For Faculty & Staff

CAS Media Kit for Faculty

Referrals are the number one reason students seek out CAS resources. It contains resources that can be used to inform students about CAS and to encourage them to use the free services available. In the Faculty Media Kit you will find information on learning resources, event information, sample email templates, PowerPoint slides, videos, and more.

Faculty Media Kit

If as an LSU faculty member you have issues accessing the CAS Media Kit, please contact

CAS Media Kit for Staff

The CAS has compiled a list of resources for campus partners, including academic counselors, academic advisors, and marketing professionals in colleges and throughout LSU. Please share these resources with students as a framework for their academic success.

Staff Media Kit

If as an LSU staff member you have issues accessing the CAS Media Kit, please contact


CAS Resources for Classroom Instruction

CAS Services Matrix

Use this matrix graphic to explain CAS services to students.

CAS Services Matrix

CAS Study Cycle

Use this video and PDF to help students strengthen their study habits in your class.

CAS Study Cycle (VIDEO)

CAS Study Cycle (PDF)

CAS Presentation Slides

Use this presentation in class to inform students on CAS services and resources.

CAS Presentation Slides


CAS All Learners Welcome 
LSU Diversity Chat & Chew

Join with the LSU Office of Diversity and the CAS in learning new ways to create equitable learning environments through inclusive practices.

All Learners Welcome (VIDEO)


Sample Syllabus Statement

The Center for Academic Success offers free resources to help students increase their academic performance. Content specific-support includes tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (twice weekly, peer-led study sessions), and Shell Study Groups (informal study sessions facilitated by trained peer tutors). For help developing learning strategies, managing time, and increasing test performance, one-on-one Academic Coaching and strategy workshops help students plan their path toward academic success in all their classes. Visit the CAS website at for more information.

Five ways to increase academic performance:

In an effort to improve student learning and persistence at LSU, the CAS supports faculty with practical strategies and effective resources incorporating these five principles.

  • Integrate learning strategies into instruction.
  • Create a student-centered learning environment by implementing active learning techniques.
  • Endorse the use of academic support resources.
  • Utilize technology to increase communication and engagement with students.
  • Provide early feedback and interventions to students with poor course performance.

Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly study sessions offered for students enrolled in historically difficult courses.

SI Sessions are:

  • Free, voluntary and open to all students
  • A great opportunity to improve understanding of material and course grades
  • An excellent way to meet other people in your class 
  • Guided by an SI leader who has taken the course and is prepared to share with you what they have learned about how to study

The leader attends the class and works in close association with the instructor so that sessions are relevant to the material covered.

Find out more about SI by visiting our Supplemental Instruction page. If you're interested in learning more about SI for your course, email CAS Academic Support Associate Director Matt Mattox at

Give Your Students Access to Free Online Tutoring

Find out more about our Tutoring services by visiting our Tutoring Resources page.




Main Office
B-31 Coates
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Shell Tutorial Center
141B LSU Library
M-Th: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
F: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Su: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.


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