Effective communication is vital to teaching and learning. This is why, as part of LSU’s Quality Enhancement Plan, the university will be expanding its award-winning communication-intensive programming across the campus through the Geaux Communicate initiative. LSU’s goal with this initiative is for all undergraduate students—regardless of their major—to have access to communication-intensive classes and learning support services that will set them up for success, and we will be expanding support for our teaching faculty who will be at the forefront of making this happen. Click the links below to learn more about what this initiative means for you.
Regardless of your major, no matter if this is your first or last semester, and whether you need a little or a lot of support, there are several enhanced and expanded opportunities to help you Geaux Communicate while earning your degree at LSU.
Undergraduate Teaching Faculty
Whether you've been teaching communication-intensive (C-I) courses for years, you're a newcomer to the high-impact practice, or you aren't sure if C-I is right for your course, Geaux Communicate will provide lots of opportunities and resources to help students develop their communication skills while at LSU.
Geaux Communicate Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Details
LSU is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). A key part of the reaffirmation of accreditation requires institutions to develop and implement implement a five year Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) to demonstrate their commitment to student learning and success.