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Ways to Give

Make your gift online.

You can make a gift with a credit card or electronic transfer using our secure giving form. Visit lsufoundation.org/givetohonors to make your gift today.

Make your gift with a check.

Please mail your gift directly to the LSU Foundation, and note the specific purpose of your gift on the memo line of your check:

LSU Foundation
3796 Nicholson Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Make your gift over the phone.

Please call us at 225-578-8831 to make your gift by phone.

Make your gift with a wire transfer.

Cash donations can be made directly to the LSU Foundation by providing the following instructions to your banker:

JP Morgan Chase
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
ABA # 021-000-021
LSU Foundation Incoming Wire Account
A/C # 181188217
Swift Code CHASUS33

To help us track your transfer in a timely manner, please inform us of your intent to transfer cash. Contact Jonathan Earle at 225-578-2735.

Make a planned gift.

You can make a meaningful gift to the Ogden Honors College through easy avenues such as gift annuities, bequests, and real estate, while simultaneously meeting your own personal financial planning goals. Contact Gwen Fairchild, Director of Planned Giving, at 1-800-452-7928 (toll free) or 225-615-8914 or gfairchild@lsufoundation.org and reference the Ogden Honors College to get started today.

Make a memorial gifts or tribute.

You can make a gift to honor or memorialize someone using our secure online giving form. Just make a note in the form's  ‘Comments’ section that your gift is designated in honor or memory of an individual. Please provide an address and contact information, and we will notify the honoree or designated contact of your gift. Visit lsufoundation.org/givetohonors today to make your memorial gift. 

Honors College Advisory Council

The Ogden Honors College Advisory Council is made up of distinguished community leaders who care greatly about the mission of the Honors College. Advisory Council members serve as confidential advisors to the Dean, promote the recruitment of top students, network for alumni and financial support, and generally serve as ambassadors for the College and the University on a local, state and national level.