Why choose Louisiana
for Higher Education?

The benefits of a Louisiana higher education degree are endless! Whether choosing an Associate’s degree at one of our Community and Technical Colleges, a Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. at one of our four-year institutions, or even a professional degree at one of our medical or law schools your educational experience at any Louisiana public institution is guaranteed to positively impact your future. Read More >>

Pictured from left to right, (first row) Regent Marty Chabert, Board Secretary, Jennifer Burgess, Sommer Brown, Congressman Scalise, Kaitlin Neal, Brooksie Peltier, Mackenzie Potts, Kendrica Garner,  Zana Harris, Erica Calais, (second row) Zachary Faircloth, David Polhemus, Jordan Franklin, Brandyn Baham, Erin Fernandez, Sandy Duffourc, Serena Stoddard, (third row) Jaris Hollier, Zachary Lemoine, Tommy Thibodeaux, John Pearce, Antonio Torres, Nikki Godfrey, Co-Advisor to COSBP, Harold Boutte, Advisor to COSBP, (fourth row) Caleb Prince, Jesse Elliott, Louis Blackmon, Jacob Bianchini


Louisiana's Council of Student Body Presidents (COSBP) traveled to Washington, D.C., February 8-12, 2017, to meet with Louisiana's Congressional delegation to address issues concerning college students. Our student leaders had the opportunity to discuss higher education funding, health care, coastal erosion, transportation infrastructure, and other pressing topics with U.S. Senator John Kennedy, U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, Congressman Garret Graves, and Congressman Ralph Abraham.  

This year, COSBP has selected Benson Kinney of Louisiana Delta Community College in Monroe, Louisiana, to represent the students on the Board of Regents. 

Click here to view a letter to Louisiana's legislators from the Council of Student Body Presidents. 


For more information about COSBP, click here.