- Basic Writing Tips
- Grammar and Punctuation
- Thesis Statements
- How to Organize a Paper
- Using Sources in Academic Writing
- Editing and Proofreading
- The Basics of Chicago Style
- How to Write An Exegesis Paper
- How to Critically Engage
Our Academic Program Coordinator, Khelen Kuzmovich, is available to assist with writing tips, reading strategies, study skills, time management, and more. She can meet with students throughout the week in person, on the phone, over Zoom, or through email. Each student also will receive an invitation to enroll in the “Div Academic Coaching and Support” Canvas course, which contains academic skills resources for students to access at any time.
Typically, you should allow up to 48 hours for papers and projects to be reviewed.
Submit written assignments as a Google doc. Always include the assignment instructions as given by the instructor and what kind of help you are seeking.
Please use the resources available below to self-edit and proofread your paper before submitting it.
If you need a weekend appointment or for a paper to be read over the weekend, you must let the Academic Program Coordinator know by 12 noon on Friday.
Each student has access to a premium Grammarly account through the Divinity School. Grammarly offers suggestions to make your written work more dynamic, concise, and technically correct. Email Khelen for more information.