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Claremont Lincoln University

Student Center


Writing Center

These resources on graduate level writing, APA formatting, issues of academic integrity, research, and Capstone information support students and faculty members in preparing Claremont Lincoln University students to excel in communicating their ideas and leadership as they participate in positive social change.

Resources for Success

These modules include every kind of resource students will need during their time at CLU: financial aid forms, Canvas user guides, contact information for the Writing Coach and Professional Coach, information about VitalSource and the library, where to look for instructor feedback, and tips for being a successful student. These resources also include links, downloadables, tutorials, and videos from CLU faculty and staff.

Capstone Lab

As the final and culminating course in a student’s degree program, the Capstone Project provides learners the opportunity to demonstrate the integration of the program and institutional learning outcomes through a project in their professional capacity.
The planning for this course begins at the program's outset, continues through the evolution of learning, and culminates with the student being fully prepared to implement the project during the Capstone course. The specific content in the student’s degree program provides a foundation for the research and study of this project. Students integrate their program content, knowledge, skills, abilities, and professional experience to demonstrate how they learned to be more effective leaders for values-based, measurable, positive change.

Calendar of Events


Tuesday Tips


CLU Writing Hour: LIVE


Our Success Tip and Open Discussion Webinars are offered every Tuesday (except for holidays). Select a date and time that works for you! Each week, different tips will be share.  Come and stay as often as you’d like. The first 15-20 minutes will consist of a Study Tip, and the rest of the session is an Open Office Hour, where we can engage in a discussion of the participant's choice.

Upcoming Sessions

  • Stay Motivated (September 21 at 4 PM Pacific)
  • Stay Organized (September 28 at 2 PM Pacific)
  • Minimize Useless Distractions (October 5 at 4 PM Pacific)
  • Find a Few Quiet Locations (October 12 at 2 PM Pacific)
  • Study in Small Chunks (October 19 at 4 PM Pacific)

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Welcome all students!

Let’s dig into your Week 1 Discussion Board post or anything you’re working on—and succeed! In this monthly 45-minute session, Dr. Stephanie Varnon-Hughes will provide coaching and support for:

  • New students working on their first discussion board post
  • All students working on assignments
  • Capstone Lab planning, writing, and questions
  • Professional writing projects
  • Questions about APA, citations, plagiarism
  • Any writing blocks or anxiety!

Bring your writing prompt, open a Word document, and collaborate with Dr. VH to start writing, polish your writing, or make sure you have a great piece ready to post. All questions big and small welcome and celebrated!

Dates and Times:

  • September 28 at 5 PM Pacific
  • November 2 at 5 PM Pacific
  • November 30 at 5 PM Pacific

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