People tend to check in during these times:
Built in 1924 and named for Charles E. Coates, head of the department of Chemistry, dean of the Audubon Sugar School, dean of the College of Pure and Applied Science (now Basic Sciences), chairman of the Graduate Division, and coach of the first football team.
Beware of ants! Don't leave food unattended.
The classroom doors upstairs are thin, so be quiet in the halls or risk a chewing out or a dirty look from a professor.
The wifi sucks unexpectedly quite often do come prepared.
Vending machine on the first floor sells off-brand scantrons, floppy disks, and other goodies.
Don't get scared by Room 143... bit its HUMONGOUS!!
Watch out for the poop in the sink. Just watch out.
Having trouble with a class? CAS can help. The Center for Academic Success enhances the learning and teaching experience by empowering individuals with effective strategies and resources.
CxC, located in room 208, is a multimodal, multifaceted program that works to improve the writing, speaking, visual, and technological communication skills of undergraduates.
Coke machine one first floor takes credit/debit cards. Rare find on LSU campus.
Chris Cole is a cool guy.
This building does not connect on the other floors, so follow the signs in the first floor.