Life After LSUS

LSUS has been encouraging and supporting the dreams of Pilots since 1967 through strong academics, generous financial support, and the opportunity to get involved on-campus and in the community.

The experiences students have at LSUS transform into positive experiences in the working world – 86 percent of graduates reported full-time employment, grad school enrollment, or engagement in the military or volunteer services.

Stay Connected with LSUS Alumni

After LSUS, we're ready to support you on your next big adventure, no matter how long it's been since you graduated. Be sure to update us via alumni@lsus.edu. Follow us on Facebook and Instragram for the latest info regarding events and alumni awards. 

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History of LSUS

Initially, a two-year college, LSUS has expanded into an internationally recognized institution with 25 undergraduate degree programs, a dozen master's degree programs, and more recently a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Leadership Studies. Throughout its 50 years of existence, LSUS has experienced its fair share of challenges and hardships, but it has grown into an innovative leader for northwest Louisiana and is continuously listed in the top 50 in the nation for affordability. Taking a holistic approach to our timeline, we not only celebrate the school's incredible milestones and achievements but also showcase its challenges, student and faculty life, and the unique nuances that make LSUS what it is today.

Learn more about the history of LSUS here.

Four $1,000
Alumni Association Endowed Undergraduate Scholarships are awarded every year
21,000 LSUS Alumni
around the globe, eager to help students secure internships and jobs
Alumni Stories

"Jeff Cox serves as Judge for the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He previously served as District Judge for Bossier and Webster Parishes in Division C. Judge Cox is a past partner with the law firm of Mills, Turansky & Cox, P.C., where he specialized his practice in the area of estate planning, wills, successions, elder care law, and business. "

Judge Jeff Cox
Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals

"Sam Ortiz is a social worker at The Philadelphia Center, working with low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Sam is also a community activist who volunteers for various organizations in Shreveport and is the co-creator of Shreveport Q-Prom; an inclusive yearly event held to commemorate Pride Month."

Sam Ortiz, Licensed Social Worker
Philadelphia Center

"Dr. Lonnie McCray is the Dean of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education and associate professor of English at Southern University at Shreveport. Lonnie provides leadership for the development and implementation of programs, initiatives, and projects in the arts, humanities, social sciences and education. "

Lonnie McCray, PhD
SUSLA
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Where are they now?

Careers

From an Oscar and Emmy Award winning digital cinema production company right here in Shreveport to the Apple iTunes engineering team, LSUS alumni are making an impact around the globe.  

They’ve gone on to become directors, executive editors, practicing lawyers and environmental managers. They work for ExxonMobil, SB Magazine, Fresh Dental and the University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) system. This is just a glimpse into where LSUS pilots have gone. Sign up for the Alumni Affairs Newsletter to read more stories about impactful alumni around the globe. 

Graduate Schools 

LSUS is known for preparing students like you for their next step in life. So whether you’re heading into the working world or continuing your education, you’ll feel confident and ready for what is next.