The Writing Studio
Face-to-Face sessions are available for Undergraduate students.
Face-to-Face and Online sessions are available for Graduate students.
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We empower writers to meet their writing goals.
Location and Hours
The Writing Studio is located on the first floor of the new Student Success Center (in the Mowrey Hall building adjacent to Reisner Dining Hall) within the large Learning Center room.
The Graduate Writing Studio Office is located on the first floor of the new Student Success Center (in Mowrey Hall to the left, up the stairs) in Office 105.
Fall and Spring Hours
Sunday: 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Only online writing tutoring is offered during the winter term. To make an appointment for a winter course, click the Online and Off-Campus Students tab.
How to Make an Appointment
Visit the Graduate Students tab to electronically schedule a face-to-face or online consultation.
Online and Off-Campus Students
Visit the Online and Off-Campus Students tab to electronically schedule an online consultation.
Frequency of Appointments
A student is welcome to schedule up to 2 appointments per week.
To ensure we are able to meet with as many student as possible, students are not permitted to schedule more than one session for a single class in one day.
Spring 2019 Tutors
Click here to view their bios.
Writing Studio Bulletins
Stay informed about what's going on at the Writing Studio!
What Writers Say About Us
- "The writing center services have helped me to improve my writing a lot, so I would recommend them to my friends to benefit from these services.”
- "I was nervous to have someone read my work but [my tutor] made the environment supportive and friendly."
- "The tutoring sessions are very effective. My writing continues to improve with every session."
- "I feel more confident now to turn in my finished paper."
- "…Even strong writers can benefit from using this resource."
- "Amazing. I was able to have a clear mind and see things that I didn't take notice to when I was reading it over by myself."