For several years now, I have students write lab reports in calculus I, II and differential equations. The set of directions given to students on what to include in the lab report were ones that I created. Every semester, students would ask follow up questions on what to include in their document. Students constantly missed points for missing information/data or not being detailed enough. This past semester, I decided to see if chemistry faculty had a lab report template, and they do! So, Dr. Fiona Lihs shared the template with me and it was given to students to use in my courses this semester. All three courses had a huge drop in number of questions that I would receive, and all lab reports have key information/details I have been looking for these past several years. (B average to an A average on reports). Another pro to using this template is that now students will see the lab report structure in two different subject areas, and this in return helps students make an easier transition from math to chemistry. A few students have already informed me that seeing the template in math and chemistry this semester has helped them with their writing skills in science classes.