Campus Writing Center - Clarks Summit University

Campus Writing Center

The Campus Writing Center operates within two venues: on campus and online. The Campus Writing Center serves residential undergraduate students. The Online Writing Center serves online, graduate and seminary students.

The Campus Writing Center, located on the first floor of Murphy Memorial Library, exists to help all students sharpen their writing skills. Consultants are prepared to assist students at any point of the writing phase, from generating ideas to revising final drafts.

The Campus Writing Center hours are posted and updated on the main Murphy Memorial Library page.

For more information contact

Online Writing Center

Clarks Summit University provides an online writing center that is available to online, graduate and seminary students who would like assistance. The purpose of the Online Writing Center is to enable students to improve their writing skills.

To use this service, please observe the following guidelines:


Attach your paper as a Word document to an email addressed to

Additional Information

Please include instruction as to the nature of the assignment. You may attach assignment instructions as a Word or PDF document, or include the instructions in the body of the email.

Subject Line

Use Writing Center: Undergraduate, Writing Center: Graduate or Writing Center: Seminary as your subject line. This allows the Online Writing Center to deal with your paper appropriately.

Scheduling Guidelines

Please submit your paper at least three or four days before your due date so that the paper may be returned to you, and you have time to make corrections and submit to your instructor on time.

Your paper will be returned to you via the email address you used to send it.

Students with Disabilities

  • Clarks Summit University welcomes the opportunity to serve disabled students. We will make reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The purpose of accommodations is to provide equal access to educational opportunities to students with disabilities. Academic standards are not lowered, nor are essential elements of programs changed.
  • For more information, see our Learning Support & Accessibility page.
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