Manna University’s Writing Center offers online resources, periodic workshops, and individualized help with writing.
Any student who would like us to review a draft of their paper/project can submit it through the link below at least 4 days before the assignment’s due date.
If your paper is due on a Sunday night, we would need to receive your draft by the previous Wednesday night.
Please note: our Writing Center tutors will review a draft of your paper and reply with guidance and tips on how to improve that project. They will offer coaching to help you optimize your work but will not conduct research or writing for you.
Student Sign-In Required
Before you click the link below: sign into your manna.edu student account and you’ll be all set. 👍
Turabian Student Paper Formatting Tip Sheets Publication Manual, 9th Edition (2018) https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/turabian/Student-Tip-Sheets.html and Manna University Turabian Sample Paper at https://manna.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Manna-U-Example-Turabian-Paper-2021.03.27.pdf
APA Style and Grammar Guidelines as found in APA Publication Manual, 7th Edition (2020) https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/ and APA Sample Papers at https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/paper-format/sample-papers
1. Turabian Student Paper-Formatting Tips
- Turabian citation examples can be found on the Turabian Student Tip Sheets web page. Guidelines are based on A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (9th ed.) by Kate L. Turabian.
- Manna U has created an Example Turabian Paper that shows how to properly format the title page, page numbering, section headings, footnotes (including citing scripture), and the bibliography page. Click the link above to download the PDF file.
2. APA Student Paper-Formatting Tip Sheets
APA citation examples can be found on the APA Style web page. Note that this page’s information is based on APA Publication Manual, 6th Edition (2009) and Style Guide to Electronic References (2012)
3. New Student Orientation Writing Workshop
Sharpening Your Sword: Three Tips for Effective College Writing