The Entrance Plaza Wall, directly behind the Horse and Rider statue represents McNeese's six colleges: College of Business, Burton College of Education, College of Engineering, College of LIberal Arts, College of Nursing and College of Science. During Freshman Orientation, students walkt through the opening of the wall into campus signifying their entrance into college.
The Entrance Wall Plaza represents McNeese's six colleges: College of Business, Burton College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts, College of Nursing and College of Science.
The SEED Center is a partnership between the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, the Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, the city of Lake Charles and McNeese.
The three-story, 52,000 square-foot facility is located at 4310 Ryan Street, across from the McNeese campus. The facility will serve as the central location for economic development for Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron and Jefferson Davis parishes and as a catalyst for the creation, retention and recruiting of businesses and high quality, diversified jobs. The SEED Center is a partnership between the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, the Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, the city of Lake Charles and McNeese. Merging existing resources into one facility creates an economical, efficient and effective one-stop shop with the services, technology and experience to capitalize on economic development opportunities for all of Southwest Louisiana. ...more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Aug. 16 to open the doors of the new $7.2 million Burton Residence Hall.
The $13 million Southwest Louisiana Entrepreneurial and Economic Development Center is now officially open for business.
Bruce Hemphill, former associate athletics director at the University of Wyoming and assistant to the athletics director at the University of North Carolina, has been selected as the new McNeese State university athletics director.
A "Celebrate the Arts" faculty potpourri recital will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6 in the Shearman Fine Arts Performing Arts Theatre at McNeese.
A bronze statue titled "The Cowboy" by legendary western painter and sculptor Buck McCain was officially dedicated Aug. 14 at the Jack V. Doland Field House.
A one-stop registration help desk will be available to students during late fall registration Aug. 23-27 at McNeese State University.
McNeese is one of 19 universities awarded a grant in a national competition to advance and strengthen regional economies. McNeese will use the $102,590 grant to become the hub of innovation for Southwest Louisiana business and industry.
The McNeese State University Banners Cultural Season is annually supported by donations from area corporate sponsors. Union Pacific donated $10,000 for the 2014 Banners Season. Drew Tessier, left, Union Pacific director of public affairs, presented the donation to Patricia Prudhomme, Banners director.