Fall 2015

M, T, W                9am-9pm

Th, F                    9am-5pm

Sunday evening     6pm-9pm

NO STAFFING Sunday evening 10/11 or Monday daytime, 9-5, due to fall holiday.

Email Jane Weber for more information or to schedule an appointment: jlweber@plymouth.edu. Please note: Email checked on weekdays only.





Tips for Visitors

  • Make an appointment if you can, but don’t hesitate to just stop by.
  • If you are working on a paper, consider visiting twice: once early on and again when polishing up the final draft.
  • Sign up for a weekly appointment with a consultant you like working with.

What you may want to bring to the Writing Center:

  • An idea of what you would like to work on
  • An assignment sheet (if you were given one)
  • Relevant books, readings, or research
  • Feedback from an instructor or other readers
  • Previous drafts of writing you are working on
  • Disk, memory stick, or your laptop
  • A willingness to work and learn

What to keep in mind:

  • You don’t need to have a paper to visit. We can help you brainstorm, create outlines, maps or webs, or just talk about ideas.
  • We will work with you at any stage of your writing, from brainstorming a topic to polishing a final draft.
  • You can come with any kind of reading from any course.
  • You can drop in, call ahead and make appointments that fit your schedule, or make regular weekly appointments!


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“I realized that the Writing Center is more convenient and easy to access than I had initially thought. Its location in the library makes it an easy choice for me.”
– Ryan Connors


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“Writers write to learn, to explore, to discover, to hear themselves saying what they do not expect to say.”
– Donald Murray