Faculty are invited to visit the Writing Center and work with a trained undergraduate consultant on their own professional or personal writing.
In addition, the Writing Center offers the following services in support of faculty teaching writing in their own courses:
One-on-one .45-minute writing consultations with a trained peer tutor. Please remind your students to bring their assignment handout to their session and that they can now make appointments through our online scheduling software.
Faculty will receive a Report when one of their students visits the Writing Center (with student approval of course; students may ask that this Report not be sent). These Reports are valuable because they inform faculty when a student has taken the time to visit the WC as well as the writing issues/features that the student discussed with a consultant.
- Writing Center Statement to include in syllabi
An "Introduction to the Writing Center" presentation, describing the WC's consulting philosophy, resources, and services. Presentations are given by consultants. You may request an "Introduction" at any point in the term (at the start of the semester, when beginning a new writing project, when encouraging students to revise, etc.)
Online writing resources, including documentation handouts
Anonymous Assignment Critique (coming soon)
Please contact Dr. Paula Rosinski (firstname.lastname@example.org), Writing Center Director, with questions or Avery McGaha (email@example.com) , Lead Consultant, to set up an “Introduction to the Writing Center” presentation (please include the name/number of your class, number of students, location, time, and several potential dates for our visit).