Writing Tutoring with Communication Across the Curriculum (CxC)
CxC’s writing coaches help students with any kind of writing! From essays and research papers to personal statements, application letters, and oral presentations.
151 Coates Hall, 225-578-7656
Hours: Mon and Wed 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tues, Thurs, Fri 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The LSU Libraries have a number of resources to help students with gathering research for their essays. UWP courses often ask students to utilize library resources. Not sure where to start? You can book an appointment with a Subject Specialist Librarian who can help guide your research, and even provide tips on the best books and databases to find information for your paper topic. The LSU Library also makes research guides, which include a helpful list of links and tutorials for finding research on a number of subjects, including how to access the LSU library databases.
Service-Learning with the UWP
The University Writing Program offers numerous courses which allow students to address critical community needs while also building their leadership skills and earning required course credits. To see which UWP courses offer service-learning components, check CCELL's list, or look for courses with "service-learning designation" in the schedule booklet.
The UWP cares about Student Health and Safety
We are committed to helping students be successful in a sound learning environment. Please take note of your own health throughout our semester together. Make sure you eat, sleep, and take care of yourself. If you need a physician, call student health at (225) 578-6271. If you need counseling, you can call the LSU crisis intervention and referral service, "The Phone" at 225-924-5781. If you need food, you can visit the LSU food pantry. If you feel unsafe, you can call the campus police at 225-578-3231. Take note of your surroundings and be conscientious of yourself and others. You need to make sure that you take good care of yourself so that you can make the most of your educational experience here at LSU. See the links bellow for other LSU health and safety resources.
LSU Cares is a university initiative dedicated to the well-being of students and promotion of a community that cares about each of its members.
LSU offers an online reporting system to help students, faculty, staff, families, and friends submit reports about:
- potential violations of the LSU Code of Student Conduct;
- concerns regarding sexual misconduct and hazing;
- concerns surrounding acts of bias or discrimination;
- complaints or grievances; and
- concerns about students in crisis or distress.
Office of Disability Services
The UWP understands that all of us learn in different ways, and that the organization of any course will accommodate each student differently. Please talk to your professor as soon as you can about your individual learning needs, and how your UWP instructor can best accommodate them. If you are a UWP student that needs accommodations, please register with the Office of Disability Services through the link below.