Even the best students are sometimes perplexed and overwhelmed by the academic challenges of college. The Center for Academic Success provides academic support like tutoring, workshops and peer-led study sessions.
Learn more about the Center for Academic Success.
The Center for Advising & Counseling enrolls students who have earned 30-plus hours of college credit and who have not yet met the admission requirements for one of the university's degree-granting senior colleges.
Visit the Center for Advising & Counseling.
With programs like STRIPES and Bengal Bound, First Year Experience helps you get acclimated to life at LSU so that you can succeed both inside and outside the classroom.
Find out how First Year Experience can help you.
The University College Center for Freshman Year (UCFY) is the academic unit for most
new freshmen and some transfer and re-entry students. It exists primarily to prepare
incoming students for success at LSU and to help define their academic and career
Make an advising appointment with the Center for Freshman Year.
If you have a permanent or temporary disability and require special accommodations, contact Disability Services to make the necessary arrangements.
Learn more about Disability Services.
The International Culture Center holds educational, cultural and social activities to promote greater interaction between LSU's international students and the Baton Rouge community.
Visit the International Culture Center page to learn more.
Need help choosing a major, polishing your resume or working on your networking skills? Stop by the Olinde Career Center.
Get a head start on your career by visiting the Olinde Career Center.