Where is LSU?

LSU is located in the city of Baton Rouge in the State of Louisiana, in the South of the United States. Baton Rouge is the capital city of Louisiana and is a modern city that is home to more than one million people. The city of Baton Rouge is located just an hour away from the majestic city of New Orleans, which is known all over the world for its music, culture, and cuisine.

Information on Baton Rouge, Louisiana can be found here in the Where We Live section of our website.

Driving Directions to LSU

From I-10

Route 1
Exit at Nicholson Dr./Highland Rd. (Exit 155A).
Take Highland Rd. to Dalrymple Dr. (about 1.4 miles).

Route 2
Exit at Dalrymple Dr. (Exit 156B).
From the off-ramp, both eastbound and westbound traffic will turn right onto Dalrymple Dr.
Take Dalrymple Dr. to Highland Rd. (about 0.5 mile).

Route 3
Exit at Acadian Thruway (Exit 157B).
If exiting from the eastbound off-ramp, turn right onto Acadian Thruway.
If exiting from the westbound off-ramp, turn left onto Acadian Thruway.
Take Acadian Thruway (which turns into Stanford Avenue and then into LSU Avenue) to Highland Rd.
Turn right onto Highland Rd.
Take Highland Rd. to Dalrymple Dr. (about 1.8 miles).

 

 

Visitor Center

LSU's Visitor Center is conveniently located at the corner of Highland Road and Dalrymple Drive and can assist with parking arrangements for all guests.

Monday - Friday
7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

225-578-5030

Campus Map