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Lilly Library

The best resource is close to home! Take advantage of online books, magazines, and journals to assist with writing assignments. You can also renew books, reserve space, request a research appointment, and chat with a librarian!

For specific help with citations, academic integrity, and research, check outĀ theĀ Lilly Library citation guide.

Center for Career and Community Engagement

Earlham's Center for Career and Community Engagement is an invaluable resource right here at Earlham. The CCCE offers students the opportunity to make an appointment to meet one-on-one with a Career Adviser. The CCCE also provides resources on resume and CV building, writing cover letters and personal statements, searching for internships and jobs, applying for fellowships/scholarships, and more. Select the title to view CCCE's website or visit the office in The Heart of LBC.

Peer Tutoring

Sometimes, the help you need on your writing is connected to the content of the course, not just the writing involved. When you have questions about the content of a course, your professor or TA may be the best resource, or there might be peer tutoring sessions available for that course.

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