Once called the “Activities Building,” Chambers Hall housed the campus bookstore, cafeteria, and the admissions and registration offices. Chambers Hall was named for the Chambers family who owned Oakland Plantation. The site of the building was likely that of the plantation slaughterhouse. Today, all Business Administration offices and courses are in Chambers. This Facility is essential as a primary property for LSUA's Department of Business as student classroom/lab/computer space.