Priority assignment to Cardinal Newman Hall has been given to College of Science and Technology majors. The building includes a large first floor lobby and small group tutoring room. Programming ideas for the upcoming academic year include small group lectures, tutoring, and activities sponsored by student organizations affiliated with the College of Science and Technology.
Priority assignment to Tangipahoa Hall has been given to College of Business majors.
The fourth floor lobby space is being transformed to a business lounge that will allow
for study groups, advising, and small group lectures. Faculty members plan to offer
several programs for majors throughout the semester and also conduct academic advising
in the space.
Priority assignment to Hammond Hall has been given to College of Education majors.
Faculty members plan to offer several programs for majors throughout the semester.
Village M is the premier living space for women interested in sorority recruitment. The grade point average requirement is a 2.7 cum/high school grade point average or 23 ACT, the minimum grade point average to participate in sorority recruitment. Priority will be given to women who registered for sorority recruitment. Programming in this space will focus on women's issues, campus engagement, and leadership development.