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Setzer STUDY Center

Monday, May 6, 4 pm
Setzer Student Center

Join us for academic help, stress relief, study plans, free food, and swag. We can't wait to help you finish the semester with success!

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SGA Runoff Election

The runoff election for Vice President of the Student Government Association is open until 5 pm on Wednesday, April 3. To vote, visit Self Serv Banner and click "Answer a Survey."

Candidates for the 2019-20 Vice President Runoff Elections are Jackson Dolce and Luis Espinoza.

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2019 SGA Election Appeals

Elections Appeals Document

All appeals regarding the Student Government Association election will be reviewed by the Vice President for Student Engagement and the Ex-Officio Advisor or his/her designee. The final decision of the appeal is determined by the Chief Student Affairs Officer, Dr. Vicki McNeil. Verbal appeals, emails, and other forms of communication will NOT be accepted as a formal appeal. The Ex-Officio Advisor will follow up directly with all appeals submitted via this...

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Candidate Debate - Student Government Association

Friday, March 22 - 6 pm - Setzer Student Center - San Jacinto Room 218

Don't miss your opportunity to hear the 2019-20 SGA Candidates present their ideas and views on issues that are relevant to university students.

All candidates for 2019-20 President, Vice President, and Secretary-Treasurer are invited to participate in this debate. Topics will include policy, experience within SGA, and experience within their respective student organizations.

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Jalynn I Banks

Is anyone allowed to attend this event?

Natalie Marie Sfeir

@Jalynn Yes of course! We encourage students to attend this event.

LU Safety Walk Tonight with SGA

Safety is a top priority at Lamar University, and we want you to make your voice heard. Join SGA tonight for an LU Safety Walk. 

Join us to walk the campus along with campus administrators to survey various areas, in an effort to promote individual safety and overall school security.

Day: Tonight, Wednesday March 6 Time: Refreshments begin at 6:45 pm, Safety Walk starts at 7 pm Where: Meet at the Setzer Student Center, Sea Rim Room 229

This a campus-wide event...

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2019 Student Organization Awards Nominations

Celebrate the achievements of your student organization and apply for a  2019 Student Organization Award!  These awards are given to recognize the successes of LU's student organizations and their advisors.

Award Categories

Outstanding Student Organization of the Year New Student Organization of the Year Dr. Melvin Brust Advisor of the Year Award

Details and requirements for each award are included on each page of this application.

Deadline for submitting...

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Free Coffee This Morning!

Need a caffeine boost? Join Chief Hector Flores and the LUPD for our first "Coffee with the Chief." Meet with officers from the Lamar University Police Department and have a cup of coffee on us!

Today - Tuesday, March 5 Now until 10 am Cypress Room in the Setzer Student Center

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Orientation Resource and Student Org Fair 2019

2019 Orientation Resource and Student Org Fair

Freshman and Transfer Orientation is upon us once again! We are excited to welcome new students to LU! We invite you to participate with us by participating in the 2019 Resource and Student Organization Fair.  

The times and location for the 2019 Fairs will vary depending on the Orientation Date. Please review carefully.

DEADLINE - Friday May 17th

Please contact New Student & Leadership...

Dance Marathon

Friday, Apr 5, 7 pm
Live Oak Ballroom Setzer Student Center

A new program that supports the Children's Miracle Network, Students of LU fundraise all year long "For The Kids" and the equipment and professionals they need to prevail through illnesses of all kinds.

These students make sure that our fundraising efforts do not go without celebration. The annual LU Dance Marathon is held each spring as a HUGE celebration of our funds raised as we dance the night away with local Miracle Families. Attendees hear stories of the children their funds...

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Nominations Open for Ann Shaw Student Leadership Award

The Division of Student Engagement is now accepting nominations and applications for the Ann Shaw Leadership Award.

The Ann Shaw Award recognizes a junior or senior student for fostering a spirit of teamwork, excellence in leadership, and exhibiting exemplary personal ethics and integrity while making significant contributions to the Lamar University community.

Ann Shaw was a long-time employee of the university who served in numerous positions within the division of...

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College of Engineering Presents

Adam Steltzner | Team Leader & Chief Engineer EDL, NASA Mars Rover Curiosity & Author

From aspiring rock star to history-making Ph.D. rocket scientist, Adam Steltzner is recognized as one of NASA’s leading – and most unique – innovators. For nearly a decade, Adam led and inspired the breakthrough team that invented the ingenious “sky crane” landing system that so spectacularly landed the Mars rover, Curiosity, on the Martian surface in 2012. Next, Adam will lead NASA’s Mars 2020...

