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Student Handbook

Table of Contents

STUDENT HANDBOOK PREFACE

All students should be familiar with the contents of this handbook because they are responsible for compliance with university policies governing student life. The policies and descriptions of service may be altered to carry out the purposes and objectives of the university; therefore, the university reserves the right to change any of this material at any time.

UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT

MESSAGE FROM THE CHANCELLOR

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

  • Student Activities Mission
  • Student Opportunities for Involvement
  • Student Organization Policy and Procedures
    • Requirements for Becoming a Registered Student Organization
    • Benefits of Becoming a Registered Student Organization
    • Information that Should be Included in the Constitution
    • Representing a Student Organization with the University
    • Organization's use of the name of the University or LSUS Indicia
    • Guidelines a Student Organization must follow when Representing the University in an Official Capacity
    • Organization's use of Campus Mail
    • Advisor Requirements
    • Different Types of Organizations
    • Name Change to a Registered Organization
    • Tax ID Number and Checking Account for a Registered Student Organization
    • Web Pages for a Registered Student Organization
    • Funding Opportunities Available for Registered Student Organizations
    • Distribution of Printed Material on Campus
    • Student Organizations Conduct Code
  • Student Representation in University Governance (committees with student members)

STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

STUDENT SERVICES AND POLICIES

CAMPUS DIRECTORY

STAYING WELL

  • Introduction
  • The Healthy Life Student Self-Care Guide
  • Minding Your Mental Health