The Genesis Tutoring program was designed in 1991, and works with traditionally underrepresented students, but is open to all LSU students. The mission of Genesis Tutoring is to provide pathways to successful completion of college courses. This program is constantly changing in an effort to provide the services that students need most. Starting on September 15, 2020, students may access Genesis Tutoring Virtual Drop-in Service via the Navigate App. In order to access the drop-in service, students will need to download the Navigator App, which is available on Apple App Store or Google App Store.
Steps for accessing Genesis Tutoring Virtual Drop-In Service in Navigate:
- Click on "Appointments."
- Click on "Schedule an Appointment."
- Select "Academic Support" as the type of appointment.
- Select "Office of Multicultural Affairs" as the location.
- Select "Genesis Tutoring."
- Select "Drop-In Online."
- A member of the Genesis Tutoring staff will send the requester a message with the Zoom link.
Center Hours: 5-9pm, Monday-Thursday
The Genesis Tutoring Virtual Drop-In Service is available Monday-Thursday, 5-9pm. Requests must be made via the Navigate app.
Center Location: 302G, Student Union (Virtual ONLY during the Fall 2020 Semester)
The Genesis Tutoring Center is located in the Student Union, room 302G. However, in-person services are suspended for the Fall 2020 Semester.
Email us at email@example.com or call 225-578-4339 for more information.
List of Subjects and Availability
List is in alphabetical order.
Interested in becoming a Genesis Tutor?
The requirements to be a Genesis Tutor include:
- 3.0 or higher Cumulative GPA
- 3.0 or higher GPA in your last completed semester
- 3.0 or higher Cumulative Subject GPA (calculate by averaging all of the GPAs for each course within a subject area)
- The ability to tutor in a minimum of two subject areas
Apply to be Genesis Tutor today by emailing Michelle Carter, Director of the Office
of Multicultural Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide the following items in your email:
- Resume or CV
- A list of subjects you are capable of tutoring and your subsequent skill level (i.e. fourth-year level math)
- A recommendation from a professor
- A copy of your transcript (unofficial transcript is acceptable)