Our first stop is the Administration Building. This building is one of the most important stops for any student at LSUS. From the beginning to the end; from application to graduation; and from orientation to career placement the Administration building offers important services for each and every student.
Bronson Hall, the original building on campus, contains 98 faculty offices and 49 classrooms, along with the office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and the offices of the Director of the Institute for Human Services and Public Policy, the Director of the International Lincoln Center, the Director of the Human Services Administration graduate program, the Director of the Liberal Arts graduate program, and five academic departments.
Once the Noel Memorial Library, the Technology Center was created when the new Library was built and moved across campus. The Technology Center underwent a multi-million dollar renovation in 2001 and was completed in early 2002.
The College of Business, Education & Human Development is located primarily in the Business and Education Building. The College is composed of three schools, including the School of Business (Departments of Accounting & Business Law, Economics & Finance, and Management & Marketing), the School of Education (Department of Education), and the School of Human Sciences (Departments of Psychology and Kinesiology & Health Science).
With more than 5 million dollars in renovations and scientific equipment updates in the last two years, the Science faculty will teach students using the latest in scientific technology in the Sciences Building.