The Writing Center is home to resources that promote outstanding writing for academic, professional, and creative work. The center exists to support Seattle School students in their writing processes by providing access to writing resources, formatting and citation guides, as well as 1-on-1 meetings with Writing Center consultants.
The Writing Center team periodically updates this page with resources we believe to be most helpful for our students. Currently, you can find further information on citation assistance, grammar, plagiarism, and developing thesis statements.
Book a Writing Center Consultant meeting anytime you are looking for extra guidance or support on any of your writing or creative endeavors. Our Writing Center team holds 40-minute appointments, two days per week via Zoom. They are also available on an appointment basis if weekly times conflict with your course schedules. Visit this page to learn more about our Writing Center Consultants and sign up for a meeting today!
The Seattle School Policy requires that assignments be formatted in accordance with standards of APA or Chicago Turabian style for student papers unless otherwise designated by the instructor. This page serves as your guide to ensure your paper fulfills these formatting requirements.
Correct citations are hugely important at The Seattle School. Your papers will need to give credit to all research (article, book, website, etc) sources in accordance with APA or Chicago Turabian styles. Please access the appropriate page to learn more about the requirements and nuances of each style guide.
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org