Students on Faculty Committees
Student Government Association
Educational Technology Student Committee
Alpha Eta Honor Society
Student Fundraising Policy
LSU Football Tickets
Students have a participatory function on standing faculty committees within the School of Allied Health Professions. Student representatives are facilitated by the Student Government Association and the Faculty Delegate Assembly to serve on the following faculty committees:
- Academic Affairs
- Interprofessional Education
- Community Outreach/Engagement
- Institutional Expansion & Advancement
- Recruitment and Student Affairs
All students should read and understand CM-11 Statement of The Student Role and Participation in Institutional Decision Making.
Established in 1985, the Student Government Association (SGA) of the School of Allied Health Professions provides a forum for student debate and opinion; to meet the needs of the members through identification, coordinated activity, communication and fellowship; and to provide an orderly method of colloquy between students and faculty. The SGA provides for the equitable expenditure of the Student Government Association Fee funds, as determined by the students. The SGA is composed of two student representatives from each of the academic programs. The selection process varies among programs. The SGA is advised by the Director of Student Life and Assistant Dean of Academic & Student Affairs.
The Educational Technology Student Committee reviews technology requests and provides for the equitable expenditure of the Technology Fee funds. The comittee is composed of a student representative from each of the academic programs. The selection process varies among programs. The committee is advised by a faculty in the School of Allied Health Professions.
The Alpha Eta Honor Society is a national scholastic honor society that serves to promote and recognize significant scholarship, leadership, and contributions to the allied health professions. Student initiates are nominated by their respective program faculty based on scholastic and leadership abilities reflected in their chosen professions.
In addition to CM-16, fundraisers must adhere to the following guidelines in order to be considered for approval.
- All fundraiser requests should be submitted using the Fundraiser Request Form located in the Student Life Office.
- Fundraiser Request Form should be submitted to the SAHP Student Life Office (Rm 3-344 or 318-813-2898) no later than one (1) week prior to fundraiser. If a raffle is involved, the form must be submitted no later than four (4) weeks prior to the start of raffle ticket sales in order to obtain proper temporary gaming license through the LSUHS Foundation.
- Fundraiser ideas must be approved by the following, in this order:
- Program Director/Faculty Advisor
- SAHP Student Life Office (at least one week prior)
- LSUHS Foundation*
*The Foundation is responsible for coordinating all fundraising on behalf of LSU Health Shreveport (CM-16).
- Programs can individually set fundraiser guidelines in order to receive approval at the program level.
- Fundraiser requests must be signed/approved by Program Director/Faculty Advisor prior to being presented to the Student Life Office for approval. NO requests will be considered without program-level approval.
- Fundraiser must benefit LSU Health Shreveport in order to obtain use of LSUHS Foundation Tax ID information.
- All funds raised by approved fundraisers MUST be deposited into coordinating LSUHS Foundation account(s).
- If a class chooses to fundraise outside of LSUHS Foundation, the class should make no mention of LSU Health Shreveport, LSU Health School of Allied Health Professions, or LSUHS Foundation in fundraising efforts.
- Approved fundraisers may be marketed on electronic media boards, e-Newsletter(s), and through Student Life group email upon request. Note: Students are not allowed to send mass emails through LSU Health Shreveport email system without the permission from the Director of Student Life.
- Marketing/Design assistance is available at no cost through the Medical Communications Department if requests are completed at least two (2) weeks prior to event/fundraiser. In an effort to adhere to brand standards, each program is strongly urged to utilize the institution’s design services.
The Student Union, located at 1417 Woodrow Street (directly behind the Medical Center) is available for Allied Health students.
This space can be used for studying, hosting student groups, etc. Every student has 24/7 badge access to this building. To reserve the Student Union for a private gathering, please contact Laura Grayson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PULSE is the LSU Health Shreveport yearbook, an annual student publication. A student volunteer is selected by the Director of Student Life to assist and prepare the Allied Health sections of the yearbook. The PULSE is distributed during the fall semester to all students who are enrolled during the previous spring semester.
LSU football tickets are available to students each home game of the season. There are a specified limited number of tickets per game. The amount of tickets allotted to SAHP is based on the number of full time enrolled students. The tickets are made available through email at least one week prior to each home game. The first students to email Student Life at the designated time will be assigned a ticket for purchase. The student then has a documented time to pick up and pay for their ticket before an alternate is offered the ticket. Student ID must accompany the ticket in order to gain entrance to the LSU Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
In association with LSU Shreveport, LSU Health Shreveport students can participate in such intramural sports as football, basketball, soccer, and softball. Group exercise classes are offered as well. LSU Shreveport is located at One University Place, Shreveport, LA., 71115. Information regarding upcoming opportunities are can be obtained on the LSU Shreveport Recreational Sports website.