Updates on COVID-19
Updates on the ongoing outbreak and the status of LSU can be found at the relevant links below.
- Louisiana Department of Health
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- LSU Coronavirus Updates & Information
Compiled by the University Center for Freshman Year, Updated 3/18/2020
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (225) 578-2872
- Online Academic Coaching
- Hosted on Zoom.
- Online Tutoring and Study Groups
- NetTutor Online Tutoring
- CAS offers free online tutoring through NetTutor. Login through myLSU is required.
- You may find the link under Student Services on myLSU.
- Students begin with 900 free minutes. If additional minutes are needed, please email email@example.com.
- State of Louisiana Homework Help
- Writing Coaching/Mentoring is available through LSU CxC
- NetTutor Online Tutoring
- Virtual Learning Center
- CAS Online Resources
- CAS Communications
- Stay up-to-date by following CAS on social media and subscribing to their newsletter, Success Sundays.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (225) 578-2162
- The OCC team is available for virtual appointments via Zoom video conference or phone call to discuss your job search, graduate school planning, major and career decision-making, and other career-related needs.
- Major and Career Decision-Making Resources
- Understanding your interests, skills, values, and personality is a critical first
step to finding a major and career that are a good fit for you. With scheduling just
around the corner, determining a potential change of major may also be on your mind.
OCC encourages you to explore the following resources:
- Take an online career assessments for identifying your interests, abilities, work values, and personality preferences.
- Explore majors at LSU, grouped by interest areas.
- Review pages 6-12 of the Student Career Guide which covers choosing your major, researching careers, and identifying your workplace values.
- Watch real professionals discuss their careers and what they love about them at Candid Careers.
- Review the resource What Can I Do With This Major? which organizes careers related to each major.
- View detailed career descriptions in O*NET.
- View career growth trends and salary data in the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
- Understanding your interests, skills, values, and personality is a critical first step to finding a major and career that are a good fit for you. With scheduling just around the corner, determining a potential change of major may also be on your mind. OCC encourages you to explore the following resources:
- Student Employment
- The university has issued general guidance on student employment. Please view the Student Employment Frequently Asked Questions page.
Email: email@example.com; Phone: 225-578-6271
- Prior to coming to the Student Health Center, please call 225-578-6271 if:
- You have traveled to a country with a Level 3 Travel Notice or higher, including China, Iran, South Korea, and Italy, in the last 14 days.
- If you have fever and cough or shortness of breath and have been in direct contact with someone diagnosed with Coronavirus Disease 2019, COVID-19.
- LSU Mental Health Service – Phone: 225-578-8774
- LSU MHS is open and continues to see students. If you are in distress and need to see someone immediately you may utilize the on-call services without an appointment Monday—Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- If you need to speak to someone after hours you may call The PHONE at 225-924-LSU1 for 24-hour crisis and emotional support. The PHONE also provides services through text or chat. You may reach text and chat function by texting: 225-924-LSU1 (5781).
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (225) 578-5919
- Disability Services is prepared to continue to register and provide assistance to students with disabilities and their faculty throughout the accommodation process in the event of online course delivery.
- Most in-class accommodations will apply to all methods of online instruction though some may apply differently.
- The Disability Services testing office will not be open when classes resume in an online format after spring break.
Email: email@example.com; Phone: (225) 578-4307
For an overview of academic integrity and how to avoid academic misconduct at LSU, please complete the online Moodle module. You can self-enroll in the module and you will receive a certification upon completion.
A bibliography is a list of sources, usually placed at the end of a document, that you consulted or cited in creating the document. In Microsoft Office Word, you can automatically generate a bibliography based on the source information that you provide for the document. Watch this tutorial to learn more about using the Microsoft References tool.
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