Louisiana State University at Eunice

Louisiana State University at Eunice (LSU Eunice or LSUE) is a junior college located in Eunice, Louisiana

Louisiana State University at Eunice currently serves around 3,300 full and part-time students. LSU Eunice currently offers degrees and diplomas up to the associate’s degree level. It is affiliated with the LSU System.

LSU Eunice was founded in 1964 by the Louisiana State Legislature to provide basic higher education opportunities to students located in southwest Louisiana. The LSU Board of Supervisors approved the establishment of LSU Eunice and LSU Shreveport in 1965.

State Representative Allen C. Gremillion of Crowley was instrumental in passage of the legislation creating LSU Eunice.

Through the work of Curtis Joubert, the former mayor of Eunice, LSU-E established the Cajun Prairie Wildflower Habitat.

Located in the Community Education Building, Room 204, the Office of Information Technology at LSU Eunice provides a range of services to the campus community. The IT group is dedicated to providing users with the services necessary to achieve the ultimate goal of educating our students.

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