Resources for Parents & Families

There are many web resources available. We've listed a few below for you. If your student is exhibiting concerning behavior, please submit an incident report or call our office at 225-578-4307. 

For emergency situations, contact LSU PD at 225-578-3231.

  • Advising Guide for Parents, Families, and Advisors -- University Hearing Panel: This guide is aimed to provide any person serving as an advisor to LSU students engaged in the accountability process.

  • Center for Academic Success:  As LSU’s central learning center, the Center for Academic Success promotes self-efficacy and lifelong learning by empowering individuals with transformational strategies that foster critical thinking and metacognitive development in order to advance student persistence and success.

  • Code of Student Conduct: As the guiding policy document for LSU students, this "Code" includes expectations about academic and behavioral conduct for students both on and off campus.

  • Disability Services: In collaboration with other university departments, Disability Services 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.

  • FERPA Waiver: Consistent with the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, a student may examine his or her accountability records. However, these records are generally not available to persons outside the University except in accordance with state and federal law.

  • Legal Assistance: LSU does not have a legal assistance program at this time. However, there are other options within the Baton Rouge community which may be helpful to you.

  • LSU CARES: The mission of LSU CARES is to facilitate community development and student success through providing a mechanism for reporting situations and students of concern in an appropriate way.

  • LSU Police Department: Should you have an emergency situation or require resources of a safety nature, please visit the LSU PD website or contact them directly.

  • LSU Psychological Services:  The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is an on-campus unit of the LSU Department of Psychology that offers testing and outpatient psychotherapy services for adults, adolescents, and children.

  • Report Hazing: Hazing is prohibited at LSU.  To gain information about hazing or to report suspected hazing, please visit this page for details.

  • Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Information: In accordance with Title IX and other applicable law, LSU is committed to providing a learning, working, and living environment that promotes integrity, civility, and mutual respect in an environment free of discrimination on the basis of sex and sexual misconduct which includes sex discrimination, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and retaliation.

  • Student Health Center: The mission of the SHC is to provide, promote, and support services that integrate individual health, education for health, prevention of disease, clinical treatment for illness, and public health responsibilities consistent with the educational mission of the University.

  • Victim’s Services: If you feel that your student or someone else has been victimized, visit here for more details on resources available at LSU.