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Writing Center: Writing Center Home

This guide contains hours and contact information for the Writing Center

Check Out the Writing Center!


Appointments are encouraged but walk-ins are welcome. To schedule an appointment or ask a question, please e-mail writing@lagrange.edu, or contact the Writing Center's director, Dr. Justin Thurman, jthurman@lagrange.edu.


The Writing Center is located in room 305 of Lewis Library

Walk-in hours are:


5 pm -10 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

11am - 1pm

 Please check the schedule below.

If you need to meet with a Writing Center tutor outside of these hours, contact Dr. Justin Thurman (jthurman@lagrange.edu) to make an appointment.


Tutoring Center

Looking for the Tutoring Center?

The LaGrange College Tutoring Center is a place where students of all levels and abilities across the curriculum can work with their peers to improve their academic work. Designed to provide individualized service to students, our facility is available to anyone who wishes to engage in constructive discussions about all academic subjects. Our tutors strive to help their peers prepare for tests, work on homework and other assignments, and feel more confident in their grasp of their coursework. The Tutoring Center is another way that LaGrange College is challenging the mind and inspiring the soul.

The tutoring center is located in the Moshell Learning Center in the Front of Lewis Library. For more information on the Tutoring Center, please visit the Tutoring Center's Webpage or the Tutoring Center LibGuide!

About the Writing Center

The Writing Center's peer consultants pride themselves on being informed readers and responders to writing from all disciplines and writers of all levels at any stage of the writing process. Consultations average 30 minutes and are focused on helping writers clarify their purposes, organize their evidence, and achieve their writing and research goals. The Writing Center also hosts workshops and group conferences to help students edit and proofread their own papers, conduct research, and share their ideas with real audiences.


  • Brainstorming and invention
  • Reading
  • Annotating sources
  • Research
  • Documentation (including MLA, APA, Chicago/Turabian styles)
  • Organization
  • Guided editing exercises
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