Image 01Image 02Image 02Image 03Image 04
logo

 

The Writing Center

First visit? Register for an account.
Returning? Log in below.

 

EMAIL ADDRESS:


PASSWORD:


CHOOSE A SCHEDULE:

Check box to stay logged in:

 


 

Having trouble logging in? Reset your password.

Using screen reader software? Access the text-only scheduler.

Receiving unwanted text messages? Remove your cell phone number.

We are now open during the winter break and intersession, offering online-only appointments to all writers.

We are open Monday thru Thursday, 7 - 9 p.m. Make an appointment on our PLC schedule.

 

We are also open on Saturdays from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. For Saturday appointments, make an appointment on our Saturday schedule. 

 

Our face-to-face appointments and regular hours will resume in the spring. 

 


Important Policies 

If you are running late, please give us a call. We will cancel and mark as "no-show" writers who are more than five minutes late.

If you miss two appointments without canceling the appointment or notifying us in advance, your account will be disabled and you will not be allowed to make any more appointments in the Writing Center for the rest of the semester without permission from the Writing Center Director.

Please be advised that all writers are limited to 180 minutes total per week. Our week begins on a Monday and ends the following Sunday. Also, writers are limited to one appointment per day.

For students working on group projects, we strongly encourage all writers who contributed to the document be present for the tutorial. If only one group member attends the tutorial, we can only work on the part of the project that that group member composed. 

Please note our revised mid-term and final exam policy. If we assist you with a take-home mid-term or final exam or with a paper that is part of an exam grade, we MUST notify your instructor via our Client Report Form. 


Important Policies 

Online Tutorials are available only to students who are studying abroad or who are enrolled in the Co-op program, to students in the Professional & Liberal Studies (PLS) program, to students enrolled in online courses or programs, and to graduate students. All other students must appear in person in the Writing Center in order to receive assistance. However, on Saturdays during the regular academic year and during the summer, any student may make an appointment online. 

If you are running late, please give us a call. We will cancel and mark as "no-show" writers who are more than five minutes late.

If you miss two appointments without canceling the appointment or notifying us in advance, your account will be disabled and you will not be allowed to make any more appointments in the Writing Center for the rest of the semester without permission from the Writing Center Director.

Please be advised that all writers are limited to 180 minutes total per week. Our week begins on a Monday and ends the following Sunday. Also, writers are limited to one appointment per day.

For students working on group projects, we strongly encourage all writers who contributed to the document be present for the tutorial. If only one group member attends the tutorial, we can only work on the part of the project that that group member composed. 

Please note our revised mid-term and final exam policy. If we assist you with a take-home mid-term or final exam or with a paper that is part of an exam grade, we MUST notify your instructor via our Client Report Form. 


We can't wait to write with you this semester. 

For specific hours and locations, visit our website.

 


 

Looking for an online appointment? Online Tutorials are available only to students who are studying abroad or who are enrolled in the Co-op program, to students in the Professional & Liberal Studies (PLS) program, to students enrolled in online courses or programs, and to graduate students. All other students must appear in person in the Writing Center in order to receive assistance. If you are able to sit down with us for a face-to-face appointment, that is our recommendation. We, tutors and writers alike, find such sessions to be more effective.

For more information, please visit our website.


 

 

 

 

   

Let's be social!