Digital communications students work diligently in the Center for Writing & Tutoring

Finding Your Success

Are you struggling with a paper or looking to improve your writing skills? We're here to help!

In just a few short years, the Center for Writing & Tutoring Resources has become a positive force on the Lebanon Valley College campus. We are about people helping people. We listen, attempt to define the problem, and aid in facilitating a possible solution, thus diminishing the client's anxiety without diminishing the client's independence in either the learning or writing process.

The mission of the Lebanon Valley College Center for Writing & Tutoring Resources is to provide our clients with the tools, techniques, and confidence necessary to become successful communicators and writers. We do this by creating a comfortable environment in which clients and tutors work together at improving writing and thinking across the curriculum.

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Do you want higher grades or to improve your study skills? Peer Tutoring may be just the answer.

Peer Tutoring offers free assistance to students who want to improve their academic performance. Tutors can be provided for most 100- and 200-level courses offered. Peer Tutors are successful, upper-level students who are trained to help students clarify assignments, understand the subject matter, prepare homework, review homework, prepare for exams, review exams, improve study techniques, and improve time management. 

Tutors are available for individual and group sessions. They will contact students within 48-72 hours and arrange a time and place to meet. Please keep in mind that tutors are students themselves, and it is important to be flexible with appointments if you are looking to receive help. Requests submitted on Saturday and Sunday will only receive attention on Monday!!! 

Please note that we do not provide tutoring to high school students.

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Walk-In Hours & Appointments

Each semester, the Center for Writing & Tutoring Resources is open for a fixed number of hours during which students can come by at their convenience or by appointment to work with writing tutors on duty at that time.  Monday-Thursday, 7-9 p.m. Appointments are strongly encouraged, but not necessary. Please note that the walk-in hours schedule follows the academic calendar schedule; as long as classes are in-session, walk-in hours are in session. Please visit the Registrar's webpage to see exact dates and times of spring, fall, and holiday breaks. For an appointment during off hours, please fill out the tutor request form at least 48 hours in advance. 

Final Exams Week

Walk-in hours

Even though desk hours end on Tuesday, May 1st, don't worry - the Writing Center offers walk-in hours during finals week, no appointment needed. Simply come down to the Writing Center in the lower-level of Mund during the drop-in hours listed below. Tutors will be on duty to help you during any stage in the writing process, from thinking of a topic to revising an entire draft.


Wednesday, May 2nd from 7pm-9pm

Thursday, May 3rd from 7pm-9pm

Friday, May 4th from 10am-12pm

Saturday, May 5th from 12pm-2pm

Sunday, May 6th from 3pm-5pm

Monday, May 7th from 7pm-9pm

Tuesday, May 8th from 7pm-9pm

Wednesday, May 9th from 7pm-9pm

Thursday, May 10th from 7pm-9pm

Friday, May 11th from 10am-12pm




Final Exam Review Sessions

Final Exam Review Sessions (Study James) are aimed specifically to help students feel more comfortable, confident, and prepared for final exams. Please view the Study Jam schedule for Spring 2018.