Advisor: Laurie Seeder / 337-550-1350 / email@example.com
ACM is an organization for computer science/IT majors that gives them an opportunity to get connected with other students with similar tech interests and to learn more about technology outside of the classroom. This a very active student organization led by a passionate and wonderful faculty member, Ms. Laurie Seeder.
Phone number: 337-550-1219 / firstname.lastname@example.org
This organization composed of a select group of student leaders who serve as orientation
leaders, student recruiters, and peer mentors. Recruitment and selection for Bengal
Ambassadors occurs in January/February for the upcoming Academic Year. For more information,
contact the advisor or visit www.lsue.edu/ambassador/.
Advisor: Dalton Adger / 318-489-3106 / email@example.com
Advisor: Quana Smith / 337-550-1411 / firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Maddy Landry / email@example.com
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the premier student activities planning organization
at LSUE, sponsoring social, cultural, educational, and recreational activities. All
events are open to LSUE students, and all students are welcomed to attend the weekly
CAB meetings to participate in discussions in planning upcoming campus activities.
For more information, visit the CAB website at www.lsue.edu/studentaffairs/cab.php/.
Advisor: Cassie Darbonne
The Catholic Student Center (CSC) is organized to promote the spiritual and fellowship
of its student membership. During the fall and spring semesters, mass is held every
Wednesday at noon at the Catholic Student Center, located next to Bengal Village.
Advisor: Rob McLaughlin / 337-550-1340 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Chad Jones / 337-550-1223 / email@example.com
Advisor: Yogi Sittig
Co-President: Dane Dixon / firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-President: Abby Trahan / email@example.com
FCA is an organization that provides unity and support for LSUE student athletes and
coaches in a Christian environment with the goal of strengthening athletes' faith
and their connections to the campus and to each other.
Advisor: Ceslie O'Brien / 337-550-1457 / firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Kristyn Jarreau / email@example.com
Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society and the Alpha Sigma Iota Chapter on the
LSUE campus recognizes students who earn a 3.5 or higher GPA with at least 12 semester
hours of coursework and also promotes academic excellence and civic engagement that
benefit LSUE students. Learn more at www.ptk.org/ and www.lsue.edu/ptk.
Advisor: Cassie Jobe-Ganucheau / 337-550-1380 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Avery Williams / 337-550-1265 / email@example.com
President: Avery Williams, Jr.
PPHMA is a student organization for pre-medicine, pre-veterinary medicine, pre-dentistry,
pre-pharmacy, and pre-physical therapy majors. PPHMA offers opportunities for its
members to visit the professional schools, to meet professionals in their fields of
interests, and to develop camaraderie with others of the same major.
Advisor: Kathleen Warner / 337-550-1341 / firstname.lastname@example.org
This organization is for students majoring in respiratory care.
Advisor: Dr. Kyle Smith / 337-550-1218 / email@example.com
President: Jase McDonald / 337-550-1260 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Elected by the student body, SGA is the voice of the student body for all issues concerning students at LSUE. Through the collection and budgeting of student fee money, SGA provides opportunities for all students to get involved and make an impact on campus. For more information about SGA, contact the Advisor or President or visit the website at www.lsue.edu/sga.
Advisor: Lisa Lafleur / 337-550-1357 / email@example.com
Advisor: Ms. Laurie Seeder / 337-550-1350 / firstname.lastname@example.org
President: TBD / 337-550-1208 / email@example.com
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