Upcoming Events

Date & Time Event Name Event Description Signup

November 15, 2022

6:00-8:00 p.m.


Come with a story and leave with a friend! Bring a photo of home, A culture you connect to, or a place that's impacted you and connect with other students across campus through telling that photo's story! Dinner will be provided. 

International Cultural Center (3365 Dalrymple Dr.)

There are 10 spots for international students, and 10 spots for domestic students so sign up here soon!

November 16, 2022

5:00-6:30 p.m.


Join us for an event with Dr. Carolyn Stefanco as she serves as our keynote speaker this International Education Week! 

Hans and Donna Sternberg Salon, French House

RSVP for Dr. Stefanco Keynote

November 18, 2022

6:00-8:00 p.m.

Native American Cultural Night

Come celebrate Native American Heritage Month with performances, interactive activities and food! Open to all students, staff, and faculty. This event is part of the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the International Cultural Center's monthly Cultural Night series, and is a collaboration with the Native American Student Association.

Atchafalaya Room, LSU Student Union

RSVP for Native American Heritage Night!

November 21, 2022

4:00-11:00 p.m.

pels game

Come Join us in NOLA as the Pelicans take on the Golden State Warriors! The first 12 sign-ups get to participate in a special fan-player experience.  Register for Pelicans vs. Golden State Warriors!

November 22, 2022

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Thanksgiving Dinner at the ICC

Join us for a Festive Celebration at the International Cultural Center!  We are hosting a Thanksgiving meal in collaboration with Campus Federal Credit Union.  RSVP for Thanksgiving Dinner!

Co-Host an Event with us!

Cultural Nights

During the Fall and Spring semesters the ICC collaborates with student organizations and the Office of Multicultural Affairs to host monthly cultural nights based on global holidays and cultural heritage celebrations.  

We invite student organizations to co-host these celebrations with us! For Fall 2022 we are looking for student organizations to co-host the following events with us:

September 30: Latinx Heritage Night
October 21: Diwali
November 18: Native American Heritage Night
January 20: Lunar New Year
February 17: Black History Night
March 24: Nowruz
April: Ramadan
If you are interested in co-hosting any of these events with us, or if you have any questions about the co-hosting proposal process, please email 

World Event Awareness & Support

We collaborate with individual students and student organizations to raise awareness and support for world events affecting their home countries. Some examples of support that we can provide include:

  • Tables, chairs & tents for tabling across campus
  • Resharing awareness content on social media
  • Creating and printing flyers and posters
  • Providing space in the International Cultural Center for meetings and awareness events free of charge

We are always willing to consult with students to brainstorm ideas and initiatives. Reach out to to connect with our staff and set up a meeting!