The Write Place
We are the Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Writing Center at LSC - Montgomery and the Conroe Center. Our writing consultants include faculty from various disciplines. We are available for one-on-one consultations to help with any writing project at any stage of the writing process.
Location and Contact Info
|LSC-Montgomery The Write Place
Location: General Academic Center, G-103
|LSC-Conroe Center The Write Place
Hours of Operation for Summer, 2015
Campus Location Date Time LSC-Montgomery G-103 Monday-Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm LSC-Conroe Center CC-201 Monday-Thursday 10:00am to 2:00pm
Check the LSCS Academic Calendar for official dates of closure.
What We Offer
- 12 Computers with Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2013 (Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
- One-on-one writing consultations of around 30 minutes in length
- Quick assistance whenever a consultant is available
- Dozens of reference handouts and books on writing and related topics
- Free informative workshops scheduled throughout the semester
Our writing consultants do not take over or "fix" your work, but come alongside to help you be a better writer. Our philosophy centers on the process, not a product. We can, however, provide you with tips and techniques for brainstorming, finding a thesis, organizing, adding support, citing correctly, and other writing-related issues. In a writing consultation, the consultant will focus on your goals and use your writing to practice strategies for meeting these goals.
We have a digital record-keeping system. You will have a printed copy when you leave that shows what we worked on.
"Don't Cancel That Class!"
"Don't Cancel That Class!" workshops are available for professors who will be absent from a class in the near future and feel a workshop would be helpful for a specific assignment coming due. We need at least a week's lead time to prepare and fit the workshop in to our schedule.
Writing Across the Curriculum
The Write Place is a proud supporter of the WAC Journal of Student Writing. Entries into the journal are selected for submission by a student's professor.