Tracking The Tropics | Ida

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 UPDATE

Due to the expected path and severity of Tropical Storm Ida, LSU Eunice has decided it will CLOSE CAMPUS on Monday, August 30.  Essential services will still be on campus to safeguard against the storm.  The LSUE campus will reopen for normal business on Tuesday, August 31.  Please stay stafe and follow the guidance of your local weather emergency personnel.

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 30 UPDATE

After accessing the surrounding area of the LSU Eunice campus, LSUE WILL BE OPEN for normal business and instruction on TUESDAY, AUGUST 31.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31 UPDATE

LSU Eunice Community, it's time to show our friends and neighbors our Bengal Pride. We are partnering with the GOHSEP for a Hurricane Ida Supply Drive. Please bring anything that can help those affected to the Geaux Center in the Acadian Center.

Some of the items that can help in particular - water, pet food, baby wipes, diapers, canned goods, trash bags, mosquito spray, toiletries, batteries, flashlights, lanterns and duct tape.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31 UPDATE - IMPACT SURVEY

As you are aware, we were incredibly fortunate to be spared from Hurricane Ida’s path and have returned to campus today.  However, we know that some of our students, faculty and staff have suffered damage and have been impacted by the storm and its aftermath.

We are asking all students, faculty and staff to take a minute to complete the brief survey in the link below so we can access the extent of the impact Hurricane Ida has on our campus community.  Please answer the survey completely so we can have all of the information necessary to connect affected individuals in need with resources and services.

HURRICANE IDA IMPACT SURVEY

We are also started accept any donations for a Hurricane Ida supply drive.  If you have any items that can help families in their recovery, please drop them off in the Geaux Center (North Commons, Acadian Center).  Some of the items we are in search for include: water, pet food, baby wipes, diapers, canned goods, trash bags, mosquito spray, toiletries, batteries, flashlights, lanterns and duct tape.