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At LSU, you’ll add your own touch to decades-long traditions like homecoming, family weekend, and ring ceremony. By the time you graduate, you’ll have more than a degree—you’ll have memories for life.
Whatever your interests, you'll find your people, your purpose, and support here. LSU offers an expansive network of resources and programs curated for your success.
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You’re never alone at LSU. Caring people are always ready to help and support you through anything, so you can focus on your best college experience.
LSU Cares is a support hub dedicated to your wellbeing. You can submit a personal concern or make a report about others on a wide variety of topics and our staff will step in to provide support or advocacy.
Experiencing an incident of sexual assault, discrimination, or violation is shocking, confusing, and disorienting. Afterwards, you may not know what to do or where to go.
The goal of LSU's Office of Civil Rights & Title IX is to ensure you receive appropriate support, receive due process, and are treated respectfully and fairly.
Hazing of any kind is illegal and strictly prohibited at LSU. Learn about hazing and what you can do to help stop it.
The Phone: A crisis intervention service providing emotional support and referral services. Call or text 225-924-LSU1 (5781) or chat online with a Paraprofessional Counselor.
RAINN: A National Sexual Assault Hotline. Call or text 1-800-656-4673 or chat online with a trained RAINN staff member who can provide you confidential crisis support.
Located in the Student Health Center, Mental Health Service provides clinical services including short-term and group therapy, crisis intervention, psychiatry, sexual assault support services, and eating disorder treatment. Our goal is to enhance your personal growth and development, address psychological needs, and support your pursuit of academic goals.