Activities and Organizations

  • Accounting Club

    The purpose of the LSUA Accounting Club is to promote the study and practice of accounting, provide opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, and encourage a sense of ethical, social and public responsibility. It is open to business students who have an interest in accounting. For more information, please contact Dr. Kent Lachney, CPA, Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Accounting.

  • Art League

    The Art Student League provides opportunities for students with a passion for art.  Members find fellowship and inspiration for artists to connect and develop professionally and socially while having fun.  Club activities events, art studio activities, travel, professional and personal development. Art students in the Art Student League can connect with each other, share ideas, skills, and help one another grow and learn while having fun.

  • Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana (A+PEL)

    Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana (A+PEL) is the organization that support students who are seeking a degree in education. The LSUA Chapter of A+PEL‘s main focus is professional development and excellence in education. A+PEL provides leadership opportunities, legal protection in school- based activities, scholarship money, a sense of professional community, and professional development opportunities. Contact Susan Myrick ( for information to join.

  • Baptist Collegiate Ministries

    Baptist Collegiate Ministries is a nationwide student organization that has been around since 1919. 

    At BCM we…

    • Reach out to all students with a message of hope and peace
    • Connect students with each other as well as the faith community at large
    • Strengthen students in their spiritual life
    • Mobilize students to impact their world through local and international missions opportunities

    The BCM center is open from 8am to 10pm Monday through Friday and we are located between the Catholic Student Center and Children’s Center.  BCM has an open membership meaning anyone may attend.  You can apply to the leadership team called BCM Ambassadors by emailing the Director, Jamey Gilliland. Please come by any time and find out why BCM is your place to belong.

  • Biological Science Organization (BSO)

    The Biological Sciences Organization is a social group open to students and faculty who are interested in any area of the biological sciences. Members participate in a variety of social and fund-raising activities, including assisting with the regional Science Fair and recycling toner cartridges, cell phones, and aluminum cans. Anyone interested in joining should email Dr. Bowers.

  • Black Organization for Leadership and Development (B.O.L.D.)

    The primary purpose of the organization is give students, especially African American students, the opportunities to participate and succeed in learning and leadership opportunities on campus and in the community. The organization host regular meetings with influential members of the university and community.  The organization is open to all LSUA/E students.

  • Catholic Student Organization

    • Ms. Lynn Ray
    • Contact Number: (318) 473-6494

    Here is what the Catholic Student Organization has in store for you:

    • The Catholic Student Organization at L.S.U of Alexandria invites you to come and relax in a cozy and prayerful atmosphere Mondays-Thursdays. 
    • FREE Lunch is offered on Wednesday’s at NOON.
    • Mass is offered at 11:00 am on Wednesday’s and 8:30pm on Sunday nights
    • Weekly adoration at 2:30pm on Thursdays in the chapel with Praise and Worship
    • Join us for weekly men’s and women’s bible study.
    • Christ, coffee, and cinemas nights once a month
    • Collegiate Awakening retreats
    • National Conferences (March for Life in Washington D.C.  And National Catholic collegiate Conference in Indianapolis)
    • Midnight Breakfast during Finals week and so much more!!
    • We are a home away from home for YOU!!
  • Chemistry Club

    • Rep(s): Dr. Alex Nguyen
    • Contact Number: (318) 473-6517
    • Email:

    The Chemistry Club was recently formed for students interested in chemistry and in promoting the new Bachelor of Science in Chemistry to the general student body and potential new students.  Visit a chemistry professor in the Science Building for membership information.

  • Clio Society

    The Clio Society at LSUA seeks to promote excellence and the enjoyment of history through interaction with professors, students, and various activities. This mission is to foster professional academic development by and for history students at LSUA and to provide a collegial social environment.

  • Collegiate 4-H

    • Faculty Advisor: Esther Boe
    • Contact Number: (318) 528-9670

    Collegiate 4-H promotes "To Make the Best Better" by giving opportunities to develop relationships with peers, participating in various university activities, and volunteering within the community. Collegiate 4-H meets every Monday in at 12:15-12:55pm in front of the student union. Please contact Collegiate 4-H ( for more details.

  • Computer Science Club

    The purpose of the LSUA Computer Science (Information Systems) Club is to promote the study and practice of computer information systems and computer sciences, provide opportunities for self-development, service and association among members. It is open to business students who have an interest in information systems and computer sciences. For more information, please contact Dr. Long Li, Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems. 

  • Criminal Justice Association

    • Advisor: Mike Wright
    • Contact Numbers: (318) 427-4445

    The LSUA CJA  welcomes students interested in the field of criminal justice, including law enforcement, corrections, probation, juvenile justice and any other components of the justice system. For more information, contact Mr. Wright.

  • Empty Space Players

    Empty Space Players is LSUA's theatre organization. Offering a major production each semester, ESP draws its talent from LSUA students, faculty and staff, and community participants. All are invited to become involved, whether onstage or backstage, as ESP strives to offer quality educational theatre to audiences in Central Louisiana.
  • International Student Association (ISA)

    ISA is the largest cultural organization and is omnipresent on campus. The organization’s mission is to support and help foster the international community on the LSUA campus. ISA is open all students.

    For more information contact us at:

  • Latin American Student Organization (LASO)

    • Rep(s)
    • Contact Number: 318-473-6424

    The “Latinos Club” promotes Latin American culture through academic discussions, and interaction with the Hispanic community of CENLA. As part of its outreach program, LASO cosponsors the Simplemente Español Club of the Alexandria Museum of Art. The organization also sponsors the celebrations during Heritage Month, and the Multicultural Festival at LSUA. LASO is open all students.

    For more information contact us at:

  • Link at LSUA

    • Rep(s):
    • Contact Number: (318) 473-6581

    Link is an official Campus Ministry International (CMI) chapter for the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) providing students, faculty, and staff a basis from which to learn about biblical teaching and the experience of the Apostolic faith.


