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Write, Cite, and Study!

This guide brings you information on research and writing processes; covers several citation styles; and links you to research, writing, citing, studying, and subject resources.

The Learning Commons: WRITING, TUTORING, and WORKSHOPS

The Learning Commons is your link to free academic support! Designed to promote student confidence, its Writing Center, Tutoring, and Academic Success Workshops help with writing, studying, and a range of subjects in one-to-one and group sessions. Whether you are looking to catch up or keep up in your scholastic journey, don't wait--connect with us today!

About Writing and Tutoring Appointments

OPTION 1: TLC's Writing/Tutoring Support

BOOK APPOINTMENTS (In-person/Online) 

Connect with a tutor/writing coach in 3 easy steps.

1. Go to (click 'Schedule an Appointment').
2. Register/log in (bookmark this page).
3. Schedule an appointment (check tutor bios first).

*Schedule appointments on the go! Click here for instructions for mobiles and tablets.


  • In-person: Held on the Northwest Denver Campus
  • Writing Online: Paper Drop-off or Live Chat 
  • Tutoring Online: Skype or Live Chat     
  • Up to 1 hour a day or 3 hours a week; 30 or 60-minute sessions 

For appointment availability, location, length, and format, log into the scheduler for current information.

For a great learning experience,

  • Plan ahead--come early and often.
  • Be specific in your appointment form.
  • Bring the assignment and any relevant course materials.

OPTION 2: Smarthinking

Smarthinking offers free online tutoring to Regis students. Use it when TLC's in-house writing/tutoring is unavailable for writing or in a specific subject/course, or at a convenient time.

Other Handy Resources

¤ Workshops

Students who attend these workshops attest to how useful they are. Attend and see for yourself!

¤ Writing and Citing

   Related help: Research | Résumés & Cover Letters

¤ Studying

¤ Subjects 

¤ Free access to academic guides and tutorials for Regis students: Smarthinking and Atomic Learning.

Learning Space

  • Spacious common area for sessions
  • Sizable study rooms (contact us to reserve for quiet study time)
  • Comfortable seating arrangements
  • Computers, printers, and whiteboards
  • Attentive and experienced staff

The Library: Research and Instruction Department- Contact us for CITATION HELP

Ask Us!

Research Help Desk

1.800.388.2366 x4031

Chat with a Librarian 24x7

Request Research Help

Library Fall Hours

FALL Hours

Monday - Thursday
7:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.

7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m

Purdue OWL Citation Guides

The Online Writing Center (OWL) at Purdue University has an extensive support site for using a variety of citation styles:


Free Citation Generators

The library does not guarantee the citations created by the following services. It is suggested that all citations are thoroughly checked after creation.

EasyBib- Free MLA citation generator.

Mendeley- Free, downloadable "reference manager".
Zotero-  Free, open source tool to help you collect, organize, and cite your research sources.

KnightCite- Maintained by the Heckman Library at Calvin College. Cite in APA, MLA, and Chicago.

UCSU Citation Builder- Created and managed by NCSU Libraries. Cite in APA, MLA, and Chicago.

Reference Management Tools