The Student Learning Program is a holistic educational assistance program that fosters independent learning to assist student-athletes in their pursuit of academic, athletic, and personal goals. The Student Learning Program administers educational assistance services in the Academic Center for Student-Athletes, including Educational Testing, Learning Specialist assistance, the Tutorial Program, and the Career and Professional Development Program.
The goal of this student-centered program is to cultivate independent learning through objective-based teaching and advising students about how to better utilize available resources for academic, athletic, and personal success.
Students with Documented Learning Disabilies
If you have been previously diagnosed with a Learning Disability, ADD/ADHD, and/or received accommodations in high school, please send all related documentation to the Student Learning Program. The LSU Office of Disability Services will review your documentation to determine if you qualify for accommodations as an LSU student. By sending your records as early as possible, you will be more likely to have accommodations in place for the first week of classes. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 225-578-5787. You may send materials by mail or fax.
Student Learning Advisory Board