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LSU Ambassadors Test #2


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Dr. F. King Alexander
President and Chancellor
Dr. Darrell Ray
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs
Bonnie Alford
Director of Orientation
Dr. Kurt Keppler
Vice President of Student Affairs
Dr. Mari Fuentes
Dean of Students
Campus Life
350 LSU Student Union
Office of Enrollment Management
1146 Pleasant Hall
Honors College
101 French House
Office of University Registrar
112 Thomas Boyd Hall
Center for Academic Success
B-31 Coates Hall
Office of Bursar Operations
125 Thomas Boyd Hall
Office of Disability Services
115 Johnston Hall
150 Allen Hall
Olinde Career Center
158 LSU Student Union
Student Health Center
Infirmary Road
Residential Life
Grace King Hall
150 Himes Hall
General rules for behavior in the LSU Ambassadors' Office
Clean up after yourself, keep a decent level of volume, do not curse
Service provided by the Office of Bursar Operations?
distributing fee bills
Service provided by the LSU Olinde Career Center?
helps students write resumes and professional networking
Service provided by the Center for Academic Success?
Supplemental Instruction and tutoring options for students
Service provided by the Office of University Registrar?
class scheduling and the academic calendar
Service provided by the Student Financial Management Center?
Financial Literacy education on money managing and budgeting
Free services provided by the Student Health Center? (What costs money?)
Visits to primary care physicians and mental health professionals are free! (Prescriptions, diagnostic imaging, blood work, vaccines all cost money)
Where do you go if I need official transcripts from LSU?
Office of the University Registrar
How do you find out if your dual enrollment classes transferred?
Office of Enrollment Management
Where can you turn in or ask questions about your immunization records?
Student Health Center
Where would you talk to someone about changing your major during your first year?
How do you fix any problems with your myLSU account or what if you forgot your password?
Information Technology Services (IT)
Where can you get more information about your fee bill?
Bursar's Office
What is the phone number for LSU Campus Police?
(225) 578-3231
What is the difference between Paw Points and TigerCASH?
Pawpoints- can only be used to buy food at any on-campus LSU dining locations, including concession stands
TigerCash- can be used at any on-campus and certain off-campus locations for food and non-food items (printing in Middleton, laundry in ResHalls, clothes in Bookstore)
What does UCFY stand for, and what do they do for first year students?
University College: Center for Freshman Year; they provide academic counselors
What does UCAC stand for, and how is it different than UCFY?
University Center for Advising and Counseling;
UCFY is for students with less than 30 hours before they are admitted into their senior college; UCAC houses those students who have more than 30 hours of credit but have not been admitted into their senior college
Which major of students do not start off in UCFY?
Agriculture, Art & Design, Music & Dramatic Arts
Who is required to have a meal plan?
First & second year students living on campus (with the exception of students living in campus apartments)
Engineering Res College is housed in which building?
North Hall
Agriculture Res College is housed in which building?
Blake Hall
Mass Communication Res College is housed in which building?
South Hall
Science Res College is housed in which building?
Highland Hall and Louise Gairig Hall
Global Connections Res College is housed in which building?
South Hall
Human Sciences and Education Res College is housed in which building?
Cypress Hall
Business Res College is housed in which building?
West Hall
What are LSU's traditional residence halls?
Blake, Miller, McVoy, Kirby Smith, Annie Boyd, Beauregard,
Jackson, Taylor, and LeJeune
Name the 2 Residential Colleges that are not major-specific and what buildings are they housed in
Career Discovery - Broussard Hall
Ogden Honors College - East and West Laville
What is the difference between residential halls and residential colleges?
All of the buildings are called residence halls.
Residential colleges are living-learning communities, which focus on a particular major or theme. They enjoy all of the same amenities and features of traditional residence halls. Students living in residential colleges may take classes together in the building.
Benefits of living on campus?
Easy living, proximity, new friends, smooth transition, better grades, high-tech learning, Residential Colleges, leadership opportunities, one-time payment, location, staying informed