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*Please Note: As of Friday, November 3rd, we are taking a limited number of advanced graduate student appointments. Once we reach our cap, we will unfortunately have to delete your appointment. An email will be sent to inform you of the deletion. You are more than welcome to come use the walk-in system at any time. *Please note: the cap has been reached for the weeks of December 4th and 11th. Any additional graduate appointments made during those weeks will be cancelled.

The Writing Center opens for the fall semester on Monday, September 11th. The fall schedule is now available, so once you register and login, you can reserve an appointment up to two weeks in advance. We look forward to seeing you!

Also, please be aware of these upcoming free workshops:

Free Sentence Clarity Workshop:
Want to work on clarity, correctness, or sentence "flow" in your writing? Join one of our small group Sentence Clarity Workshops! You will learn strategies for proofreading and improving sentence structure with instructors from the EWP writing faculty, and apply what you've learned to your own piece of writing.


Tuesday, November 7, 6-7pm
Monday, November 13, 5-6pm

These workshops will take place at 411 Lafayette, 4th floor, Room 440.


Writing Workshop: How to Write a Good Paragraph

Do you sometimes have trouble writing effective paragraphs? Come to our Writing Workshop! You will be guided through strategies to construct a good paragraph and then have an opportunity to work with a writing consultant as you use those strategies to revise a draft of your current writing. This workshop is designed with undergraduate international or multilingual students in mind, but all students are welcome.

Time: 3:30-4:45pm

Date: Tuesday, November 7th

Place: The Academic Resource Center, 18 Washington Place, Room LL05

Bring your laptop or paper and pen, together with some writing that you would like to work on.

To RSVP or for further information, email Andrea White Rock, CAS Assistant Director of Writing Tutorials (

To be sure that you understand our policies, please read the Writing Center Pledge below. Please also see our webpage to learn more about how we will work with you:

**Please note: Students are allowed a maximum of 6 appointments per semester. Also, students will not be able to print at the Writing Center.