Louisiana State University and A&M College

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Louisiana State University
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
Type
Established1860
Endowment$692 million (2012 total of all LSU campuses)
PresidentF. King Alexander
ProvostRichard Koubek
Academic staff
1,500
Administrative staff
5,000
Students31,527
Undergraduates26,159
Postgraduates5,368
LocationBaton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.
30°24′52″N 91°10′42″W / 30.4145°N 91.1783°W / 30.4145; -91.1783Coordinates: 30°24′52″N 91°10′42″W / 30.4145°N 91.1783°W / 30.4145; -91.1783
CampusUrban 2,000+ acres (8.1 km²)
ColorsPurple and Gold         
AthleticsDivision I FBSSEC
NicknameTigers & Lady Tigers
Affiliations
MascotMike the Tiger
Websitewww.lsu.edu
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Louisiana State University and A&M College

The Louisiana State University and A&M College is a public university in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; it belongs to the Louisiana State University System of higher education as a land-grant and sea-grant institution. Colloquially, most people call the university "Louisiana State University" or "LSU". In sports competitions, "LSU" is almost always associated with Louisiana State University and A&M College or the LSU Athletics Department.

Links[change | change source]

Institutions of the Louisiana State University System http://www.lsusystem.edu/index.php/institutions/

References[change | change source]

  • "Louisiana State University and A&M College". lsu.edu. Retrieved 2008-06-29.