LSU CAS Offers Free Tutoring to LSU Students
Baton Rouge, La., October 5, 2017 - The LSU Center for Academic Success (CAS) with support from the LSU Student Technology
Fee Committee, offers free online tutoring to LSU students in an effort to provide
students with additional course support beyond the Shell Tutorial Center’s normal
“We advocate for face-to-face engagement as the most effective method of tutoring,
but also want to serve students who may need late night help or have other time limitations,”
said Dr. Gloria Thomas, CAS Director.
LSU students may visit the Shell Tutorial Center in Middleton Library for free tutoring
services (Monday-Thursday from 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.)
or use online tutoring 24/7 through NetTutor, an online tutoring company. NetTutor
provides an easy-to-use interface and interactive tutoring processes to provide students
with first-rate service. Online tutoring is available in Accounting, Anatomy & Physiology,
Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communications & Speech, Computer
Science, Criminology, Economics, Finance, French, Geology, German, Nursing, History,
LSU students can access online tutoring via MyLSU under Student Services by clicking
on the CAS Online Tutoring link. Faculty can also grant student access to the CAS
Online Tutoring service by making the service visible in Moodle.
Each LSU student has access to 900 minutes of free online tutoring each year. Students may request additional, free, online tutoring hours by contacting the CAS at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on tutorial services provided by the CAS, visit lsu.edu/cas.
About LSU Center for Academic Success
The LSU Center for Academic Success (CAS) helps students achieve the higher levels of learning necessary for academic success in college and beyond. CAS offers services such as free tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), Academic Coaching and various academic programs and online services including a Virtual Learning Center. The LSU CAS is internationally recognized for more than 25 years of work in student learning and metacognition, and is one of three university learning centers certified by the National College Learning Center Association as a center of excellence.
Tatum Lyles and Sarah Stafford
LSU Student Success