CHSE Residential College

A Living-Learning Community of CHSE Tigers

The CHSE Residential College, located in Cypress Hall, is a living-learning community for CHSE students. Residents live and learn together in reserved sections of core first-year classes. Cypress Hall houses group study and meeting rooms where supplemental instruction and tutoring opportunities are available. Academic advisors and instructors hold office hours on-site. More about Cypress Hall

Classes offered in Cypress Hall include: ATRN 200, Engl 1001, HSE 1000, Kin 1600, Kin 2500, Tai Chi, and Yoga. These courses are only available to Cypress Hall residents.

Students residing in living-learning communities are more engaged in their studies, strengthening academic performance and learning skills and improving overall satisfaction. These results appear across a variety of institutions with diverse student populations.

Cypress Hall Advantages:

  • Live and take classes, sometimes in the residence halls in the community, with their peers in Cypress, creating a smaller network within the larger LSU campus.
  • Course scheduling assistance for the fall and spring semesters with space in specific courses reserved for Cypress students.
  • Network with faculty members and CHSE administrators.
  • Discover leadership potential, develop communication skills, acclimate to LSU culture, and transition into the college and the larger university community.
  • Explore different career opportunities within each CHSE major.
  • In-community tutoring, one-on-one mentoring and advising, in-hall study groups.
  • Gain skills on topics like résumé writing and business etiquette for post-graduation through seminars offered through the college.
  • Network with industry leaders and professionals through lectures and workshops designed to expose students to real-life experiences.
  • A convenient location near the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, Huey P. Long Field House, Peabody Hall, and The 5 Dining Hall.
  • Two-student, connecting style suite bathrooms, secure access to the building and floors, and several amenities, including a computer lab, laundry room, and several dedicated study areas throughout the building.

To take a tour of Cypress Hall, contact LSU Residential Life and request a Residence Hall Tour.

Photo of the Cypress Hall courtyard.

Cypress Hall

Cypress Hall provides everything students need to be successful: offices where CHSE advisors hold office hours, two classrooms, multiple study spaces, outdoor courtyards, and modern two-student, suite-bathroom style rooms in a great location on the west side of campus near the Five dining hall and athletic venues.

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Contact Us

Hannah Plauche

Rector, Cypress Hall
3215 Huey P. Long Field House

Haley Shows

Manager of First Year Initiatives
1200B Huey P. Long Field House

Samantha Frenz

Cypress Hall Residence Coordinator
1003B Cypress Hall