Traditional Housing | LSU Residential Life

Traditional Housing

Traditional housing simply means the residence hall or apartment building is not tied to a specific academic theme and is open to all first-year students, regardless of major.

First-year students can live in a traditional housing option or a residential college specific for their major. 

Acadian Hall at LSU

Acadian Hall

Two-student rooms

Community-style bathrooms 

Annie Boyd Hall at LSU

Annie Boyd Hall

Two-student rooms

Connecting suite-style bathrooms

 

Rendering of Azalea Hall

Azalea Hall

Two-student rooms

Foyer suite-style bathrooms 

 

 

Cedar Hall at LSU

Cedar Hall

Two-student rooms

Foyer suite-style bathrooms

photo: Herget Hall exterior

Herget Hall

Two-student and four-student rooms

Community-style bathrooms 

 

 

 

Louise Garig

Louise Garig Hall

Two-student rooms

Mix of community-style bathrooms and connecting suite-style bathrooms

McVoy Hall at LSU

McVoy Hall

Two-student rooms

Community-style bathrooms 

Miller Hall Exterior

Miller Hall

Two-student , three-student, and four-student rooms

Community-style bathrooms 

 

The Pentagon Community at LSU

The Pentagon Community:
Beauregard, Jackson, Taylor, and LeJeune Halls

Two-student rooms

Community-style bathrooms 

 

Spruce Hall exterior

Spruce Hall 

Two-student rooms

Connecting suite-style bathrooms 

students walking in apartment courtyard East Campus & West Campus Apartments 

Limited apartments are available to first-year students 


**Throughout the summer, traditional space may become available in additional halls and apartments not listed here.