Southern University System

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Southern University System
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Established 1974 (by the Louisiana State Constitution)[1]
Chairman Darren G. Mire
President Ronald Mason
Students ~15,000 (system wide)
Location Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
30°31′29″N 91°11′24″W / 30.524674°N 91.190034°W / 30.524674; -91.190034Coordinates: 30°31′29″N 91°11′24″W / 30.524674°N 91.190034°W / 30.524674; -91.190034
Colors Columbia Blue and Gold
         
Nickname Jaguars, Jaguar Nation
Website www.sus.edu

The Southern University System is a system of universities in the U.S. state of Louisiana. Its headquarters are at the Joseph Samuel Clark Administration Building on the property of the Southern University campus in Baton Rouge. The Southern University System is the only historically black college system in the United States.[2][3]

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There are five institutions within the Southern University System located throughout the state. Each institution operates its own budget and each has a chancellor.[4]

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