Sponsors are trusts, government agencies, or other organizations who are willing to pay all or a portion of a student’s educational expenses. When prior written notice of a sponsor’s intent to support a student has been received, the University will bill the sponsor for approved charges rather than require payment from the student.
Transfer of your charges to a sponsor’s account will be permitted only when specifically authorized in writing by the sponsor. Charges rejected or unpaid by the sponsors for any reason are the responsibility of the student along with possible late payment charges. Questions regarding sponsor billing should be directed to the Office of Bursar Operations at email@example.com.
PM-12 states that the provisions of the Tuition Exemption policy do not apply to specialized, self-supported education programs. Therefore, the degree programs offered through LSU Online are NOT eligible for the tuition exemption benefit for LSU employees.
LSU Bursar Operations
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Academic Partnerships (AP)
Technology Information and Support
- LSU Online: Technical Requirements
- LSU Online: Getting Started: Technical Requirements and Support
- Moodle 2: Preferences & Settings: Internet Explorer Browser Issues
- All Moodle GROK Articles
- LSU Helpdesk
In collaboration with other university departments, is committed to providing appropriate auxiliary aids and services for students with disabilities in an effort to ensure their full participation in all activities, programs, and services to the university. Disability Services (DS) is dedicated to promoting the self-advocacy of students with disabilities and is committed to working with the LSU administration on the development and revisions of policies and procedures relevant to students with disabilities. DS also serves as a source of disability-related information for the university.