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The New York University Writing Center

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Greetings! The Writing Center is now open for the fall 2018 semester.

To reserve an appoint, click on the "Register for an account" link to the left. Once you register, you can login, reserve an appointment up to 2 weeks in advance, and meet with a faculty consultant or senior tutor at a time that works well for you.

We are open Monday - Thursday, 10am to 8pm and Friday, 11am - 4pm. The Writing Center will close for the fall semester on Friday, December 14th.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Announcing Writing Center Sentence Clarity Workshops
Want to work on clarity, correctness, or sentence "flow" in your writing? Join one of our small group Sentence Clarity Workshops! An EWP faculty member will teach strategies for proofreading and improving sentence structure, with additional time to apply what you've learned to your own writing or draft. This workshop is open to all writers, though space is limited. 

Sentence Clarity Workshops will be held in the Writing Center on the 4th Floor of 411 Lafayette in conference room 440. Sign up below: 

Wednesday, September 26, 6:00 to 7:00 pm Sign up here

Wednesday, September 26, 4:00 to 5:00 pm Sign up here

Monday, October. 8th, 6:00 to 7:00 pm Sign up here

ARC Writing Workshops

Time: 3:30-4:45 pm

Place: Academic Resource Center

           18 Washington Place, room TBA


Dates and Topics (tentative):

September 17 and 25: Writing a Clear Sentence

Mon., Oct 1 & Tues., Oct. 23: Writing an effective paragraph

Mon., Oct. 15 & Tues., Nov. 6: Crafting an analytic claim


Come to one or more of these writing workshops with writing that you would like to work on. You will be guided through strategies to improve your writing skills and then, with the support of a writing consultant, apply those strategies to your own writing. 


These workshops are designed with undergraduate international or multilingual students in mind, but all NYU students are welcome.


Topics and dates are tentative, and space is limited. You MUST RSVP to reserve your spot and confirm workshop details. To RSVP or for further information, contact 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.