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About the Library
The Arnold LeDoux Library was named after the LeDoux family who initially donated 50 acres for the founding of the campus. The library was one of the first of four buildings built when Louisiana State University Eunice opened in 1967.
The Arnold LeDoux Library supports the academic, research, and service programs of Louisiana State University Eunice. To meet the individual and lifelong learning needs of students, faculty, staff and the citizens of the community, the library provides access to resources in print, multi-media, and electronic formats. The library’s goal is to teach information literacy and to encourage self-sufficiency in locating, critically evaluating, and utilizing the library’s resources to promote life-long learners.
As an intellectual center, the Arnold LeDoux Library promotes an open, multidimensional learning and teaching environment that fosters the freedom to question and to grow. Traditional information delivery systems and the integration of continually advancing technology are the foundations for the dissemination of information. The library is expanding and facilitating information literacy programs for a diverse learning population through unique and innovative collaboration with the LSU Eunice administration and with faculty of all departments. The needs of library users--pedagogical, intellectual, and recreational--are fully supported and encouraged by a professional staff focused on providing the highest quality service possible.
LAST UPDATED - January 16, 2013