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Southern University 2016 Flood Relief and Resources
Notice to all Employees
If you have suffered damage and have been displaced by the recent floods, it is imperative that you sign up for disaster assistance at FEMA's website, www.disasterassistance.gov. When you register, you will be given a FEMA identification number which you should forward to Mr. Lester Pourciau, associate vice president for human resources, who has been designated to receive this information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern University Flood Relief Fund
The Southern University System Foundation, in cooperation with the University administration, has established the Southern University Flood Relief Fund, to provide assistance to University students and employees that have been significantly impacted by historic area flooding. Donations may be made here.
Governor John Bel Edwards has authorized special leave for employees impacted by the 2016 Great Flood. The maximum amount of special leave that can be requested is up to five working days. Download Southern University System Special Leave Request Form here.
Employee Assistance Program
Counseling support for employees and students is available through the University Counseling Center, 225.771.2480, located next to the Health Center/Infirmary.
Southern University will replace diploma's for alumni who who lost their SU diploma due to recent flooding in Louisiana.
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