Thank you to Dr. Paul Coreil for talking to the campers at Coach Larry Cordaro's basketball camp and showing off your socks for crazy sock day! #LSUA #JointheAlist
LSU of Alexandria
A university of choice, recognized for academic excellence and a commitment to fostering student and community growth through teaching, research, and service. Louisiana State University Alexandria is a publicly supported institution that provides undergraduate level college education to the citizens of Central Louisiana.
Mission: Louisiana State University Alexandria offers Central Louisiana access to affordable baccalaureate and associate degrees. In a caring environment, we challenge students to seek excellence in, and bring excellence to, their studies and their lives. LSUA is committed to a reciprocal relationship of enrichment with the diverse community it serves.
Thank you to Dr. Paul Coreil for talking to the campers at Coach Larry Cordaro's basketball camp and showing off your socks for crazy sock day! #LSUA #JointheAlist
Dr. Jerry Sanson
LSUA Professor, Dr. Jerry Sanson, receives the Max Bradbury Award
The ACT test which had been scheduled for July 13 will be rescheduled for Saturday, July 27. Students who were registered for the original test date will be contacted by ACT and given the option of taking the test on the 27th or at a later date, if preferred.
As of now, the university will be open on Monday, July 15. However, we continue to monitor the weather. If you cannot safely make it to campus due to rain and/or flooding, please let your professor know as soon as possible.
If you are taking a test with Prometric, call the testing center to reschedule if you are unable to make it to campus.
Please stay safe in the weather.
The university is expected to reopen for normal business on Monday, July 15 at 8:00am. We will continue to monitor the weather and will announce any changes.
We have great students and student-athletes! #LSUA #RapidesRegional #bringyourAgame
We love when student athletes with big hearts give back to our community. Thank you to the LSUA men’s basketball team and Coach Cordaro for visiting our smallest patients this week. They loved it! 👏🏼🏀🥇 @lsuahoops #lsua #lsuagenerals #theybroughttheirAgame #healthcareonahigherlevel
LSU of Alexandria is launching a new accounting degree in August announced Dr. Kent Lachney, CPA, Coordinator of Accounting, for the LSUA Department of Business Administration.
Now students in central Louisiana and throughout the state can earn a Bachelor of Science in Accounting in both a traditional and 100% online format. “The degree equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary for successful completion of the CPA exam and for entry into public accounting, industry, or governmental/non-profit employment,” states Dr. Lachney.
“An accounting program which prepares students for the CPA exam is much needed in central Louisiana,” says Business Administration Chair Dr. Randall Dupont. Studies show that the central Louisiana region needs approximately twice as many accountants than are currently employed by area businesses. In addition, the Louisiana Workforce Commission has rated the field of accounting as a 5-star occupation for its high pay and stability.
The new degree follows the department’s recent announcement of accreditation. In June, LSUA received a 10-year internationally-recognized accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). “This accreditation certifies LSUA’s business program meets the highest academic standards,” says Dr. Dupont. The new accounting degree in combination with accreditation means LSUA offers an excellent educational opportunity in central Louisiana and for working professionals online.
Dr. Lachney states, “Accounting graduates can pursue a variety of paths after graduation.” Most seek careers in public accounting (including auditing, tax preparation, and business consulting) and private accounting (including financial accounting, management accounting, and internal auditing). Some graduates continue their education and earn a Master of Science in Accounting or Master of Science in Business Administration, with or without a concentration in Accounting. Others attend law school, he says.
Dr. Lachney and faculty have done an outstanding job in developing the curriculum, says Dr. Dupont. “Dr. Lachney originated the new degree after seeing the need among area employers. With his professional experience and CPA credentials, he was able to develop a student-centric program that will prepare students for a successful career in accounting and, at the same time, meet the needs of organizations for degreed accountants.”
Dr. Lachney expects the new accounting degree to attract both on campus and online students to fill the workforce need and provide high paying jobs in the community. In addition, working professionals who already have a bachelor’s degree in business or non-business programs can enroll for classes to meet the education requirements to sit for the CPA exam.
In anticipation of the new program, the business department launched an Accounting Club this past year. Dr. Lachney, the club’s advisor, explained the purpose of the Accounting Club: “We strive to bring professions in a variety of fields and career stages to campus to show students the possibilities that exist following graduation. So far, guests have included local CPAs in industry and public practice, an FBI special agent, and other accounting professionals.”
The new degree combined with accreditation solidifies LSUA as a premier destination for a quality education in business and accounting. For more information on the accounting degree at LSU of Alexandria, please email Dr. Kent Lachney, CPA,, at [email protected].
