Stay Safe LSU

Stay Safe LSU is a university initiative dedicated to the safety and security of our students, faculty, and staff. LSU highlights safety resources available to our community members.


Safety Checklist

Complete your Safety Checklist. 

  1. Sign up for emergency text messages
  2. Download the LSU Shield app
  3. Save important campus numbers noted on this page to your phone
  4. Complete training
  5. Submit student concerns to LSU Cares
  6. Follow LSU social media

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Important Campus Numbers

Campus Crisis Information (225) 578-4636

Campus Transit Shuttle (225) 578-5555

LSU Cares (225) 578-4307

LSU Police  (225) 578-3231

Student Health Center (225) 578-6271


Campus Transit

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Instead of walking around campus at night, take LSU’s free shuttle known as Campus Transit, available 7 days a week from 5:30 pm to 3:00 am.

Call for a shuttle

LSU Cares

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LSU Cares about the well-being of students and promotes a community that cares about each of its members. Concerned about a student?

Submit a concern

LSU Shield

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A free smart phone app, LSU Shield is designed to help students, faculty, and staff report emergencies or crimes and receive help from first responders.



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Emergency Preparedness

In the event of a crisis situation, LSU's Emergency Operations Center will communicate vital information as quickly and efficiently as possible to provide the greatest safety measures for our students, faculty, and staff.

To receive emergency text messages, register your cell phone number through your myLSU account.





Hazing Prevention

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LSU policy and Louisiana law prohibit hazing, which is any behavior designed to punish or humiliate others.

help Stop Hazing


See Something, Say Something

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If you see something wrong on campus, say something. Report suspicious activity to LSU Police or local authorities.

Submit a report

We're Committed

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LSU is committed to ending sexual violence on campus and creating and maintaining a community of respect.

take the pledge


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Parent & Family Resources

Point your student in the right direction and stay on a healthy, happy track to graduation day with these tips, guidelines, and resources for academics, finances, campus living, safety, and health and wellness.