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This beautiful three story library building houses our Student Success Center and the world renowned Noel Collection. The Student Success Center offers opportunities for students to strengthen their academic skills in their courses and to prepare for their future careers.
Located at the front of the campus, the Administration building houses important student services such as the Admissions Office, Student Counseling, Student Advocacy, and Financial Aid. Campus administration offices are also located here.
University Court Apartments features suite style living that provides both private bedrooms and full-service kitchens. Conveniently located within walking distance to campus, amenities include an outdoor pool and spa, sand volleyball court, clubhouse lounge area, and high-speed internet in every bedroom.
Bronson Hall houses the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Students have access to state-of the art Digital Arts computer labs, multiple smart classrooms, as well as math and journalism labs.
The Business and Education Building houses several of the most modern classrooms on campus. In addition, it has several observation rooms in support of the Psychology programs. This building also hosts the services for international students, offices include the Director of International Student Services, and English as a Second Language institute: both are located on the first floor.
The University Center serves as a meeting place for students, faculty, and staff. The center is home to the Port, LSUS' dining facility, the theater, a ballroom, multiple meeting rooms, and the Campus-Wide Computer Lab. This facility is available for room rentals and events.
As an official US Olympic training site for weightlifting, this building is the heart of physical fitness on campus for students. The building houses the Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences, the basketball gym, swimming pool, running track and racquetball courts.
The TC houses multiple entities on campus from the campus bookstore, to the Division of Continuing Education, and the Department of Computer Science. Here you will find state-of-the-art technology classrooms, and a green-screen room for animation filming.
With more than 5 million dollars in renovations and scientific equipment updates in the last 5 years this building hosts most of the STEM programs on campus. This building is home to the College of Sciences, and includes both classrooms, laboratories, and research space.
The COB is the home to KDAQ, one of the largest national public radio affiliates in the country. In addition, the COB serves the community with welcoming educational space and a large music/dance hall.