You can do great things at LSUA! On Thursday, LSUA Student Government President Ricky Brazzel and Shanco Williams from CLTCC visited Good Day Cenla to discuss being named to their respective system board of supervisors. This is a wonderful accomplishment and honor for both students. #LSUA #JointheAlist
Shawn Williams and Ricky Brazzel talk about being student members of their respective Board of Supervisors
As we welcome Dr. Coreil back to campus, he wants to pass along a personal message to the University.
***Weather Update: The LSUA Campus will close at 12:00pm (Noon) on Friday, July 12th due to impending weather. The ACT has been cancelled and a makeup date will be announced soon.
The ACT test scheduled to be given at LSUA on Saturday, July 13 has been cancelled due to weather concerns. We hope to be able to announce a make-up test date soon. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Members of the LSUA men's basketball team along with head coach Larry Cordaro visited children spending part of their summer in Rapides Regional Medical Center today to spread a little get well and good cheer! Thank you to all who cheered up the kids today and thank you to RRMC for letting us spread a little goodwill. #LSUA #LSUABasketball #JointheAlist #BringyourAgame #RapidesRegional
Great story about one our great former student-athletes! Congratulations Gil!#JointheAlist #BringyourAgame #LSUA
NAIA to the Pros NAIA to the Pros: The Gilbert Talbot Story Posted on July 7, 2019July 7, 2019Author naiahoopsreport_admin Major: General Studies Minor: Psychology and Business2016-17 RRAC 1st Team All Conf.2017 RRAC Tournament Co. MVP LSU-Alexandria is still a fairly new basketball program as they....
Thank you to all who helped put together the Pre-4th of July Celebration at LSUA! Lots of good food and fellowship and a lot of red, white, and blue! #USA #4thofJuly #LSUA #Celebration
Congrats to our own, Dr. Haywood Joiner, elected as the newest Rotary Club President! #lsua #Alist #rotary
Dr. Jerry Sanson is the latest recipient of the Max Bradbury Award for his article “Why Solomon Northup Still Matters: International Reaction to a Story of Slavery in the Red River Valley” published in the Winter-Spring 2018 issue of North Louisiana History, the journal of the North Louisiana Historical Association.
The Max Bradbury Award goes to the best article published in the journal during the year.
This is the second time Dr. Sanson has won the Bradbury. He was the recipient of the 2003 award for his article “Dissin’ the Kingfish: Anti-Longite Rhetoric in the 1936 and 1940 Louisiana Gubernatorial Elections.”
The Bradbury Award for the year’s best article was established in memory of Max V. Bradbury who was the association’s second editor and served as editor from 1958-1969. Under his tenure, he edited a fledgling newsletter with a few short historical pieces to a newsletter filled with enough articles to publish a journal that laid the groundwork for the North Louisiana History Journal.
The association established the Max Bradbury Award following his death in 1974.
There is still time to register for the remaining Cordaro Basketball Camps and learn from one of the best college basketball coaches in the country.
Larry Cordaro previews his basketball camps at LSUA
Congratulations to all the winners on Friday in the Generals Athletic Association Scholarship Scramble. Thank you to everyone for participating! #jointheAlist #scholarshipscramble #LSUA
Great day at Oakwing Golf Course for the Generals Athletic Association Scholarship Scramble! Thank you to all that participated on this scorching hot day! LSUA Athletics #lsua #Alist #Agame #itshot
LSUA welcomed the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office S.W.A.T. team to campus on Wednesday to conduct training exercises in and around Oakland Hall with the LSUA Police officers. They will conduct further training throughout the rest of campus later this summer.
This is just another way that RPSO and LSUAPD along with all local law enforcement work together to make sure that faculty, staff, and students are safe.
Can't get enough LSU and LSUA baseball? Then check out LSU Night with the Acadiana Cane Cutters on Friday, July 12 at 7:00pm at Fabacher Field in Youngsville!
LSUA pitcher Bryson Broussard is playing for the Cane Cutters of the Texas Collegiate League this summer along with members of the LSU Tigers baseball team!
Ticket prices range from $6-$1. Enjoy a night of baseball with players from universities from around the country!
What a great experience for these students on our campus?! #Alist #lsua
#STEM Fest Friday at LSU Alexandria for COPE INC TRIO Programs. Upward Bound students from Alexandria, Shreveport and Natchitoches was in the house. It was great to reconnect with my old friend Mayor of Alexandria Jeff Hall! Thanks to Mr Randolph Holly for bringing #STEMNOLA to Central Louisiana!
LSUA interim chancellor in it 'for long term'
Paul Coreil to head university again
Students needing some help to increase their scores for placing into first-year math and English courses are on campus this week for a College Readiness Boot Camp. Students are able to receive personalized instruction in these high-intensity, week-long classes in English and math.