    Instagram: @linkatlsua

  • LSUA Ambassadors

    The Ambassadors are an organization of students chosen to assist the LSUA’s orientation and recruitment programs.
  • LSUA Business Society

    The LSUA Business Society promotes student success by giving them opportunities to develop relationships with classmates, network with community business leaders, and participate in various community and university activities.   Membership is open to all Business Administration students.  Please contact Dr. Jennifer O'Sullivan ( for more details. 

  • LSUA Chemistry Club

    The Chemistry Club is a club devoted to students interested in chemistry and polymers. The organization is open to all students interested in chemistry, polymers, and science in general. In short, the purpose of this club will be Communication, Camaraderie, and Chemistry.

  • LSUA Kinesiology Club

    The kinesiology club is dedicated to the development of the kinesiology student through promotion of a healthy lifestyle, service, networking, leadership, and professional preparation. Kinesiology students take pride in being an active organization that is engaged on campus and in the community. Contact Julie Franks Gill, Ph.D. ( for information regarding membership. 

  • Marketing Club

    The LSUA Marketing Club's main goals are to give students the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the field by launching advertising campaigns, fundraisers, conducting research, and networking. The club also brings influential marketers to campus, and actively works on the career development of all its members.

  • Math Club

    • Rep(s): Dr. Prakash Ghimire
    • Contact Number: (318) 427-4421
    • Email:

    The Math Club is a professional organization for students interested in mathematics and in promoting mathematical activities to the general student body.  Visit a mathematics professor in Mulder Hall for membership information.

  • Muslim Organization for Leadership and Development

    • Rep(s): Sultan Parvez
    • Contact Number: (318) 473-6435

    M.O.L.D. is focusing on molding the future generations of leaders in a positive way. Allowing any student to gain knowledge, experience that will help them become tomorrow's leaders. Members will be involved in activities around campus and the community to gain knowledge and experience in doing more than their fair share.

  • National Society of Leadership and Success

    The NSLS is the nation's largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction. Today, NSLS has over half a million members on more than 500 college and university campuses nationwide.

    In addition to honorable distinction, NSLS provides a step-by-step program for members to build their leadership skills through participation at their campus or online. Upon completion of the program, members receive their leadership certificate and take their place among the top student leaders at their campus and across the country. Members are able to list their affiliation on all statements of personal accomplishment, including their resume. 

    Membership is for life and provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance and much more. For more information contact

  • Psi Chi International Honor Society

    Psi Chi is an International honor society in Psychology.  The purpose of this society is “to encourage stimulate and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology” ( To be inducted into the LSUA chapter of PSI CHI, a student must: 

    • have completed at least 3 semesters or equivalent of full-time college coursework (36 hours)
    • have completed at least 9 semester credit hours or equivalent of psychology courses
    • have a minimum 3.0 GPA average for psychology courses

    Transfer students who are already members of Psi Chi may contact the Psi Chi faculty advisor and complete an online transfer of membership form.

  • Psychology Club

    The Psychology Club is open to all full-time and part-time LSUA students who have a GPA (grade point average) of at least 2.0. Members are typically psychology majors, but membership is open to any student with an interest in the study of psychology. Students run this organization and some of the recent activities have included:

    • Trick or Treat Street
    • Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk
    • Understanding the Opioid Crisis
  • Rotaract

    The Rotaract Club provides LSUA students with opportunities to foster leadership, community service, responsible citizenship, networking, and promote international peace and understanding. Rotaract is sponsored by the Alexandria Rotary Club.

    The club has monthly meetings, and invites community leaders as guest speakers.

  • Sigma Beta Delta - International Business Honor Society

    Sigma Beta Delta was established upon LSUA becoming a candidate for ACBSP accreditation. Sigma Beta Delta encourages and recognizes scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management and administration, and encourages and promotes aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.  Sigma Beta Delta honors students who have attained a superior record in business at LSU Alexandria. For more information, please contact Dr. Hal Langford, Professor of Business, at (318) 427-0116 or

  • Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society

    Sigma Tau Delta is the international English honor society; membership has a GPA requirement.  Please contact Dr. Blackwell for more information.
  • Sports Media

    Sports Media is the team behind the sport's teams. Members are the broadcasters, videographers, and photographers that document LSUA Athletics and profile LSUA's student-athletes. Come join a newly established club that is already on the rise. You will be able to get tons of experience and skills that will help you in your career.

    Twitter @LSUAMedia.

  • Student Government Association (SGA)

    • Rep(s): Haylee Malone
    • Contact Number: (318) 427-4403
    Every full and part-time student enrolled in LSUA is automatically a member of SGA, which advocates for, and expresses the interests of, LSUA students.  SGA offices are in near the entrance of the Magnolia Café, and students are welcome to stop in anytime. 
  • Student Nurses Association

    • Rep(s): Stephen Peters
    • Contact Number: (318) 473-6451 or (318) 427-0119
    SNA is involved in community and campus health projects, state and national educational activities, and fund-raising events to support the professional growth of its members.  SNA is open to all LSU Alexandria nursing and pre-nursing majors. 
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

    Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is an organization comprised of women that focuses on the ideals of service, scholarship, sisterhood and finer womanhood. Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the campus of Howard University on January 16, 1920 by five women known as “The Five Pearls.”

    The LSUA chapter of Zeta Phi Beta was chartered on October 17, 2015 and is the first and only sorority to charter a chapter on the LSUA campus. In addition, Zeta Phi Beta is the only NPHC organization to charter an undergraduate chapter in Central Louisiana.

    Membership into this sorority is open to all females with a 2.5 overall GPA and have earned 12 hours of LSUA credit.