LSU University College’s Summer Scholars is an eight-week summer bridge program that prepares selected under-represented minority students to make a successful transition from high school to the University.  This summer experience offers students the opportunity to become adjusted to the academic, personal, and social challenges that may encounter at LSU.  Students are provided with a structured environment conducive to building the fundamental skills necessary to enhance the likelihood of successful completion of a baccalaureate degree.

    News & Events

    04/03/2014 09:50 AM
    BATON ROUGE –
    LSU University College held its annual “Celebration of Excellence” Spring Awards program on Tuesday, April 1, at The Club on Union Square. University College awarded $64,000 through 55 scholarships, 10 LSU faculty teaching awards and one LSU Advisor of the Year Award.
    2/1/2014 09:44 AM
    BATON ROUGE - LSU Women’s Center, McNair Research Scholars Presentation to Address Role of Mothers in Hip-Hop, R&B Music Genres

    1/6/2014 09:42 AM
    BATON ROUGE - LSU students are a diverse group. They come from all over the globe with different dreams, goals, and aspirations for their respective futures. Here is a chance to get to know them one at a time.  No matter his or her academic discipline, everyone has a story to tell…including you!

    11/22/2013 01:44 PM

    BATON ROUGE – The LSU University College’s Summer Scholars program is accepting applications for its Class of 2014.

    09/25/2013 01:18 PM

    BATON ROUGE – Andrea L. Jones, assistant director of LSU University College’s Center for Advising and Counseling, or UCAC, has been selected as the Outstanding Advising Award Winner from the National Academic Advising Association, or NACADA, as part of the 2013 Annual Awards Program for Academic Advising. Jones will be honored and presented this award in Salt Lake City during the association’s annual conference in October.