Great things are happening at LSUA and there is still time to register for Fall 2019. Find out more from our new chancellor, Dr. Paul Coreil.
A conversation with new LSUA Chancellor, Dr. Paul Coreil
M.A.S.H. program helps Cenla high schoolers explore medical careers
Central Louisiana high school students are getting a head start on their medical careers this week. The 'M.A.S.H.' program, or medical application of science for health, is a two-week summer course held by LSUA and Central Louisiana AHEC.
On Wednesday, Dr. F. King Alexander visited LSUA to officially welcome Dr. Paul Coreil as interim chancellor. Both Dr. Alexander and Dr. Coreil met with LSUA faculty and staff and later with members of the LSUA Foundation Board of Directors.
Update from China— To wrap up their Chinese language class, students had to give a presentation to share a little about their experience and what they learned. Students shared much about learning to write Chinese characters, Chinese paper cutting and the culture. Additionally, each students was given a handmade red bracelet from their teachers, Yumi and Ark. The red symbolizes “luck” in China. #Alist #lsua #expandyourhorizons #chinA
Members of the LSUA Athletics department accepted an invitation to participate in the LA Sports Hall of Fame Celebrity Bowling Bash, alongside current hall of fame members and the 2019 inductees. #Alist #lsua #halloffame #Agame
Thank you to everyone took the time to celebrate the LSUA Children's Center 20th anniversary! #Alist #lsua #fAmily #changinglives #shapingminds
LSUA has released both the Chancellor's List and the Dean's List for the Spring 2019 semester! Congratulations to all who made the lists for all your hard work! To find your name, please visit www.lsua.edu.
A large number of faculty and staff gathered on Monday to say goodbye to Dr. Huang and wish him well as he begins the next chapter as president of Edinboro University. Thank you for your service to LSUA.
The LSUA Children's Center will be celebrating its 20th anniversary on June 6th from 3-5pm. Come be a part of this event to applaud the milestone for this awesome component of our campus! #Alist #lsua
Update from China— Students have begun their Chinese language class with other students from the area. Also, with Qufu being the home of Confucius, they have visited the Confucius Temple, where he was born and buried.
Dr. Paul Coreil was introduced as the new interim chancellor of LSUA on Friday at the Board of Supervisors meeting. Dr. Coreil takes over on June 1. Welcome back!
Also, LSUA students Monica Augilera and Eloisa Rubio led the invocation and Pledge of Allegiance at the meeting before introducing themselves to the members of the board.
Congratulations to LSUA Student Government President Ricky Brazzel on his appointment to the LSU Board of Supervisors. He was sworn in Friday morning. Ricky represents all LSU system students and student governments. Congrats and we know you will represent LSUA well! #LSUA #LSUAStudentGovernment #JointheAlist
Today, LSUA had to say goodbye to Rosemary Robertson-Smith as she is retiring from the University after 21 years.
While she has held a number of positions, including being over the Children's Center, she has most recently assisted our students with advising and retention.
She has been a huge asset to LSUA and will be missed, but we wish her well in her retirement!
Want to become a private investigator? Here's your chance with LSUA Continuing Education, but be sure to act fast! The deadline to register for the course is Thursday, May 30th.
Upcoming Private Investigator course beginning June 7! Private Investigator and course instructor, Charlene Mora, invites you to join her on your path to starting a new career.
See the details:
There is still time to register! The deadline is only a week away on May 30, so don't miss out!
Another update from our students abroad in China---
Students, faculty, and staff have visited many places including the Great Wall, as well as being hosted at Qufu Normal University. Student, Anaice Kay Hackett says of the experience, “They are treating us so well! They are all so humble and generous. We have not had to want for anything. Truly. We have given a presentation to the students about LSUA and met with former visiting scholars and exchange students who recently returned from their stay at LSUA.” #lsua #Alist #Abroad #chinA
Land of the free, because of the brave! Thank you!
Find out what all is going on with LSUA Continuing Education!
Hayley Edwards and Lakeshia Williams preview continuing ed programs at LSUA
There is still time to sign up for the LSUA Scholarship Scramble to raise money for 5th year scholarships for LSUA student-athletes! #LSUA #LSUAGenerals
Adam Jonson talks about the LSUA Scholarship Scramble
Join us and the Generals Athletic Association for the Scholarships Scramble on Friday, June 21 at the Oakwing Golf Club. All proceeds will benefit 5th year scholarships for LSUA student-athletes. For more information, contact Adam Jonson at 318.473.6571 or [email protected]
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