Resources for Students and Faculty
The Writing Center is located in the Arts & Sciences Building, Room 202.
Providing assistance to LCC students with writing projects in courses across the curriculum.
Resources for Students
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: Writing Unified Paragraphs
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: What Is This Thing Called Analysis
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: Using Sources, APA
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: Using Sources, MLA
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: Writing an Expository Thesis
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: Writing Good Titles
- LCC Writing Center Tip Sheet: Elements of Argument
- LCC Library Student Success Guide, Writing
- LCC Library Introduction to Library Resources: Getting Started
- LCC Learning Commons Services
How does the Learning Commons differ from the Writing Center?
The Learning Commons offers course-based tutoring that focuses on the entire content of the course. You will request a tutor for a specific class through the Learning Commons, i.e. WRIT 121, and you will meet with your tutor on a regular basis throughout the semester. The tutor can help you with things like understanding course concepts, completing homework assignments and writing any papers that are associated with the class. The Learning Commons provides a more comprehensive approach for students who need more assistance with specific courses than the Writing Center provides. The Writing Center focuses only on writing assignments, where the Learning Commons focuses on the whole class.
- Purdue's Online Writing Lab
- Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
- The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
Resources for Faculty
- Responding to the Writing of Non-native English Speakers
- Helping Students Make Effective Use of the Writing Center
- Writing Center Student Reflection Form
We are eager to assist you with your writing needs. Please feel free to contact us.
Arts and Sciences Division
Arts and Sciences Bldg, Room 202
Phone: (517) 483-1907
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