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Honors College Student Involvement Fair

An event designed to help students get involved with campus and community organizations
When Aug 22, 2018
from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where 1220 West Laville Hall
Contact Name
Contact Phone 2255782479
Attendees all Ogden Honors Students
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Meet campus leaders and learn about organizations that serve LSU and Baton Rouge. Talk with representatives from a variety of organizations to learn how you can get involved in Project 225 or an Honors College club. Bring a friend, grab something to eat, and find out how to get involved.

   Project 225

Project 225 provides ongoing opportunities for meaningful service for Honors College students; it was created to offer varied and sustained involvement, giving students the chance to cultivate lasting relationships with people in the Baton Rouge community. The goal is to foster life-long civic engagement.


The Ogden Honors College has four affiliated student organizations:

   Honors College Student Council (HCSC)

HCSC promotes the interests and welfare of the LSU Honors College, and provides social, cultural, and educational opportunities for its students.

   Honors College Advocates

The Advocates recruit academically motivated high schools students, assist incoming freshmen with the transition to college life, and promote the Honors College and its services.


The Fusion Review is LSU Honors' literary magazine.  As an organization, Fusion promotes the arts in all forms, from hosting poetry slams to producing an annual publication of students' original work including creative writing, essays, and art.

   Laville Community Council

Laville Community Council represents and serves the residents of Laville Honors House. The council provides opportunities for academic, cultural, political, social, civic, and leadership development for all residents within the community.