Spring 2018
Spring 2018

Spring 2018 Registration Guide


 

ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION

Orientation/Registration offers incoming students a chance to learn about the University and meet with staff from key campus departments. It helps ease the transition into college life by providing vital information and opportunities for interaction with students, faculty, and staff. Students can also have their ID cards created, visit with an academic advisor, and register for classes.

Orientation is mandatory for all students who have earned fewer than 12 non-dual enrollment semester hours. Pathways to Success students re-applying to LSUE may be required to attend orientation even if they have more than 12 semester hours depending on their contract status. Upon being admitted to LSU Eunice, students may register online for Orientation/Registration. There is a $15 Orientation fee. Check in for orientation on orientation day will be at the Acadian Center for classes taken on the Eunice campus and in Mulder Hall Room 147 at LSUA for LSUE classes taken on the Alexandria campus. For more information, please call (888) 367-5783 ext. 208, or locally (337) 550-1208.

Orientation Schedule for Spring 2018 – Eunice campus. Check in: Geaux Center in the Acadian Center.

  • November 7…..9:30*
  • January 5……9:30*

*Earlier check-in times are for those who wish to take the math placement test.

Orientation Schedule for Spring 2018 – Alexandria campus. Check-in: Mulder Hall Room 147.

  • January 4…..10:30 AM

 

PROOF OF IMMUNIZATION

Louisiana law requires that all first-time LSUE students who were born after 1957 provide proof of immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, and tetanus-diphtheria prior to registration for the initial term of enrollment. New students who have not provided this proof are given a Proof/Waiver of Immunization Form at the time of orientation. The form should be completed and returned to the Office of Enrollment Management (Geaux Center in the Acadian Center).

 

REQUIRED MENINGITIS IMMUNIZATION

Louisiana law requires all students entering any university for the first time, all students living on campus, and all transfer students to be immunized against meningitis unless a waiver is signed. Meningitis is a potentially fatal infection. When it strikes, its flu-like symptoms make diagnosis difficult. To learn more about meningitis, its symptoms, and its effects, read the information found here.

If you are a first-time student, a transfer student, or a student living on campus, please (1) submit proof of inoculation for meningitis or (2) provide a signed waiver. If you are under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must sign the waiver also. This process must be completed before you are eligible to register for classes. Please send the appropriate documents as soon as possible to the following address: LSU Eunice • Office of Enrollment Management • Geaux Center • P.O. Box 1129 • Eunice, LA 70535 so you may enroll in classes.

 

ACCOMMODATED SERVICES

Accommodated Services assists students in identifying and developing accommodations and services to help overcome barriers to the achievement of personal and academic goals. Services are provided for students with temporary or permanent disabilities. Accommodations and services are based on the individual student’s disability-based need. Students must provide current documentation of their disabilities. Students should contact the office early so that necessary accommodations can be arranged.  Please contact LSU Eunice Office of Accommodated Services, Science Building Room 147, (337) 550-1204.

 

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Students with disabilities who need help with registration may request assistance from the Office of Accommodated Services, provided the following conditions have been met:

  • The Coordinator of Accommodated Services has been provided with documentation of a disability warranting accommodation. In cases where evidence of disability is readily visible to staff members, written documentation is preferred but not essential.
  • The student has notified The Coordinator of Accommodated Services of the need for registration accommodations and has discussed the exact nature and degree of accommodation with the Coordinator of Accommodated Services.