Located in the northeast corner of the Wave Convention Center, adjacent to the administrative offices, the WLC Library offers students, faculty, and staff a quiet place to read, study, conduct research, and write. Computers are available for student use, and wi-fi is available with a WLC password. The library is open during regular business hours. Circulation desk hours vary from semester to semester and are posted in the library. Materials may be checked out at other times through the administrative offices. Currently enrolled students, faculty and staff members, as well as their spouses, may borrow materials during regular circulation desk hours. To contact our librarian: Sasha Matthews, please dial 757-401-6129 or email email@example.com.
Wave Leadership College is committed to helping students flourish not only while enrolled as a student, but in the months and years to follow. The WLC Professional and Academic Development Office is designed to provide information and guidance on the steps necessary to reach academic and career goals. This service is open to full-time students, part-time students, and alumni.
Each Wave Leadership College student is assigned an Academic Advisor. Advisors are available for regular meetings, as needed, to discuss time management, give class schedule advice, provide prayer and guidance, and offer encouragement.
The Writing Center is available for student use for a variety of purposes. Any WLC student may contact the Writing Center for an appointment to aid in thesis development, help with an outline, paper concept support, reviewing drafts, assistance with Turabian formatting, and/or any other writing assistance they may need. The writing center is open to full-time students, part-time students, and alumni. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment with the Writing Center.
For guidance on conducting primary and secondary research, consult with a WLC Library staff member, or visit the Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL). The WLC Library contains a variety of print and online resources.
Writing & Citing
Unless an instructor advises otherwise, the preferred formatting style for all WLC research papers is Turabian (Chicago Manual of Style). The WLC Library contains several copies of Kate L. Turabian’s Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (8th edition) which will be helpful for those seeking a detailed listing and explanation of guidelines.