Lighthouse Advocates are specially trained University personnel who can provide confidential guidance and support to LSU students who have directly experienced interpersonal violence (sexual assault, domestic violence, relationship violence, and stalking) or who want to help a friend in need.
Regardless of how long ago the traumatic event or violent incident occurred, you are encouraged to talk to a Lighthouse Advocate about your situation.
The period after a traumatic event can be confusing. Lighthouse Advocates ensure that no survivor or student-at-risk has to navigate the medical, legal, mental health, or University system alone.
Lighthouse Advocates will provide survivors and students-at-risk with options for recovery, including assistance with:
- Filing a police report
- Filing a University judicial report
- Obtaining medical care
- Obtaining emotional support
- Arranging safe housing
- Securing academic accommodations
- Referrals to appropriate services and resources
(To be determined.)
Center for Advising & Counseling:
Center for Freshman Year
Center for Freshman Year:
Student Support Services
University College Administration