LSU Tiny Tigers
LSU's Official Pregnancy and Parenting Program
Welcome to LSU Tiny Tigers, our official pregnancy and parenting program.
Below you will find more information about how to navigate work or school as a parent of the LSU community, information about lactation spaces on campus, and some frequently asked questions about LSU Tiny Tigers.
If you have questions that are not answered on this page or need further assistance, please email email@example.com.
LSU Tiny Tigers Lactation Spaces
The lactation space initiative provides breastfeeding support for nursing parents on campus. Our goal is to provide accessible and equitable spaces for parents on campus, whether you are a faculty or staff member, student, or campus guest.
After you have used a lactation space, please check in by clicking the button below. You will also have the chance to provide any feedback about the space, so we can make improvements for future use and to notify if supplies are low or have run out. All check-ins and feedback are anonymous. For any other comments or concerns, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The various locations can be found on the campus map below.
- Patrick F. Taylor - 3272Z
- Student Union - Information Desk
- Fred Frey - 215A
- Vet Med - 3446A
- Athletic Administration Building - 302B
- Athletic Sports Shop
Frequently Asked Questions
LSU Tiny Tigers is LSU’s official pregnancy and parenting program. The program offers information about how to navigate work and school as a parent of the LSU community. Within the program, parents can find links to Human Resource Management and Student Advocacy and Accountability, lactation rooms across campus, and FAQs.
Lactation spaces are offered to the LSU campus community with some rooms having restricted access. The map above identifies all available lactation rooms and locations.
Most lactation spaces have different access methods. Please refer to the map above to find out how to access the room you are interested in.
Yes – the Sports Shop located in Tiger Stadium is open to those who have a game day football ticket and is accessible three hours before kickoff. The lactation space in the LSU Union is also open to all campus guests on game day.