Points of Interest


Points of Interest

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LSU Student Union

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Student Union

The Student Union — which houses an art gallery, theater, the Olinde Career Center, and various dining options – serves as the center for campus life.


Memorial Tower

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Memorial Tower

This 175-foot structure was built in 1923 and dedicated in 1926 as a memorial to the Louisianans who died in World War I. Their names are inscribed on bronze plaques inside of the tower.


Campus Mounds

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Campus Mounds

The LSU Campus Mounds are thought to be more than 5,000 years old, which means that they predate the Egyptian pyramids. Experts believe they may have been a gathering place for ceremonies and celebrations.


LSU Tiger Stadium

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Tiger Stadium

Otherwise known as Death Valley, Tiger Stadium’s seating capacity is 102,321, making it the nation’s fifth largest on-campus football stadium and second largest in the SEC.


Mike's Habitat

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Mike’s Habitat

Mike the Tiger’s habitat is a state-of-the-art facility, paid for by donations from the Tiger Athletic Foundation, fans, and other supporters. The 15,000 square-foot habitat recently underwent an extensive renovation, making it the perfect place to house LSU’s live mascot. Check out the habitat for yourself and pay Mike VII a visit while you’re on campus!


LSU Quad

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The Quad

The Quadrangle, nicknamed “the Quad,” is the heart of campus and holds the original group of structures, built between 1925 and 1930.


Barnes and Noble at LSU

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Barnes & Noble at LSU

Barnes & Noble at LSU serves as the campus bookstore and is one of the largest collegiate Barnes & Noble stores in the nation.



See the campus map for location information.

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