Writing Center

Writing Center



Attention:

Welcome back students!

The Drop-In Writing Center is now open.

Hours

Sunday-Wednesday 3:30-5:30pm and 7-11pm

Thursdays 3:30-5:30pm and 7-9pm

Closed Fridays and Saturdays

 

The Writing Center accepts pre-scheduled appointments during 9-11pm shifts Sunday-Wednesday (CLICK HERE to schedule). Appointments are not required--you may drop by without prior notice. If you encounter difficulties using the online appointment-scheduling system, please EMAIL or call the Assistant Director of the Writing Center.

To meet with a tutor if you haven't made an appointment, simply walk into the Center, and you will be greeted by a tutor.   

Tutors: CLICK HERE to log-in to the Writing Center Computer Program.

Writing is thinking: when students improve their writing, they are also improving their critical thinking and reading skills.

Therefore, writing is an integral part of the learning experience, and our programs, which serve students and faculty from all disciplines, see writing as an on-going process.

About the Drop-In Center

About First-Year Seminar Writing Assistants

     About Writing Mentors

      About Writing Associates

Writing Center

Brian Borosky
Assistant Director of the Writing Center
Writing and Information Consultation Center, Trexler Library
Phone: (484) 664-3276

David Rosenwasser and Jill Stephen
Co-Directors of the Writing Program & the Writing Center


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