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The Mission of the United Lutheran Seminary Writing Center is to provide excellent assistance in the writing and revising of academic papers, leading to every student’s growth in skills for academic and professional success. The center provides services to students in any degree program and for all levels of help.

The Writing Center provides research assistance, writing skills development, editorial assistance, and more. Contact us at to schedule an appointment which we will schedule within five business days. Please include in your email your paper and the assignment prompt. We will review up to ten pages of text per assignment. 

All services may be provided as needed via video conference or in person. One-week notice is necessary to allow sufficient opportunities to schedule the session. Faculty may require students to consult with the writing center after seeing a need.

Writing Center Hours:

Writing Center Hours:

Currently By Appointment

Please contact us by email at to schedule an appointment.

Services available:

  • Computer Skills Development
  • Writing Skills Development
  • Paper Formatting
  • Editorial assistance (10 pages per visit)
  • Helping develop focus / choosing a topic
  • Helping with structural design or revision
  • Research assistance
  • General outline construction (pre-writing assistance)
  • Assistance in the editing or creation of footnotes, citations, and bibliographies for classroom assignment
  • Tutoring students on how to format footnotes and bibliographies for any size project

Thesis and Dissertation Formatting 

  • Library staff will help format completed projects before printing/binding 

Understanding Plagiarism

Understanding Plagiarism


The land on which United Lutheran Seminary sits, and which stretches between its two campuses, is tribal land, inhabited originally by the Lenni Lenape, the Susquehannock, and the Seneca tribes. We honor those original caretakers of this land, and we pay respect to the original inhabitants of what we now call Pennsylvania. Acknowledging this history is consistent with the seminary’s commitment to welcome and equity, which calls us in Christ to repentance, reconciliation, and wholeness. Even though the sad history of colonization cannot be undone, this land acknowledgement is one small way for us to remember what happened here, to understand our part in this story, and to develop a more healthy relationship with the land and its original inhabitants.


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