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Student Resources

If all else fails or you just can't get enough of a certain academic subject...check out these helpful resources!

Academic Success Strategies & Tips



Additional Tutoring and Mentoring Services at UL!

The Writing Center

The Writing Center is located in HL Griffin 107.  It provides in-person assistance to help students brainstorm, draft, and edit essays.

The Math Lab

The Math Lab is located in Lee Hall, room 110. Staffed by Graduate students from the Math Department, The Math Lab is a "drop-in" style center where you can find help with most undergraduate math courses. Click the link for the Fall 2017 Schedule!

Biology Mentoring Matters

The Biology Mentors are available to all UL students who are taking Biology courses and need that extra help! Not only will they help you to understand the content, they will also provide you tips/tricks for studying for demanding science courses! During the day, you can find the mentors in Billeaud Hall, room 106-D (enter room 106 and then you will see the entry way for 106-D). At night, mentors are set up in Dupre Library, next to the reference desk.

Accounting Help

If you need extra help with Accounting 201 or 202, you can visit the Sunday tutoring presented by Beta Alpha Psi! Most Sundays throughout the semester, from 4:00pm-6:00pm, members of Beta Alpha Psi are set up on the 2nd floor of Dupre Library waiting and willing to help you out! Click the link for the Fall 2017 flyer. Need more help? There is instructor-led tutoring available, too!

Language Resource Center

Language Resource Center (LRC) is available to all language learners at UL Lafayette. You can drop by the LRC to meet up with graduate assistants and other students for conversation practice, helpful hints, learning strategies, study help, or just to have some fun with people who share your interest in language. Located in HL Griffin, room 109!

Student Support Services

Eligible participants can take advantage of FREE opportunities in the Academic, Support, Financial, Career, and Computer areas.  Are you: Receiving a Pell Grant?  Did Neither Parent Graduate from College?  Have a Documented Disability?  If you said yes to ANY of these, then you may be eligible! Click Here to complete the applicationAcademic services include: tutoring in math, sciences, behavioral sciences (psychology, sociology, etc.), assistance in writing (developing a thesis statement, discussing ideas, etc.), and assistance in English courses (punctuation, grammar, etc.).


Other Academic Resources



General Math Study Tips

Khan Academy: Free world-class education

Includes an extensive video library, practice exercises, and assessments for math, sciences and humanities

Big Bang Physics

Includes an extensive video library for mathematics & physics, as well as calculator tutorials

Wolfram MathWorld: The web's most extensive mathematics resource

Includes math definitions/terminology and proofs

MIT Free Online Course Materials

Includes lecture notes, practice exams and solutions for algebra, calculus, and statistics courses for mathematics and other disciplines

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Provides tools and explanations for college level writing, including MLA formatting and grammar exercises.