The SSC provides FREE tutoring to ULM students in the following courses at the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center:
MATH 0093, 1009, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1016, 1031, 1032, 2032
BIOL 1001, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1020, 1022, 2014, 2015, 2020, 2026, 2028, 2030, 3005, 3010
CHEM 1001, 1002, 1007, 1008, 2030, 2032
PHYS 2003, 2004, 2007
Other subjects by request. Call the Student Success Center to request tutoring in other subjects. You may be connected to the department in question or one of the Student Success Center tutors may be able to help you on a limited basis.
To schedule a tutoring appointment for any of the courses listed above, call 318-342-3667
or stop by the Student Success Center.
The SSC also coordinates with academic departments to provide tutoring in areas other than math and science.
The Foreign Language Department offers tutoring in Spanish, French and Latin.
Foreign Language Tutoring is available in Brown Hall, Room 320. For more information call 318-342-3097.
• Attend Class - Remember a tutoring session should serve as a supplement to class not as a replacement. Tutors are not there to hold lectures or do your homework.
• Think Preventatively - Schedule sessions BEFORE your subject matter becomes a problem. Do not wait until it is too late. Then, nothing can be done. Stop the problem before it starts.
• Use Tutoring Regularly - The best thing that you can do is to use tutoring on a continuous basis, which means once or twice per week (every week). Using tutoring only before test time reduces your chances of utilizing tutoring effectively and decreases your chances of making a good grade on the test. This is especially true if math and science are your weak areas.
• Arrive on Time -Time is a precious commodity. Every minute that you are late to a tutoring session reduces your tutoring time and your chances of getting meaningful, effective help.
• Be prepared - Bring your books, syllabus, notes, and completed assignments. This allows your tutor to know what is required of you. Additionally, completed assignments give your tutor a starting point so that, together, you and your tutor can identify your problem areas and correct them. Always prepare questions for your tutor.
• Ask Questions - The hour is yours. Make the most of it. Never leave a tutoring session with unanswered questions. The tutor is there to help you.
Are you interested in becoming a tutor?
Purpose of Job: To provide individual tutoring in math, biology, physics, and/or chemistry for ULM
students in the Student Success Center.
Description/Responsibilities: Tutors serve to assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills.
Other assistance may include: reviewing class material, discussing the text, predicting test questions, and/or working on solutions to problems.
Tutoring is a supplement to teaching. Tutors are neither expected to know everything
about the subject(s) for which they tutor nor complete students' homework.
1. Must have earned a "B" grade or better in the course(s) student wish to tutor.
2. Must have attended ULM full time for at least one semester.
3. Must have taken the coursework student wishes to tutor at a university in the U.S., preferably at ULM.
4. Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours.
5. Must be a mature, responsible individual dedicated to helping others achieve academic success.
6. Must possess strong communication skills.
If you have any questions, please contact Hanna Clifton at firstname.lastname@example.org