The Writing Center will be open for online and in-person consultations this fall.
For more detail about how online or in-person appointments work, see (Fall overview)
We are also offering a range of new and expanded resources. See (resources). These resources include online group consultations, a weekly virtual Writer’s Cafe, and a blog offering writing tips, written by Writing Center consultants and Center for Writing Excellence directors.
The Writing Center is offering online, real-time appointments in summer. Students can make appointments as usual via http://elon.mywconline.com and meet with a consultant via video and text chat. Appointments will be available Monday-Friday and all appointments will be scheduled for eastern standard time.
Located in Belk Library, Elon University’s Writing Center provides direct support to individuals or groups. Members of the Elon community—students, staff, faculty, and community members—are encouraged to visit the Writing Center with all of their writing projects, including academic writing, professional writing, personal writing, and extra-curricular writing. The Writing Center strives to be a welcoming and non-judgmental place where all writers, regardless of experience or expertise, can work with a peer to improve their writing.
You can come to The Writing Center at any stage of the writing process–from beginning to understand the assignment or project, to notes, to a rough draft, or even a final draft. All types of writing are encouraged, from traditional academic essays to mixed-media projects such as research posters, slideshow presentations, or even videos. Consultants can help you brainstorm, organize, plan, cite, revise, or develop proofreading techniques—and more!
Approximately 40 Writing Center consultants, all highly-trained undergraduate students, are eager to work with you. You can make an appointment with our online scheduling system, or just drop-by without an appointment.
Dr. Julia Bleakney is the director of the Writing Center.