Department and Office Contact Information

The information you need to reach out to University offices is listed below.

General Information

LSU Eunice
P.O. Box 1129
Eunice, LA  70535

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Call Toll Free In-State:  1-888-FOR-LSUE [1-888-367-5783]
Use the last 3 digits of the area's phone number within the drop-downs below when prompted to enter an extension number.

LSUE is LSU's only comprehensive, two-year institution and offers programs that are fully accredited and widely respected in Louisiana. Whether it is one of the 25 different associate degree or certificate programs available or any of the more than 100 transfer programs available, LSU Eunice has something for everyone. 

Manuel Hall; Room 102

337-550-1301

dreaux@lsue.edu

We're serious about your future, eager to provide you with a quality, affordable education and proud of our roots and our accomplishments.  Earn an associates degree or transfer to a four-years school. Whatever your choice, a great start makes all the difference.

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Geaux Center

337-550-1208

admissions@lsue.edu

LSUE is a member of the National Junior College Atheletic Association (NJCAA) with teams in baseball, softball, men's and women's basketball, and also men's and women's soccer.  The Bengals have won 13 national championships within the last 16 years.

HPRE - Health and Physical Education

337-550-1417

afonteno@lsue.edu

The LSUE Bookstore is your place for LSUE textbooks, gear and supplies.

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Room 123

337-550-1281

lsuebookstore@lsue.edu

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Room 102

337-550-1280

jjoubert@lsue.edu

LSUE Police works closely with local public safety agencies, as well as other police departments to enhance the safety and security of the campus.

Science Building; Room 138

337-550-1225

security@lsue.edu

Career planning involves the process of self-assessment of interests, skills, and values to assist you in choosing a major/career.  You want to find the right academic program that can lead you towards the right career.  Career Services can assist with this process.

Science Building; Room 146

337-550-1430

career@lsue.edu

Community Education; Room 101

337-550-1390

continuinged@lsue.edu

Science Building; Room 105

337-550-1201

chancellor@lsue.edu

Looking for a student-centered, modern education focused on technological or management fields?  If so, you will find all of this within the Division of Health Sciences and Business Technology at LSUE.

Manuel Hall; Room 207

337-550-1313

bustech@lsue.edu

Looking for a student-centered, modern education focused on health sciences?  If so, you will find all of this within the Division of Health Sciences and Business Technology at LSUE.

Health Technology; Room 104

337-550-1357

healthscience@lsue.edu 

Liberal arts majors take a diverse cross-section of courses, such as history, modern languages, philosophy, mathematics and science, English, computer science, astronomy and psychology, to name only a few. This array of courses gives you a perspective on the past, an understanding of the present, and the flexibility to face the challenges of the future.

Manuel Hall; Room 147

337-550-1308

libarts@lsue.edu 

The Division of Sciences and Mathematics is dedicated to the education of the leaders of tomorrow in the fields of health care, industry, technology, engineering, and science.

Science Building; Room 207

337-550-1233

sciencemath@lsue.edu 

More than ever, if you want to attend college, you can find financial assistance to make your dream a reality. You may be eligible to receive federal aid, qualify for a tax credit, or earn a scholarship. LSUE representatives will be happy to answer your questions and assist you in the application process.

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Room 110

337-550-1282

finaid@lsue.edu

The LSU Eunice Office of Grants promotes the processes of grant research, planning, development, and review by faculty and staff.  Funding from public and private external sources supports the strategic goals and priorities of the institution and individual programs.  Funding is sought to promote institutional growth, enhance teaching and learning, and meet the needs of our students and communities.

Manuel Hall; Room 102

337-550-1246

grants@lsue.edu

Science Building; Room 120

337-550-1222

hr@lsue.edu

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) creates and maintains vital university technology solutions for the campus while also providing direct support to all students, faculty, and staff of  LSUE. 

Community Education Building; Room 204

337-550-1307

it@lsue.edu

Institutional Research serves LSUE by providing federal, state, and ad hoc reporting for internal and external stakeholders. As a unit within the Office of Information Technology, the team is dedicated to providing accurate, consistent, and unbiased data in a timely manner. 

Community Education Building; Room 204

337-550-1307

it@lsue.edu

Institutional Effectiveness is the extent to which the college is meeting its mission and achieving its goals as demonstrated by a comprehensive, integrated, participatory planning and evaluation process that focuses on improvement in all aspects of college operations and educational outcomes.

Manuel Hall; Room 207

337-550-1433

pfowler@lsue.edu

LeDoux Library

337-550-1380

library@lsue.edu

Using the best practices in developmental education as defined by the National Center for Developmental Education, the Pathways to Success program exists to provide a holistic approach to developmental education so that LSU Eunice may better assist underprepared students in the achievement of their educational and personal goals.

Science Building; Room 105

337-550-1212

studentsuccess@lsue.edu

Science Building; Room 150

337-550-1211

pubaffairs@lsue.edu

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Geaux Center

337-550-1208

recruiting@lsue.edu

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Geaux Center

337-550-1302

registrar@lsue.edu

LSUE offers a variety of scholarships funded by private donors, businesses, and organizations. 

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center; Geaux Center

337-550-1302

scholarships@lsue.edu

The Division of Student Affairs provides a holistic approach to the development of the student both inside and outside of the classroom by providing opportunities for student engagement and leadership and by supporting and empowering students to achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals.

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center, Room 108 112

337-550-1218

stuaff@lsue.edu

The Student Success Center encompasses multiple areas in student services and support. The holistic approach helps students identify barriers to academic and personal success, while ensuring all students have access to services across campus and continuous support.

LeDoux Library

337-550-1206

studentsuccess@lsue.edu

The LSUE Testing Center offers a variety of exams.

LeDoux Library; Room 100C

337-457-6116

lsuetesting@lsue.edu

The mission of the LSUE Veterans Affairs Office is to provide students that qualify for VA Educational Benefits with superior, efficient services.

Dr. Anthony Mumphrey Center, Room 108

337-550-1216

va@lsue.edu

LSUE offers a wide variety of non-credit opportunities for job training, professional development, economic growth, and personal enrichment. The online training is designed to empower our business professionals and provide them with an opportunity to sharpen their skills, or learn new ones through our interactive online courses.

Community Education Building; Room 101

337-550-1390

continuinged@lsue.edu