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Catalog/Bulletin 2012-2013 
Catalog/Bulletin 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Auxiliary Enterprises

LOCATION: Residence Hall, 2nd Floor Mezzanine
PHONE: (504) 568-4452
FAX: (504) 568-4599

Auxiliary Enterprises provides a diverse range of services in order to enhance the university experience for students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors through quality, value and efficiency. Auxiliary Enterprises Administration is located in the LSU Health Sciences Center Student Housing Building at 1900 Perdido Street.

Parking Services

LOCATION: Clinical Sciences Research Bldg., Rm. 265
PHONE: (504) 568-4884
FAX: (504) 568-2116

Parking privileges are regarded as an optional benefit associated with student registration at the LSU Health Sciences Center Parking is offered by the LSUHSC in cooperation with those who enjoy the privilege. The spirit of this cooperation determines the success and efficiency of parking operations. Parking Committee Rules and Regulations apply to day, night, and weekend parking in all campus parking facilities of LSUHSC. The rules and regulations concerning parking are made to protect all users and thus apply equally to everyone. Student lots are located primarily on Perdido Street. In addition, students have night and weekend access to the Roman Street garage. For specific information on University parking regulations and parking lots, visit our website.

Student Housing

LOCATION: 1900 Perdido Street, Room 210
PHONE: (504) 568-6260
FAX: (504) 568-7204

The Residence Hall office hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Application forms for reserving accommodations can be obtained by accessing or from the Residence Hall office.

LSU Health Sciences Center has two residence facilities which serve up to 466 students.

The Residence Hall contains 208 living units for the community of single students and married couples. Adjacent parking at ground level is fenced. Inside and outside recreational areas include table tennis, billiards and basketball court. Located at 1900 Perdido Street, the Residence Hall connects to the Medical Education Building by covered, elevated walkway for easy and quick access to class rooms, labs, library, seminar rooms, and cafeteria.

Stanislaus Hall is located on six floors of the recently renovated Sister Stanislaus Memorial Building, also known as the Old Charity School of Nursing Dormitory. This building, located at 450A South Claiborne Avenue has 154 single occupancy furnished dorm suites. A kitchen, lounge, and laundry are on each floor. Stanislaus Hall contains state of the art fire and security technology.

A covered crosswalk, the LSUHSC “Walk to Wellness,” connects Stanislaus Hall to all campus building in the LSUHSC downtown complex such as the Medical Education Building, the Nursing-Allied Health Building, and the parking garage for Stanislaus Hall residents.

The Office for Stanislaus Hall is located in room 243 on the second floor of the building. Office hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

Wellness Center

LOCATION: Stanislaus Hall, 3rd Floor
PHONE: (504) 568-3700
FAX: (504) 569-3720

The Wellness Center is located in Stanislaus Hall and offers the following amenities: Cardiovascular Equipment, Selectorized Equipment, Free- Weights, Multipurpose Room and Flat Panel LCD-HDTV’s. Free fitness assessments and exercise orientations are also available. Also offered are Group Exercise Classes, TRX Training and Pilates’ Reformer classes. Other Amenities include: a lounge area, towel service and locker rooms with showers and saunas.

Membership is available to: LSUHSC Students, Residents, Faculty and Staff. Spouses and children (16 years or older) of students, residents, faculty and staff are also eligible for membership.

Membership is open to MCLNO and LSU Interim Hospital employees only.


LSUHSC-NO bookstores are members of the National Association of College Stores. In addition, the staff participates in Southwest Regional Association, the statewide Louisiana Association of College Stores and in informal local meetings of college bookstore managers. These affiliations help the managers remain current on issues in the university bookstore industry.

Health Sciences Bookstore

LOCATION: Resource Center Building, 2nd Floor
PHONE: (504) 568-2504
FAX: (504) 568-2121

The Health Sciences Center Bookstore in New Orleans stocks all course books, reference books and health sciences software plus ancillary supplies needed for Allied Health, Graduate, Medical, Nursing and Public Health school students, residents, and faculty.

Dental Bookstore and Science Supplies

LOCATION: 1100 Florida Avenue, Room 2106
PHONE: (504) 941-8129
FAX: (504) 941-8448

The Dental Bookstore and Science Supplies Store serves the dental school staff, students and patients and also LSUHSC’s clinics. It provides assistance in locating hard to find dental books, dental equipment, and supplies.

Duplicating and Graphics

LOCATION: Medical Education Building, Room 4221
PHONE: (504) 568-2565
FAX: (504) 568-4556

LSUHSC-NO Duplicating and Graphics provides the academic community with commercial quality duplicating, printing and large format printing services. The highly skilled staff is always ready to assist with copying and printing needs and can make presentations pop with color. Duplicating and Graphics offers a wide variety of copy, printing, laminating and bindery services at very attractive pricing.

Duplicating and Graphics maintains public access vending copiers in the Dental School and Resource Center libraries, Medical Education, Allied Health, and Clinical Education buildings. These copiers accept Pay Paw cards.

Food Services

The Tiger Den Café in the MEB provides students, faculty, and staff with a convenient and wide variety of meals and snacks without leaving their respective campuses. The newly expanded menus give hungry and rushed customers a wide variety of favorites from traditional hamburgers and New Orleans style red beans and rice, to freshly prepared Deli/Panini Sandwiches and Wraps and personal pizzas. For coffee lovers we proudly brew Starbucks coffee as well as many other specialty drinks and we offer an assortment of snacks and pastries at our conveniently located kiosks.

Microsystems Sales and Service


LOCATION: Medical Education Building, Room 2200
PHONE: (504) 568-4578


LOCATION: Medical Education Building, Room 4221
PHONE: (504) 568-4919

Microsystems Sales and Service (MSS) offers its products to students, faculty, staff, departments, hospitals & affiliated clinics. MSS participates in special educational affiliate programs available through many of the major technology suppliers, which passes substantial cost savings to the customers. Technology professionals offer the absolute best in industry knowledge, experience and systems integration “know how”. They are available for assistance and consultation 5 days a week by phone, email and in person in their offices in the Medical Education Building. Products and services include but not limited to:

  • PC systems including workstations, laptops, desktops, tablet PCs and servers from vendors such as Apple, Dell, HP/Compaq, Lenovo, Sony, and Toshiba
  • Other Hardware: Printers, Scanners, Imaging equipment, Storage devices, Communication devices, Networking infrastructure, Computer System Upgrades, Multi-function devices and PDA’s
  • Operating Systems, Scientific and Research, Software development tools, Specialty Software, Imaging, Database and Multimedia
  • Detect and remove spyware/malware/viruses
  • Retrieve lost data in the event of a drive failure or data corruption
  • Microsystems functions as an Authorized Repair Center for Dell and HP computer systems. They also offer printer and peripheral repairs for HP and Lexmark products via established contracts for printer repairs

Pay Paw

The academic Health Sciences Center at New Orleans, in affiliation with the LSU main campus, has implemented the Blackboard Transaction System. Many students will recognize this as nearly identical to the Tiger Card program at LSU Baton Rouge. The program at the Health Sciences Center is being called the Pay Paw Card, and is a means for faculty, staff and students to access a variety of goods and services without the necessity of carrying cash. It is available for use with vending machines, many updated copy machines, the printing system in the student labs and libraries, all food service and coffee kiosk operations, the bookstores, registrar’s office, and the Wellness Center.