All About Southeastern
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm a junior English education major from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and I attend Southeastern Louisiana University here in Hammond, Louisiana. Some fun facts about me is I have been a resident assistant on campus for two years. I'll be going into my third year and I attend many campus events, and I've been a part of many organizations in my three years on Can Feast. A Louisiana university is located in him in Louisiana, we usually short enough school named by saying Southeastern or S L. U. It is about our main campus is about two miles around because a lot of people walk the perimeter of campus and it's about two miles. We also have a north campus, which is about the same amount. Um, it's kind of across the street from our main campus. Part about South Eastern is, honestly the close knit community that is felt on campus. We have about maybe fourteen or fifteen thousand students. Since it's like such a small campus, everything is so close together, I'm seeing the same familiar faces every day. It's not like I'm seeing weird odd people around, like, always see a friendly face, somebody that I know and recognise on campus all day, every day. Honestly, my favorite part, another favorite part is like I was saying, Our campus is about two miles, so everything is so close, like I'm really not walking more than five minutes to get from anywhere. Even if you live in the Farthest Residents Hall on campus, it's literally about five minutes to get the union and maybe a extra three minutes to get the class that you have classes behind the union. For me and my experience, everything has been super close. If I'm like running late for glass, which I mean happens a lot, I don't really have to worry about being too late because I'm just like within a five minute walking distance, so that would be my favorite part of campus. My least favorite thing about campus would have to be how we are considered a commuter school, so that means most of our students do not stay on campus. They commute to and from school, even if it's from an apartment from like five minutes down the street. Um, when it's called a commuter school, most people that even stay on campus leap on the weekend, so it already makes our small on campus living community even smaller. Then that results in like the hours on campus on the weekends are kind of weird. Like, for example, the library isn't open on Saturday, but we do have a computer lab that you can use on Saturday. The cafeteria kind of closes earlier than they do on the normal week, so they don't have to be my least favorite thing. How we're commuter school and that's enters into people leaving on the weekend, and that turns into our hours being kind of limited on campus on the weekends, which sucks when you're staying your hunger like ten o'clock put. Maybe a market might be close, so now I have to be my least favorite thing.