About Late Night LSU
Moved in to your residence hall or Baton Rouge apartment and looking for something to do before school starts? Look no further than Late Night LSU, an event that takes over the LSU Student Union with huge party that in past years has included music and dancing, games, inflatables, aqua massages, oxygen bars, laser tag, and a step show. Late Night LSU provides the perfect opportunity for new LSU students to meet new people in a safe environment.
In the early 2000s, Campus-Community Coalition for Change hosted the first Late Night LSU to provide a safe alternative to prevent binge-drinking. In 2008, Student Activities Board began hosting Late Night LSU, and in 2014, hosted more than 2,000 students throughout the LSU Student Union.
Late Night LSU is free to all LSU students, with Tiger Card LSU ID.
Each LSU student may bring one non-LSU guest of at least 18 years of age with valid government-issued ID showing proof of age, such as a driver’s license or military ID. Guest admission is also free.
Outside food and drink; weapons (including mace and pocket knives); and solicitation of any kind are expressly prohibited.
Volunteer at Late Night LSU
Volunteers may help check-in people at the door, organize activities, provide information to students, and assure Late Night LSU is a memorable event. There are four shifts available to interested volunteers, and there will be a required volunteer training (training time and location to be determined). E-mail Student Activities Board if interested in volunteering.
About the Outdoor Movie
Extend your circle of friends while watching Avengers: Age of Ultron for free before you can rent it!
Picnic on the Parade Ground and watch a film on giant projection screens with fellow incoming and returning students. Bring a blanket so you are comfortable on the grass.
This film is free and open to all LSU students, faculty, and staff, but Tiger Card LSU IDs will be required for admittance inside the viewing area.
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.
About LSU Fall Fest
LSU Fall Fest is a university tradition that began in 1994 as the Chancellor’s official “welcome” for new students, faculty, and staff and a “welcome back” for returning members of the University family. The event was held in the LSU Quadrangle for the first twenty years.
Today, LSU Fall Fest is an event where students, faculty, and staff can come together on the LSU Parade Ground to celebrate being a part of the LSU community. LSU Fall Fest provides its community members with the opportunity to learn about different campus departments, meet new friends and classmates, enjoy free food and drinks, claim free giveaways from sponsors, and celebrate the spirit of LSU with student entertainment from the Fall Fest stage.
LSU Fall Fest is free and open to LSU students, faculty, staff, and prospective students and families participating in Kickoff LSU.
Tickets are not required, but everyone should bring a Tiger Card LSU ID to obtain food items.
Sponsors and Partners
LSU Fall Fest could not be possible without the help of corporate sponsors.
Sponsorship opportunities are a fun and interactive way for businesses of all sizes to appeal to LSU students, a healthy consumer demographic, while supporting a time-honored campus tradition.
Fall Fest 2014 was presented by Baker Hughes. Additional sponsors included BatonRougeStudentLiving.com, Campus Federal Credit Union, Coca-Cola, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, LSU Auxiliary Services, LSU Center for Academic Success, and LSU Dining.
Celebrate the season at LSU Holiday Spectacular Tuesday, December 1, with festivities beginning at 5 p.m. in the LSU Student Union.
2014 Holiday Spectacular included:
Featuring performances from LSU students, faculty & community organizations.
LSU Christmas Tree Lighting
LSU Staff Senate’s Holiday on Campus
A holiday carnival for LSU students and the children of LSU students, faculty and staff.
Celebrate the origin and traditions of Kwanzaa.
LSU President’s Late Night Breakfast
A pre-finals tradition ensuring LSU students are properly fueled for final exams.
About Holiday Spectacular
LSU has been celebrating the holiday season since 1995. Formerly known as Candlelight Celebration, this event is now a collaborative initiative to promote all there is to do and see at LSU during the holiday season.
Holiday Performances and the LSU Christmas Tree Lighting are free and open to LSU students, faculty, staff, and the Baton Rouge community. Tickets are not required.
Holiday on Campus is open to LSU students and the children of LSU students, faculty, and staff. Tickets are not required, but everyone should bring a Tiger Card LSU ID to obtain food items.
The President’s Late Night Breakfast is free and open to LSU students. Students should bring a Tiger Card LSU ID.