Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) was established to provide employees and their families with opportunities to obtain assistance for a variety of personal problems which may affect their continued functioning as productive members of the University community or society at large. The EAP is a referral service with professionally certified employee assistance providers who are experienced in a wide range of issues including relationship, conflict, family concerns, and alcohol or drug dependence.
America Saves is a campaign by the nonprofit Consumer Federation of America (CFA). They provide help to people who want to save money, build wealth and reduce debt. They provide 54 Ways to Save Money in various groups such as general saving tips, saving money on food, family and friends, health, etc.
America Saves breaks down the wealth-building goal of an Emergency Fund and provides guidelines on how to start saving for one.
Want to connect with a Financial Counselor to review and get help with your finances? Schedule with National Foundation for Credit Counseling online or call to talk to a certified Counselor.
Experience a fresh way to manage your money with Intuit. The Intuit App lets you view all your money and where it goes, spend and save smarter, and stay focused on your financial goals.
The Olinde Career Center is available to meet one-on-one with LSU students, faculty, staff, and alumni. They are open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and closed on university holidays.
You may also call 225-578-2162 or stop by their office, 158 LSU Student Union Bldg.
Campus Federal was established in 1934 by 7 employees at LSU to provide flexible and competitive financial products to promote financial stability and performance.
Campus Federal does provide a Financial Fitness Center that lets you customize your Financial Wellness online modules to learn strategies to help you succeed in your financial journey.
Interested becoming a Campus Federal Member? Apply today!