Graduate Writing Support

One-on-One Writing Consultations

In-Person Consultations

At any stage of the writing process, writers can meet with a trained consultant in the Writing Center to generate feedback and strategies to imporve writing projects, and better yet, writing skills.

Online Consultations

For writers who commute or need to work remotely, this option offers the same service during a real-time appointment with a writing consultant online. Our online consultation takes place through the WCOnline Scheduler, Skype, or Phone conversation. When making an appointment, click on the "Online" option under "Meet in Person or Online." Then, when its time for your session, go back to your registration page and click on "Start Online Conversation." For Online Consultation Instructions, click here. Once you arei n the chat window, you can ask your consultant to switch to Skype or phone. For more information regarding online or distance learning options, please click here. 


The Writing Center hosts a workshop series for graduate students called, "WRITE ON!" This series will present workshops on a variety of writing-related topics including APA, Paper Organization, Presentation Skills, and more! And, we will provide refreshments  as you learn! Please check out the events page for the full lineup of workshops every semester. All workshops are located in Pearson Library Conference Room #132.

Here are the Spring 2018 Workshops: For more information, check out the events page.

NOTE: For individuals who cannot attend the workshops in person, all workshops can be live-streamed at the time of the event. Also, recordings and PowerPoint slides from the event will be available after each workshop. Please contact the Writing Center for more information. 

Graduate Writing Resources

There are a number of important and useful resources to help graduate students with coursework, publications, conference presentations, and posters, research tools, and more. 

Graduate Writing Groups 

Graduate writing groups are open to all Cal Lutheran graduate students. There are normally 3 to 5 people in each group based on the programs the students are in — education, management, pyschology, etc. Students may come to The Writing Center with a group already assembled or they may send individual requests through email to be placed in a writing group.

For more information about Graduate Writing Groups, please contact the writing center at

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions


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