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Campus Facilities

Bronson Hall

Bronson Hall, originally called the Liberal Arts Building, contains 88 faculty offices and 43 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 Nonprofit Administration and Research, the Director of the International Lincoln Center, the Director of the Nonprofit Administration graduate program, the Director of the Liberal Arts and Sciences graduate program, Director of Multicultural Affairs, Director of the Red River Regional Studies Center, Director of LaPrep, and four academic departments.

Students from across campus come to Bronson Hall for free drop-in tutoring in both Math and Writing. Students in a variety of baccalaureate programs expand their knowledge and skills in several dedicated instructional spaces: two Graphic Arts labs, the Foreign Language lab, the Journalism lab, the Piano lab, the Geographic Information Systems lab, the Broadcasting Studio, the Art Studio, and the Black Box Theatre. Students in the Honors Program can use the Honors Center on the third floor.

Offices in Bronson Hall:

  • Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (226)
  • Chair, Department of Arts and Media (330)
  • Chair, Department of English and Foreign Languages (258)
  • Chair, Department of History & Social Sciences (439)
  • Chair, Department of Mathematics (430)
  • Director, Institute for Nonprofit Administration and Research (123)
  • Director, International Lincoln Center (321)
  • Director, M. S. in Nonprofit Administration (115)
  • Director, M. A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences (218)
  • Director, Multicultural Affairs (407)
  • Director, Red River Regional Studies (453)
  • Director, LaPrep Summer Program (413)
  • Honors Center (360)
  • Coordinator, BPCC@LSUS program (148)
  • Math Help Lab (404)
  • Writing Center (114)
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