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541-917-4780 to schedule an appointment
Office: T101-- check in at reception desk
Office Hours:
Mon. by appointment
Tue. by appointment
Wed. by appointment
Thur. 11-11:50 in Takena 101
Fri. 11-11:50 in WH 225

Virgil Agnew – Developmental Studies

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  "Worrying works! 90% of the things I worry about never happen."

I am a faculty member in the English and Writing Department and the Advising Center. To schedule an advising appointment, please scroll down for more information or click here.

My training is in English and developmental studies with an emphasis in developmental writing. Developmental studies prepares students for success in college through individualized support in the Learning Center and writing courses that help students

Check out the following links for information about study strategies and writing resources: OSU Academic Success CenterGuides and Strategies Website, Time Management, Guide to Grammar & Writing, Purdue Online Writing Lab, Grammar Bytes, Run-on, Fragment Exercises and More Elements of Style, More OSU Resources, and ELL Resources


If you are looking for information about textbooks and other required materials, please go to the LBCC Bookstore.


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Scheduling an Advising Appointment

You can schedule an advising appointment by clicking here, but be sure to use your LBCC student email address and check to make sure the time zone in your computer calendar is set to GMT Pacific Time. If you do not see a time that works with your schedule, please call the Advising Center to schedule an appointment.

You can also schedule an appointment by calling the Advising  Center at (541) 917-4780.

My advising office is located on the Albany campus in Takena Hall, 101. When you arrive for your appointment, please check in at the Reception desk, which will let me know you are here to see me.

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"It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into." Jonathan Swift 

"If people cannot write well, they cannot think well, and if they cannot think well, others will do their thinking for them."  -- George Orwell

“A sentence is both the opportunity and limit of thought--what we have to think with and what we have to think in.” -- Wendell Berry




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