LSU has tons of game day traditions, and one of the most popular is tailgating on campus. LSU fans go to the LSU lakes to party. Another important tradition is having LSU's mascot, Mike the Tiger, sit right next to the other teams tunnel, so when the players and coaches walk out; Mike is the first thing they see. Saturday night in Death Valley is definitely a night to remember. This is a tradition where Dan Borne, voice of Tiger Stadium, says his key catch phrases as the crowd goes wild.
LSU Field of Study
When going to college you need to have an idea in mind on what you want to do when you graduate. You want to have a clue on what your major is going to end up being. A major that I'm personally into is having to deal with animals or food. So I might end up going into Animal Science.
Requirements for getting into your field of study would be...
- 2.0 GPA
- Level of difficulty is easy
LSU has many jobs opportunities on campus. One job is an instructor of Animal science. For his job you will be expected to teach apparently three courses a year. LSU has strong linkages to the school of animal science. In order to persue this job you must have an M.S or Ph.D in animal science.
Cost of Going to School at LSU
- Instate tuition-- $28934
- Out of state tuition-- $45611
- Room-- $11540
- Books and supplies-- $1160
- LSU is the only university in the United States with a live tiger mascot on campus.
- The LSU Lakes were developed from swamps in the 1930s.