Students who lead active, engaged lives both in and
out of the classroom.  A campus that loves to think,
to serve, and to contribute.  A unique culture.

That's what we call home..



Life on Campus

It starts with our students. They lead a growing list of clubs and organizations, many of which are dedicated to academic fields and most of which sponsor service projects on campus and in the community. University sponsored programs including speakers at the LeDoux Library and LSUE Performing Arts, bring local and national artists and scholars to campus for lectures and presentations.

Residential Life

We're the only two-year school in the state with on-campus housing. Our residential community, Bengal Village, features furnished townhouse-style apartments with a full kitchen, a living area, and private bedrooms. It also includes individual and group study areas, a swimming pool, an outdoor barbecue pavilion, a sports court, and laundry facilities. Trained resident assistants coordinate a range of social, intellectual, and recreational programs.


Our three varsity teams--men's baseball, women's basketball, and women's softball--are powerhouses in the Natinoal Junior College Athletics Association. Bengal Baseball has played in the NJCAA World Series five times and won the 2006 and 2008 National Championship. Lady Bengal Basketball has won two state championships and appeared in the national tournament in 2007.  Bengal Softball has made four regional tournament appearances in its first four seasons and, in 2009, advanced to their first NJCAA national tournament. Our popular intramural sports program includes flag football, basketball, softball, and volleyball. In our Health and Physical Education Building, students take advantage of a multipurpose gymnasium court, a heated swimming pool, and indoor archery range that can also be used for gold driving, and inlaid putting surface, and a weight training and conditioning room.

Eunice and Acadiana

We're proud to live in a region that's known around the world for its rich, deeply-rooted culture. The sense of responsibility we feel for our community, the pleasure we take in shared celebration, the ways in which we honor our history and build our future are an integral part of Acadiana and LSU Eunice.