August 2015 hours will be weekdays 9am-5pm.
Email Jane Weber for more information or to schedule an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: Email checked on weekdays only.
We are here to help you with any writing – academic, creative, or professional – and we are ready to work with you at any stage in your writing process: brainstorming, drafting, outlining, incorporating research, formatting citations, addressing surface errors, and more.
No. Walk-ins are welcome. However, we do get busy, so consider making an appointment if you are required by your instructor to visit the Center or if you want to be sure someone is waiting to help you.
Not necessarily; many students visit without having made any preparations. Others find it helpful to gather materials that would help, like research, rubrics, assignment sheets, or lecture notes.
The Writing Center is on the lower level of Lamson. Descend the stairs across from the Information Desk. As you enter the lower level, the cafe is on your right. However, you will turn left and look for us at the end of the long aisle. We are next door to the PASS office.
No, but we will help you identify errors, and we will work with you so that you can proofread your own papers.
Yes. We have plenty of resources available to help you format your work using APA, MLA, ASA, and Chicago style.
That depends on the kind of paper you’re working with. However, most conferences take between twenty and sixty minutes.
Yes. We are happy to work with writers from any discipline.
“I usually do not re-read my papers too thoroughly, but this time we broke it down from paragraph to paragraph. This allowed me to look at smaller sections and maintain my focus.”
– Bubba Miller
“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.”
– Joseph Addison