Enjoy free gallery admission and family art boxes every first Sunday of the month!
Every first Friday join LSU Museum of Art for a free program for preschoolers and their parents and caregivers, which integrates listening to a story, exploring the museum, and making art! FREE.
LSU students will work with teachers and students Baton Rouge elementary schools to supplement classroom instruction with tutoring to improve standardized test scores.
Students commit 2-3 hours per week, with a schedule established between the school teacher and the LSU Tigers Tutoring student. Tutoring begins Monday, February 16.
The application deadline is Thursday, January 29. Volunteers will then undergo an interview and training process.
About Tigers Tutoring
Join Volunteer LSU in East Baton Rouge Parish elementary schools, some of which are the highest-need elementary schools in Louisiana where less than 25% of students perform at grade level on the LEAP exam. Students will recognize and critically reflect on community issues and barriers facing Louisiana students and teachers while interacting with students to improve achievement.
The Tigers Tutoring program is free and open to all LSU students, including undergraduates regardless of major, graduate students, and students at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine and the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
Reception: Thursday, September 10, 6â??8 p.m.
It has been 10 years since Katrina came crashing in and knocked us over. What has changed in that time? What have we learned? How have we recovered? What happened to all those people we learned about through Thomas Neff’s compelling photographs and the work of other area photographers?
In memory of these life-changing events, Katrina@10, curated by LSU School of Art Professor Emeritus Thomas Neff, explores these questions and more. Neff invited four photographers: Cate Colvin Sampson, Jennifer Shaw, David G. Spielman, and Jonathan Travies to join him in this exhibition of New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, the people and places that were so intensely affected by the storms of late summer 2005. This is Katrina@10.
Late Night LSU provides entertaining, on-campus late night programs in a safe and healthy environment while promoting diverse social interactions among students. The Late Night Committee’s largest program is Late Night LSU, which is held just prior to the fall semester.
This meeting is open to all LSU students.
At these meetings, the Court Committee will explain the Application and Selection Process and answer any questions. The meetings should not last longer than 30 minutes. It is not required for applicants to attend in order to apply.
The Homecoming Court is an annual tradition that recognizes exceptional members of the LSU student body from all classifications. The Homecoming Court is chosen by a multi-stage selection process that includes judging panel application review, interviews, and a vote of the LSU student body. The Homecoming King and Queen will be announced at halftime during the LSU vs. Western Kentucky football game on Saturday, October 24.
Plan public relations tactics to spread the word about Student Activities Board and SAB programs.
This meeting is free and open to all LSU students.
Undergraduates interested in becoming a SGRho should attend our Fall Informational/Informal Rush. During this event, undergraduates will have the opportunity to learn more about our organization and the process for pursuing membership. This will also be a great opportunity for undergrads to interact with current members and have questions answered. Attire is business casual.
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Debut a talent, sing a song, play some music, or share a poem at Open Mic Night. The mic’s all yours!
This event is free and open to all LSU and LSU-BRCC Tiger Bridge Program students regardless of classification.