Summer 2014 Writing Consultations by E-Mail!
During the summer semester, writers on and off campus can obtain advice regarding their manuscript only through e-mail consultation. No in-person appointments are possible! A paper may be in any stage of the writing process and writers may submit as often as they like. A writing consultant will read the manuscript and offer an overview of the text's strengths and weaknesses. Comments will be available as soon as possible, normally as follows:
1-5 pages: Up to 2 business days
6-10 pages: Up to 3 business days
Over 10 pages: Up to 5 business days
For more information, including how to submit, please visit the E-Mail Consultation page.
OUR MISSION: Empowering Success through Improved Writing Skills
The Writing Center is a welcoming place for you to gain advice on any writing assignment regardless of the course or topic. Whether you are just beginning an assignment or are in the final stages of a project, we can help! Undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty use this free academic support service to workshop papers for their academic courses, creative writing, speeches, presentations, course syllabi, and articles intended for publication. It is the Writing Center’s philosophy that improved writing skills lead to educational and professional success in college and beyond.
Please visit the "Scheduling an Appointment" page to book your appointment in advance using our new online system. However, no appointment is necessary...simply walk in the door during our regular business hours to be seen on a first come, first served basis during the fall and spring semesters. Writing consultations are free! One session per day is allowed.
Group Papers: Please note that the Writing Center consultants cannot edit papers; thus, all group members must be present in order for the session to proceed. Please book your appointments in advance! Should you have any questions, please contact the director under the Contact Us link.
LOCATION: 1st Floor of Meyer Library - in the Bear CLAW (Center for Learning and Writing)