Come See What Inspiration Looks Like
From the 1,200 live oaks shading every path to the Italian-Renaissance inspired architecture dating back to the 1920s, our campus in Baton Rouge is considered one of the most beautiful in the country. It not only houses the classrooms and laboratories where our award-winning students and faculty chase their dreams but also our live tiger mascot. And if you visit at noontime, you’ll hear Memorial Tower chiming the LSU Alma Mater across the grounds. We think it’s something you should experience for yourself—but careful, you might not want to leave.
Callin’ Baton Rouge
Welcome to Louisiana’s Capital City
Baton Rouge is on the move culturally and economically, with art exhibitions, concerts, a new IBM center and hundreds of restaurants from which to choose. New Orleans and Cajun country are just an hour’s drive away.
Check out these other LSU entities as you are out and about exploring in the city of Baton Rouge:
Visit with Colleges and Schools
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