Standards & Safety
Excellence in Community
We care deeply about the well-being of our students and our campus community. LSU fraternity and sorority members thrive in an environment where chapters and leadership prioritize member safety and wellbeing, personal development, and campus and community involvement.
Health, Safety & Wellbeing
Fraternity and sorority members are equipped with prevention strategies, educational resources, and programming opportunities aimed at reducing risks specific to their experience in Greek Life while improving the overall health and safety of the community, their chapter, and all individuals.
LSU Cares is a support hub dedicated to your wellbeing. You can submit a personal concern or make a report about others on a wide variety of topics and our staff will step in to provide support or advocacy.
Located in the Student Health Center, Mental Health Service provides clinical services including short-term and group therapy, crisis intervention, psychiatry, sexual assault support services, and eating disorder treatment. Our goal is to enhance your personal growth and development, address psychological needs, and support your pursuit of academic goals.
Wellness coaching empowers students to achieve self-determined goals related to a variety of topics, including:
- Alcohol and Other Drug Use and Risk Reduction Strategies
- Healthy Relationship Skills
- Nutrition, Eating Disorders, and Body Image
- Smoking Cessation
- Stress Reduction and Time Management
- Sexual Health and Contraceptive Methods
- Sexual Assault Prevention and Support
Nutrition Counseling supports students through individual appointments on topics, including:
- Balanced meal plans
- Strategies to fuel fitness
- Healthy dining out choices
- Healthy relationships with food
- Dispel nutrition myths and misinformation
Call 225-578-5718 to schedule a Nutrition Counseling appointment.
Experiencing an incident of sexual assault, discrimination, or violation is shocking, confusing, and disorienting. Afterwards, you may not know what to do or where to go.
The goal of LSU's Office of Civil Rights & Title IX is to ensure you receive appropriate support, receive due process, and are treated respectfully and fairly.
In addition to the resources above, the university encourages students and organizations to uphold practices that support a safe and healthy campus community.
Participation & Involvement
Fraternity and sorority members build relationships and meaningful connections through service and involvement in their chapter, on campus, and in the greater Baton Rouge community.