LSU closing campus due to governor's stay-at-home order
BATON ROUGE - With the governor's stay-at-home order being announced Sunday afternoon LSU has taken extra precautions.
LSU Interim President, Tom Galligan, sent out an email stating that campus will be closed except for an "extremely limited number of essential personnel."
Students can stay on campus if they received permission from Residential Life.
In accordance with the Governor's Executive Order, we will close campus except for an extremely limited number of essential personnel and those students who have received permission from @LSUResLife to remain in on-campus housing.— LSU (@LSU) March 22, 2020
— LSU (@LSU) March 22, 2020
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