The ECON ITF Club of LSU is open to all students. The Club holds open discussions on current economic events in the news. We also host professional development activities.
The Diversity Ambassadors organization is an outreach team of LSU engineering students, who serve as role models, mentors and tutors to Baton Rouge K-12 students. By conducting engineering science demonstrations at local schools.
Engineering in Medicine and Biology at LSU has the purpose to promote the discussion of multi-disciplinary biomedical topics through presentations, seminars, meetings, competitions, community outreach, laboratory tours and student involvement.
Engineers without Borders is a service based organization that focuses on designing and building projects in the developing world.
The EGSA is established with the express purpose of facilitating professional development amongst English graduate students and to serve as a liaison to the Graduate Faculty of the English Department.
The club is established for the purpose of promoting a broad understanding of entomology among its members, and to establish an open forum for a free exchange of ideas among the members on old or new points of interest in entomology.
The Equestrian Team is a club sports team that competes within the IHSA. We accept riders of all skill level.
eSports at LSU strives to unite both serious and casual gamers of all games and will act as a hub for facilitating eSports development here at LSU.
To enhance the progress of Ethiopian, all member students at LSU, increase awareness of Ethiopia with in the LSU community and Greater Baton Rouge and New Orleans area, and to contribute to the political,social, and economic development of Ethiopia.
Our mission is to establish s Christ centered, multi-ethnic, student empowered, Spirit led, socially responsible campus ministry at LSU.