Instructional Locations


 

As required by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, LSU Eunice “publishes the locations and programs available at…off-campus instructional locations…at which students can enroll for a degree, along a description of the programs and services available at each location.”  The table below indicates LSU Eunice’s off-site locations where 50% or more of a degree is offered.  For each program listed, the table below indicates the locations where the entire program is located subject to the footnotes.

 

Louisiana State University at Eunice Program Location Table Updated November 29, 2018
Name of Degree or Certificate

Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code

LSU Eunice

Eunice, LA

LSU Alexandria

Alexandria, LA

LSU Laboratory School

Baton Rouge, LA

Online

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Lafayette General Orthopaedic Hospital

Lafayette, LA

Accounting Technology: Account Clerk Certificate of Technical Studies 520302       X  
Administrative Technology Specialist Certificate of Technical Studies 520407       X  
Associate of Arts Louisiana Transfer 240199 X X1 X1    
Associate of General Studies 240102 X X      
Associate of Science Louisiana Transfer 240199 X X1 X1    
Care and Development of Young Children, AS 190709 X        
Chemical Technology Certificate of Technical Studies 410301 X   X    
Computer Information Technology, AAS 110301 X        
Criminal Justice, AS 430107       X  
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Abdomen & OB/GYN), AAS 510910 X        
Fire and Emergency Services, AAS 430203       X  
Fire Service Technology Certificate of Technical Studies 430201       X  
Human Resources Management Certificate of Technical Studies 521001       X  
Management, AAS 520201 X     X  
Medical Coding and Billing Certificate of Technical Studies 510713       X  
Nursing, ASN 513801 X2       X4
Radiologic Technology, AS 510911 X2        
Respiratory Care, AS 510908 X2        
Surgical Technology, AAS 510909 X3       X4

Notes:

  1. The actual concentrations within the AALT and ASLT may be limited by course offerings.  Students are encouraged to contact an academic advisor for assistance as some online courses may need to be taken to complete a specific concentration.
  2. All coursework includes developmental and prerequisites along with lecture laboratory, and clinical courses upon being selected in the program.
  3. Prerequisite coursework offered meaning that all developmental and other courses needed for selection into the program.
  4. Only lecture, laboratory, and clinical courses for students selected into the program are offered at this location.  Prerequisite work is not offered.

 

The services below are available to all eligible students as required at all sites.

Services Available:

Initial Assessment and Testing:  Placement testing using ACCUPLACER. Students can contact the Testing Coordinator at 337-457-6116 or email lsuetesting@lsue.edu at that time.

Academic Advising:  Students with less than 30 semester hours complete are assigned to the Advising Center for advising in the Science Building Room 146.  Dual credit students are assigned to a dual credit advisor in the Office of Continuing Education located in the Community and Education Building Room 101.  LSUE Academy students are assigned to an academic advisor in the LSUE Academy Office located in the Community and Education Building Room 105E.  Students with 30 or more hours complete are assigned to division faculty for advising.

Developmental Education Courses Students not initially placing into general education English and mathematics are required to take developmental education courses.  While not for degree credit, developmental education courses help prepare students for general education courses in English and mathematics.  Co-requisite coursework is also available in English and mathematics.  Reading is also available as required.

Student Success Center: Located in the Science Building Room 146, the Center offers academic advising, tutoring, disability services, and career services.

Financial Aid: All services are available as required to meet student need based on eligibility.  See the financial aid website for further information.

New Student Orientation:  New students are required to attend an orientation to LSU Eunice.  The orientation covers a wide variety of information and services available to students.  See the orientation website for further information.

Student Counseling Confidential referrals are available for all students at all sites needing services.  See the counseling website for further information

Veterans Affairs:  The Office of Veterans Affairs provides information and guidance for veterans and eligible dependents of deceased or disabled veterans who wish to enroll in the University.  See the Veterans Affairs website for more information.

Student Activities and Organizations Student Affairs works directly with student organizations and groups to organize and sponsor events that expand opportunities for students to engage in activities that stimulate student intellectual, social, cultural, recreational, and personal growth and development. Student activity programs are developed primarily by the LSUE Campus Activities Board (CAB). A variety of events through the year are held on campus and all allow students to enter or participate free with a current I.D.  All students, even online or those at an off-site location may participate. (see the Campus Activities Board or the Student Organizations Websites for more information).

Title IX The Title IX Coordinator and AA/EEO Officer provides faculty, staff, and students who have encountered sexual misconduct with reporting information, resources, and support as well as training for all students and employees on sexual violence awareness.  Confidential advisors are also available for faculty, staff, and students who wish to speak with someone but do not wish to pursue an investigation.  See the Title IX website for more information.