Mar 17, 2018  
LSU Online Orientation 
LSU Online Orientation

LSU Online Orientation


This document is designed to provide you with relevant information about Louisiana State University and the online graduate program you have selected.

About Louisiana State University

Visit this web page to learn about LSU.

Accreditation Statement

Louisiana State University and A&M College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Louisiana State University and A&M College.

Individual programs may have additional accreditations. Visit their websites to view this information.

Academic Resources

At LSU, your academic success is enhanced by a number of support services.

For advising assistance:
Program Advisor Email Telephone
MBA Rachel Pierson 225.578.0018
MS in Construction Management Kimberley Williams 225.578.8759
MS in Human Resource Education/ HR & Lead Dev; Workforce Dev Melissa Turnage 225.578.5748
MS in Kinesiology Mike Martinez 225.578.8638
MA in Education/Higher Ed Administration Kenny Fasching-Varner 225.578.2918
MEd in Education Leadership Carlos Lee 225.578.3608
Master of Social Work Denise Chiasson 225.578.1234
**PBC in Construction Management Kimberley Williams 225.578.8759
Graduate Certificate in Workforce Development Melissa Turnage 225.578.5748

**Post-baccalaureate students are required to be advised before they can schedule courses for their first module.

For Graduate School Assistance:
For Post-Baccalaureate and Undergraduate Assistance:


Mail documents to:

Grad Online
101 LSU Student Union Building
PO Box 25416
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Call: 225.578.2324


Mail documents to:

LSU Undergraduate Online Programs
101 LSU Student Union Building
PO Box 16138
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Call: 225.578.7334


Other Assistance

Students with Disabilities

Disability Services (DS), in collaboration with other university departments, is committed to providing appropriate auxiliary aids and services for students with disabilities in an effort to ensure their full participation in all activities, programs, and services to the university. DS is dedicated to promoting the self-advocacy of students with disabilities and is committed to working with the LSU administration on the development and revisions of policies and procedures relevant to students with disabilities. DS also serves as a source of disability-related information for the university.

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