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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.

LSC-Montgomery Room G103, The Write Place

Location and Contact Info

LSC-Montgomery The Write Place
Location: General Academic Center, G-103
Phone: 936.273.7055
Email: TheWritePlace@lonestar.edu
LSC-Conroe Center The Write Place
Location: CC-201
Phone: 936.521.4531
Email: TheWritePlace@lonestar.edu

Appointments
Make an appointment in person, by email or phone call.  Otherwise, just drop by and sign in the wait list.

Hours of Operation for Summer, 2016

Campus Location  Day Time
LSC-Montgomery     G-103 Monday-Thursday         9:00am to 5:00pm
LSC-Conroe Center CC-201 Monday-Wednesday 10:00am to 3:00pm
    Thursday 10:00am to 2:30pm
Check the LSCS Academic Calendar for official dates of closure.

What We Offer

  • 12 Computers with Microsoft Windows 10 and Office 2016 (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 provide a written record of your visit. 

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. We employ this resource as a valuable aid in our consultations.