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Now Accepting Nominations for Seniors of Significance

The Division of Student Engagement is seeking nominations & applications for Seniors of Significance. The Seniors of Significance Award recognizes students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership, and service to campus and community and have brought distinction to Lamar University.

Seniors who will graduate in May, August  or December of 2019 are eligible to be considered for this recognition.  A Senior may apply or be nominated by a student, faculty, or staff...

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From the Student Government Executive Office

Dear fellow Cardinals,

This past summer, we lost an individual that was essential to our campus community: former First Lady Nancy Evans. The Student Government Association, serving as the official voice of the student body, has established a Memorial Bench in honor of her legacy. On Tuesday, January 29th at 2:15 p.m., distinguished guests and students are invited to join us at the John Gray Pond in formally dedicating this bench in memory of her...

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Men's Basketball Game vs. Incarnate Word

Wednesday, Jan 23, 7 pm
Montagne Center

Come out and support your men’s basketball team as they take on Incarnate World at the Montagne Center!  Show your Cardinal pride and root them on to victory. FREE beanies will also be given away throughout the game!

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Setzer Student Center Study Rooms

The Wolf Creek and Willow Marsh rooms are now available for students to study in! The study groups must be a minimum of two students with a maximum group size of eight. The study rooms may be used in two-hour increments.

If you would like to make a reservation, visit the SSC Administration Office Room 270, second floor.

We'd be happy to assist you!

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The Big Event

Saturday, Apr 13, 8:45 am
Montagne Center

The Big Event is a thank-you to the community. This is a day when students band together and serve the community, helping local organizations in our area. 

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Flu Shot Clinic

Flu season is here, so the Student Health Center is hosting their annual Flu Shot Clinic, October 9 & 10, 10 am - 2 pm, in Cypress I in the Setzer Student Center.

Flu vaccines are $20 for students and $30 for faculty and staff. Charge will be posted to your account - no payments will be accepted at the Clinic. Charges for students with Academic Health Plan insurance will be filed with AHP.

For more information, call the Student Health Center at 409-880-8466.

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Student Health 101 - October 2018

Lamar University Students,

The Student Health Center brings you Student Health 101, an online interactive health e-magazine for college students. October’s LU Student Health 101 is now available – check it out and enter this month’s drawing for $1,000:

8 strategies to get you out of a studying rut 3 ways exercise can set you up for a successful school year 3 ways to eat and feel your best at school Budget like a boss in 3 easy steps Find out more + enter October’s...

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Student Leadership Summit

Saturday, Oct 6, 9:30 am
Setzer Student Center Live Oak Ballroom-Room 110

This event is designed for you to improve your leadership skills and reach your goals. Dynamic keynote speakers, targeted student workshops, and leadership development seminars make this an event you don't want to miss!

Check-in at 9:30am.

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Fall Career and Grad Fair

Thursday, Oct 11, 2 pm
Setzer Student Center Live Oak Ballroom-Room 110

All major career fair for students and alumni seeking internships, part-time, and professional positions.

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LU Spirit Team's Pink Out Clinic

Saturday, Oct 13, 8 am
Recreational Sports Center - 4400 Jimmy Simmons Drive, Beaumont, Texas

Here’s your chance to perform at a real college football game! Participants will perform at the Lamar Univeristy vs. Incarnate Word  football game during halftime and on the sidelines throughout the game. (Grades Pre-K-8th only)

Bring a Snack & Drink to the Clinic. Family & Friends: Wear Pink on Gameday for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Clinic Location Recreational Sports Center - 4400 Jimmy Simmons Drive, Beaumont, Texas

Clinic Schedule

8:00 AM - 8:30...
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Student Leadership Summit

All Lamar University students are invited to attend the 2018 Student Leadership Summit. This one-day conference will focus on leadership development and maximizing your potential for success!

2018 Student Leadership Summit Featuring Keynote Speaker Justin Jones-Fosu Saturday, October 6, 2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Live Oak Ballroom in the Setzer Student Center REGISTER NOW

If you're a first-time student organization officer, a veteran student leader, or if you're just looking...

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Student Engagement Updates

Volunteer Fair Tomorrow Wednesday, Sept. 26, 11 am - 1 pm Live Oak Ballroom in the Setzer Student Center Do you love making your community a better place? Are you looking for ways to volunteer? Meet with local non-profit organizations and find out how you can help at the Volunteer Fair. Sponsored by the Center for Career and Professional Development.

National Hazing Prevention Week - Guest Speaker Wednesday, Sept. 26, 6 pm - 7 pm Live Oak Ballroom in the Setzer Student Center Join...

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