LSU President and Chancellor F. King Alexander, left, speaks to the Fall Fest crowd. Joining him are LSU Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Stuart Bell, Mike the Tiger and LSU Vice Chancellor for Student Life & Enrollment Services Kurt Keppler.
LSU Fall Fest is made possible thanks to generous donations to the university by presenting sponsor Campus Federal Credit Union, along with additional funding from Burbank Commons, ExxonMobil, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, Shell, The Cottages of Baton Rouge, U Club Cottages and University Crescent sponsorships. In addition to providing funding for Fall Fest, a portion of these sponsors’ donations – a total of $5,500 – was contributed to the LSU general scholarship fund. Additionally, in-kind donations were made to LSU Fall Fest by the Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Bottling Company, LSU Dining and Magnolia Canteen.
LSU Fall Fest provides community members with the opportunity to learn about different campus departments, enjoy free food and drinks and celebrate the spirit of LSU with student and local entertainment from the Fall Fest stage.
A flash mob breaks out during Fall Fest.
Even LSU Tiger Head Football Coach Les Miles joined in on the Fall Fest fun, taking a moment with the Legacy Dancers.