LSU alumni, fans, and admirers new and old took to social media to offer sentiments after LSU Football became National Champions and arguably the best college football team to ever play the game. It meant so much to our university, our state, and our alumni.
We came across Justin Jones' (Political Science '13) words and couldn't explain it better than he did. Check out what he had to say along with dozens of reactions from notable LSU alumni and admirers.Read More
2019 has been a year of incredible accomplishments for LSU Alumni Association, and we are proud to support LSU alumni, fans, and friends 365 days a year. Let us take you along for a few of our highlights from the year and things we are most proud of. We can't wait to see you in 2020!Read More
LSU Football has already proven themselves at away games this season, and we are ready to bring the same level of energy and Tiger pride to Nashville! Since our LSU Traveling Tigers Guide to Austin was so successful, we have created one for all the best things to enjoy in Nashville for LSU vs. Vandy weekend September 19-22. We cover everything from food to nightlife and game day to entertainment. Gather up #LSUTigerNation and let's head to Music City!Read More
Raise your hand if you're counting down the seconds until LSU Football returns. We know we are! Here at the LSU Alumni Association it is one of our favorite times of the year. With the help of our Texas Tigers, we are excited to share all of the details on the best places to head to in Austin for LSU vs. Texas weekend September 5-8. From food to nightlife and family time to game day - there are plenty of options to enjoy before it's time to scream GEAUX TIGERS in Texas Memorial Stadium! We hope you soak up every moment of your time in Texas. Here geauxs...Read More
The LSU Alumni Association has selected 13 young LSU alumni to serve on the first Young Alumni Advisory Council. We have established this council in order to improve engagement with this unique group and to help guide our future initiatives as a result of our recently launched strategic plan.
The Council will serve as a streamlined focus group and provide key insight and feedback on engagement, development, and fundraising. Members will connect back with their alma mater and network with fellow alumni while also working to better support young and future alumni to build increased and enhanced connection to each other and to the University. The Council's goal will be to incite ideas and initiatives that help the association best serve and provide value to this demographic.
The members represent many cities both in Louisiana and across the United States as well as a wide range of businesses, in order to best represent the LSU young alumni population. We are excited and encouraged to welcome this diverse and accomplished group who have committed to helping advance the mission of LSU Alumni Association and support LSU. Read below to learn more about each Young Alumni Advisory Council member.
We are now officially in “chapter season” – the time of year that takes us from coast to coast to visit with alumni celebrating their love of the purple and gold at those time-honored rites of spring, crawfish boils. We like to call them “parties with a purpose” – for, in addition to the good food, fun, and camaraderie, these events have, over the years, raised some $5 million to endow scholarships and professorships. Together, I know we can do much more. Attend a chapter “party with a purpose” this year and help support deserving scholars. Visit lsualumni.org/coast-to-coast-crawfish-boils to find a boil near you!Read More