophomore Gold Living-Learning Community, please click here.
TSP Connections are events throughout the semester to connect transfer students with their peers and transfer-specific resources.
Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Chapter
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for two-year colleges and academic programs. For more information about the Alumni Chapter, please contact Missy Korduner.
Tau Sigma is a national honor society for transfer students.
Non-Traditional Student Organization
The Non-Traditional Student Organization of LSU was established for the purpose of maintaining the well-being of non-traditional students through outreach, advocacy, social and academic programming, and communication with the University administration. If you work full time, delayed enrollment into college, or are parent of child, consider joining NTSO. To learn more, please contact us.