Support LSUS through the purchase of Plaza bricks and benches.
By purchasing bricks or benches, you can leave a lasting legacy of your years at LSUS or honor someone who helped make your dreams come true.
As lead donors, Dr. Lacy and Edie Williams are bright stars in the Circle of Excellence. Their generosity and commitment to LSUS - Edie as a former director on the Alumni Board and current director on the Foundation Board, and Lacy as a former director on the Foundation Board - serve as an example we hope will inspire others to embrace this new center of pride for our University.
The Dr. Lacy and Edie Williams Circle of Excellence Plaza was developed especially for the 40th Anniversary of LSUS and was formally dedicated April 10, 2008. Through the generosity of the LSU in Shreveport Foundation, wireless Internet access is available in the Plaza. Students, faculty, staff and friends are invited to enjoy the lovely surroundings while getting a little work done!
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On May 24, 2010, Major Ronald Wayne Culver, Jr. was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq. Major Culver received his LSUS Accounting degree in December 1989. He was second-in-command of the 2/108th Cavalry contingent headquartered at Fort Humbug in Shreveport. Following this tragic incident, the LSUS Alumni Association and LSUS Foundation co-sponsored a project to establish the first Veterans Memorial Bench in Major Culver's memory.
Bricks and benches may be purchased as memorials or to honor a person or organization. For more information about benches and plaques, please call 318-797-5190.
New 4" x 8" bricks and commemorative benches are placed annually or bi-annually depending on the weather.