Assistance is available at any stage of the writing process, from understanding the assignment to looking at the revised draft.
You can get help with developing the thesis or main idea, organizing or developing the ideas, the bibliography, grammatical issues or any other writing concerns.
For free, face-to-face 50-minute sessions, visit http://ohio.mywconline.com. Once a registered user, you can see and schedule an appointment up to a week in advance.
What to bring with you:
During walk-in hours, writing assistance is first-come, first-served.
However, there may not be a tutor working all of these listed hours.
Residential students may submit a paper by clicking here.
Students should expect to see their papers within 2-3 days after they are submitted. Papers submitted on Friday may not be returned with comments until the following Tuesday or Wednesday.
For the second issue of The Brain: An Undergraduate Journal of Writing (sponsored by the Student Writing Center), we would like to publish undergraduate essays that focus on the environment. Majors or courses representative of the areas we are publishing include Environmental Studies, Environmental Health Sciences, Environmental Geography, Environmental Geology, Environmental Biology, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental and Plant Biology as well as Writing about Environmental Sustainability. If you have written or will be writing a paper on any aspect of the environment, we would like to read it. We publish papers that are already completed. Please submit your paper digitally as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 1, 2017.
The SWC is fully staffed at this time.
However, if you are interested in a tutoring position and would like your application to be on file, please email a resume, cover letter with references, and a 10-15 page writing sample (which can be a combination of essays) to email@example.com.
If you are an instructor and would like to recommend a student as a possible writing tutor, please email us applicable information.
For more information about the Student Writing Center, contact Candace Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740.593.2646, or visit the SWC in the Learning Commons area on Alden Library's second floor.