Mental Health Service (MHS) provides clinical services that enhance LSU students' personal growth and development, address psychological needs, and support the pursuit of academic goals. Located within the Student Health Center, MHS seeks to collaborate with campus partners and community resources to enhance the overall wellbeing of LSU students.
ThePhone is a 24– hour crisis counseling and support line serving the students of LSU. Callers to the LSU line are connected to volunteer paraprofessional counselors trained in crisis intervention and suicide prevention. Call or text 225-924-5781, ThePhone. ThePhone also features a chat feature to connect with a Paraprofessional Counselor.
The mission of the LSU Food Pantry is to provide supplemental food to students in need who may experience hunger or food insecurity.
Food insecurity is a prevalent issue on college campuses nationwide that goes largely unaddressed. Some students may experience situational hunger or insecurity while others may demonstrate chronic hunger or insecurity and a need for continued support. Regardless of circumstances, no student should have to choose between food and other basic needs. The Food Pantry exists to help ease that choice and provide support.
At LSU, we want to ensure all students have the resources needed in order to succeed and achieve their academic goals. Students who become pregnant while in school may become overwhelmed with questions and it is our goal to help those students navigate the resources available to them during their pregnancy journey.