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The Write Place is the ARC’s writing lab, located in Spangler 206B. Writing tutors are available on-campus and online to assist students in all aspects of the writing process, including thesis formation, paragraph development, organization, citation, and punctuation questions.

Tutoring Schedule

During the academic year, Write Place tutors are stationed on the second floor of Spangler (near Room 206) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday–Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday. See the schedule below and come see us!

Looking for a tutor this summer?

Please email WritePlace@ohiodominican.edu for tutoring assistance with any of the following courses:

  • ENG-111
  • ENG-214
  • PHL-109
  • THL-225
  • COM-242
  • SOC-101

How to Submit a Paper for Feedback

Ask a specific question about the writing process at writeplace@ohiodominican.edu

  • Questions about MLA, APA, or Chicago format, style, and documentation
  • Questions about proper grammar, usage, or punctuation

Or, you can also send your draft as an attachment to writeplace@ohiodominican.edu

  • Please make sure you attach your draft (do not just copy and paste it into an email)
  • We will accept papers in .doc, .docx, .rtf, .txt, or .pdf formats (no Pages or .wps files, please)
  • We will not accept links from Google Docs. Please save your file in one of the above formats.
  • We will accept drafts of up to 12 pages. If your paper is longer, for example a graduate thesis/final project, please email it to the Write Place Coordinator at WritePlace@ohiodominican.edu

Please make the subject line of your email “ODU Online Writing Center”

In the body of the email, please provide all of the following information:

  • Your name, course, and professor
  • A brief description (2-3 sentences) of the assignment in your own words
  • A list of specific questions or concerns that you may have.