During the Fall and Spring semesters, WRC consultants will offer campus writers both real-time online appointments and asynchronous writing review, or eTutoring. All appointments will be conducted through the WRC Scheduling Software. Please visit our online consulting page for instructions and guidelines on both real time consulting and eTutoring.
The WRC will close for the winter break on Friday, December 11. We will reopen with limited hours on Monday, January 11 for the January session, and we will resume our full schedule in early February. We wish everyone a safe holiday season!
Writing Resource Center Writing Resource Center (WRC) provides support for writers across the university. We offer in-house programming, such as general campus workshops and student/ faculty writing groups, and we conduct classroom visits and writing-oriented programs across campus. Our writing consultants provide individualized, hands-on instruction specific to each writer’s goals. We encourage visits from writers at any stage of the writing process, from understanding contexts for writing and interpreting assignment prompts, to organizing and revising ideas. And, we work with all campus writers, including undergraduate students working on course assignments, graduate students working on theses and dissertations, post-doctoral and faculty writers composing grant applications and specialized genres, and staff members working on personal and professional projects.
WRC Instruction helps writers to:
• Articulate their ideas clearly and persuasively
• Understand the choices available to them within various academic genres
• Understand their own writing processes
• Recognize and to value the collaborative nature of writing
The Writing Center is located in Bellflower Hall. We also have satellite locations in Nord Hall, Room 202, the first floor of Kelvin Smith Library, and in the SAGES Café on the first floor of Crawford Hall. We also offer online consulting. Click here for directions to any of our locations.