Make An Appointment

The University Writing Commons is now closed. We will reopen September 5th for the Fall 2017 semester. 

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The University Writing Commons works with you at any stage of the writing process. We are located in 3 different sites for easy access to writing support — Health & Learning Center, Inclusion and Multicultural Services, and Cline Library. 

Look here for our tips on how your 30-minute session can be most productive.

To receive feedback on your writing, you can: 

Make a One-Time Appointment     Walk-InMake a One-Hour Appointment
Needs-based appointments are 30-minute sessions with a Writing Assistant. Book a one-time session online or go in person to one of our locations and a student assistant will help you make an appointment. Walk-ins are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Check-in with our student assistant.

Please follow this link and fill out the form.* 


* If you are working on a writing project that you believe may require an hour-long appointment or a series of appointments with a Writing Assistant, please follow this link and fill out the form. The Writing Commons Coordinator will be in touch with you within three business days. Please note that this form works best with Chrome or Firefox.**
** Given high level of interest in this service, the average wait for a 1-hour appointment is two weeks.


Our Locations & Times for F17

Day     Location     Times
Monday-Thursday      Health & Learning Center (Green Scene Café, 3rd Floor)     9am-Noon      
 Skyview*  9am-Noon
 Cline Library (2nd Floor, Room 240)9am-5pm
FridayCline Library (2nd Floor, Room 240)9am-1pm
*Check back for more information.

Faculty Notes

We are very happy to work with your students in the UWC. Successful sessions depend on student willingness to take an active role in shaping their documents through revision and editing feedback. Students who are required to attend our sessions or come for extra credit are often disinterested and do not benefit from the UWC. Therefore, we will not sign attendance verifications. 

We also provide feedback on writing assignments, writing expectations in course descriptions, and in-class writing activities from a student perspective. Contact us and make an appointment for a session in the Commons!


Subject: Faculty Feedback

See our Faculty Resources link for more information.