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Morris N. Abrams Hall houses the Office of the Chancellor, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administrative Services, and the Office of the Registrar. Also housed in this building are Accounting, Admissions, Auxiliary Services, Budget and Planning, Financial Aid and Procurement Services, and Property Management.
This facility, located at 807 Jackson Street in Alexandria, opened in 2008 through an agreement between LSUA and the Rapides Regional Medical Center. The building houses a student laboratory and an energized x-ray room, both of which are used to provide important training to students enrolled in Allied Health programs. It also houses three multipurpose classrooms, a computer laboratory, and office space for allied health faculty. In February 2009, the facility was renamed to honor the memory of A.C. Buchanan III, former Chief Executive Officer of Rapides Regional Medical Center and former board member of the LSUA Foundation. The facilities also house the university's Continuing Education administrative office.
Located at 933 Main Street, Alexandria, the museum provides a state-of-the-art facility for exhibiting the work of regional, national, and international artists. In addition, its classroom space has increased the university's ability to offer instruction in the downtown Alexandria area. The LSUA Foundation has used the museum's facilities to host events related to the fundraising and development efforts of the university. The museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums,
This building houses classrooms, offices, our Golf Course Clubhouse, the SPERO program, and the new 318 Burger restaurant.
Chambers Hall houses the office of the College of Business, LSUA Online, and several faculty offices and classrooms.
The Children's Center provides childcare for the children of faculty, staff, and students. It contains classrooms, offices, a covered patio, and a kitchen. The grounds of the center provide an outdoor play area for the children, as well as an outdoor garden.
An early rustic plantation home, this structure was built in 1852 on the Epps Plantation in Eola, Louisiana, and later moved to Bunkie. The house was dismantled and reconstructed on Acorn Drive on the LSUA campus in 1999.
This building houses the offices of the Department of Allied Health, the School of Nursing, the offices of Human Resource Management, and the LSUA Health Center. In addition, the facility provides classrooms and learning laboratories, faculty offices, conference rooms, a multipurpose auditorium, and a student lounge.
This complex houses the administrative offices and work-storage areas used to operate and maintain the university's grounds, maintenance, and custodial departments.
This facility houses a gymnasium, weight room, the Academic Center for Athletes, and offices of the athletic coaches and athletic director.
LSUA's beautiful nine-hole golf course is open to members of the campus community and to the wider public. Discounted rates are available to students, faculty, and staff. The course is open seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. to dark. Golf carts are available for rental. The golf course office is located in Avoyelles Hall. For information and current rates, call (318) 473-6507.
This office occupies a small house located on Middleton Drive. The house was originally built in the 1950s and renovated in 1992.
This facility houses the university's growing book and periodical collection, several group study rooms, and open seating areas for visitors to the library. The building also provides space for the library's administrative offices, the Writing Center, and the Bolton Coffee Shop (Starbucks).
Opened in August 2011, Mulder Hall is a 70,000-square-foot facility that provides 18 classrooms, 52 faculty offices, a computer lab, a painting and drawing studio, a ceramics studio and a photography suite, and a black box theater that seats 175 people. Each classroom is fully equipped with state-of-the-art teaching and learning technology. Also housed in this building are the administrative offices of the Department of Communication and Arts, the Department of English and Humanities, the Department of Chemistry and Physics, the Department of Criminal Justice, the Department of Education, the Department of History, Political Science, and Disaster Science; the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science; and the Department of Psychology. In addition to the departmental and faculty offices, Mulder Hall houses The Office of Academic Affairs, the Office of Marketing and Strategic Communication, and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Oakland Hall is home to Alexandria Country Day – Upper School. This building provides several classrooms and a computer lab.
This building is a well-equipped two-story facility that provides classrooms, conference rooms, faculty offices, and research laboratories; in addition, it contains 15 laboratories designed for applied learning in chemistry, physics, and biological sciences. The building's 300-seat auditorium allows large groups to participate in teleconferences, workshops, and distance education activities. The administrative office for the Department of Biological Sciences is also located in this building.
The Student Union is a multipurpose facility that houses LSUA Dining Services, Student Government offices, a student gaming room, a student lounge, an E-sports lounge, and the Live Oaks Conference Room.
The Student Union also houses the Brumfield-Caffey Annex. This space has a capacity of 520 in lecture-style seating and 275 with tables and can be used as either a ballroom or meeting room. It also houses the Sentry Room, a conference space that seats 20.
The Student Center is a two-story building that houses the bookstore, the offices of Student Engagement, the Center for Student Success, the office of the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment and Student Engagement, Title IX, Counseling Services, and Testing Services.
Opened in August of 2007, The Oaks is the first on-campus, apartment-style housing complex dedicated to LSUA students. It consists of four apartment-style, multi-level buildings, a clubhouse, and a community pool. The complex's eighty-seven apartments provide a variety of one, two and four-bedroom living units.
This facility provides campus buildings with heat and air conditioning via underground lines.
This building houses the offices of Information and Educational Technology Services. It also houses a large general access computer lab, a smaller computer training lab, two electronic classrooms with video conferencing capability, and multi-media equipment used for the development of electronic course content.