Free Writing Support…
…in every major, in every class, from the day you arrive until the day you graduate.
Our mission is to provide timely, theoretically grounded, and pedagogically sound writing programs and resources for the campus community.
What can you learn?
Regular visits to the Writing Center will help you
- identify and discuss current challenges in your writing,
- develop your critical and creative thinking skills,
- develop a language for talking about writing and ideas,
- see growth trends in your writing style and skills over time, and
- build confidence in your writing and independence as a writer.
Even just hanging out in the writing center when you study puts you in proximity to other people working with ideas, language, and style, as well as resources that will help you grow as a writer and thinker.
How do we assist?
The Writing Center provides help in a variety of areas, including
- one-to-one consultations in reading and writing, held face-to-face or online
- group consultations in reading and writing, held face-to-face
- workshops and presentations for classes and student groups
- writing fellows for specific class support (by professor request)
in these contexts, we will help you
- understand assignments
- learn about the writing process (invention, drafting, revision and editing)
- discover the Global Issues in writing (audience, purpose, thesis, organization, development, introduction and conclusion)
- address Local Issues in writing (grammar, mechanics, spelling and punctuation)
- integrate and document sources (APA, CMS, MLA, etc.)
- prepare professional writing (résumés, cover letters, and personal statements), and
- explore Writing in the Disciplines and Writing Across the Curriculum.
Come visit us to learn more. Wherever you are as a writer, we’ll meet you there!
Writing Center Hours
The Writing Center offers support Fall, Spring, and Summer I & II terms.
Academic Year hours:
- Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Sunday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Saturday, closed
- Monday through Thursday TBA
- afternoons and evenings
- online and face-to-face
“I have found the undergraduate tutors, graduate fellows and directors of the Writing Center to be engaging, knowledgeable,and helpful. This is a wonderful resource for students and community members.”
‘Armed With New Skills’
“I always feel like I walk out of the center with not only clarification about a particular writing issue, but also armed with new skills or approaches that will help improve my skills as a writer.”
Register for an Account
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Schedule an Appointment
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