The Writing Center

We're located on the 3rd floor of Snowden Library in the Academic Resource Center.

We begin holding regular hours during the first week of each semester, beginning Wednesday at 10:30 AM. No appointment is necessary; just drop in with your assignment guidelines, a printed draft (if you've gotten that far), and your college ID. We can help you at any stage of the writing process.

Regular Schedule: Fall 2017*

Shifts

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM   

CLOSED

George (10:30-11:15)

Kelly (11:15-12:30)

Ben T.

Andrew Squires (10:30-12:40)

Taylor

Channy (10:30-11:15)

Kelly (11:15-12:30)

12:30 - 2:30 PM

CLOSED

Kayla

Michael D.

Andrew Shelly (12:40-2:00)

Ceili (12:30-3:00)

Schai

2:30 - 4:00 PM

CLOSED

Noemi

Kaitlyn

Boone (2:00-4:00)

Catharine (3:00-4:00)

Jacob

7 - 10 PM

Dayshia

Boone

Lisa

Ceili

Sanna

Hedy

Dayshia

Abbie

Sarah

Bryce

CLOSED

*In the case of inclement weather, the Writing Center will operate normally if the library remains open to students.

Writing Center Staff

Writing TutorsSpecializations
Boone Jenkins APA Style, MLA Style
Benjamin Conrad (by appointment only) Religion, Creative Writing, Biblical Language, APA Style, MLA Style, ASA Style
Lisa Le Creative Writing (Fiction), Biology, Chemistry, MLA Style
Bryce Edwards APA Style
Catharine Carmody Creative Writing, English Literature, MLA Style, APA Style, APSA Style
Michael Dressler Philosophy, Political Science
Noemi Madrid Biology, MLA Style, APA Style
Dayshia Kerney Biology (CSE & CBE Style), Chemistry, MLA Style, APA Style
Sarah Bain History (Turabian Style), MLA Style, APA Style
Diana Cavaliere (by appointment only) Business, Corporate Communication, MLA Style
Kaitlyn Hipple English Literature, Secondary Education, MLA Style
Andrew Shelly Biology and Secondary Education
Benjamin "Ben" Thompson History (Turabian Style), Political Science, and Spanish
Brandon Conrad (by appointment only) Chemistry, SBL Style (Religion), MLA Style
Abigail "Abbie" Bendick Education, Special Education, History (Turabian Style), ENGL 107 (Hawkes), MLA Style, APA Style (limited)
Hedy Gerace Creative Writing, Turabian Style
Kayla Everett Art/Commercial Design, APA, Chicago/Turabian, MLA Style
Andrew Squires Chemistry, Biology
Michael "Mike" Cavanaugh (by appointment only) Chemistry, Secondary Education, MLA Style, APA Style (limited)
Jacob Maneval Education, History (Turabian Style), ENGL 107 (Hawkes), MLA Style, APA Style (limited)
Taylor Johnsonbaugh Psychology, ENGL 107 (Hawkes), MLA Style
Schai Bilger Education, Art, MLA Style
Ceili Klaus Art, Psychology (APA Style), ENGL 107 (Hawkes)
Hayley Pisciotti (by appointment only) Creative Writing (Fiction), MLA Style
Channimuth "Channy" Miller English Literature (MLA Style)
Stevanakelly "Stevie" Dolence (by appointment only) Archaeology (Ancient Near East)
Georgios "George" Charalabidis Economics, Legal Studies, MLA Style
Kelly Rogawski Psychology (APA Style)
Shanna Wheeler (by appointment only) Writing Center Director and ENGL 106 Instructor

What to Expect

Good writers themselves, the writing tutors at Lycoming College have been trained to guide you through the writing process, from brainstorming to final revision. They do not take control of your work or [re]write your papers for you. They are not simply copy editors or grammar checkers. They are so much more! Take advantage of the friendly advice they can provide at every stage of your writing project.

Writing tutors will not know exactly what the professor is looking for or how he/she will evaluate your paper. (Always bring your assignment guidelines!) Also, writing tutors cannot guarantee you a higher grade on a given assignment; their goal, however, is to help you develop as a writer.

Come Prepared: Bring a printed draft (if you've gotten that far), your assignment guidelines, any relevant materials, a mental list of what you're concerned about, and your patience.

Visit Reports: Every time you visit the Writing Center, we send a brief report to your professor to show that you are making an extra effort to succeed (unless you indicate that you do not want your professor to be notified). In order for the check-in/check-out process to occur smoothly, remember to bring your college ID.

Word to the wise: Don't procrastinate on your writing projects! If you wait until the last possible minute to bring your paper to the Writing Center, you might not have enough turn-around time. Plus, we can get pretty busy at times.

Are you struggling with a formal research paper?

Seek out a model paper to guide you! You can read sample student research papers in Schemata: Student Essays Across the Curriculum.

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