Writing Center

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In-person or Zoom Online Sessions Monday-Friday

Online Zoom Sessions Sat & Sun (12:30pm to 6pm)

We consult with you one-on-one about any kind of writing, at any stage.

All sessions are 45 minutes. Just come see us in person or meet us on Zoom.

We can help you with reviewing assignments, brainstorming, getting started, expanding ideas, revising early drafts, crafting your thesis, organizing and outlining, adding power and style, using/citing sources, and reviewing strategies for editing and proofreading.

Our main goal is to help you to become a stronger and more confident writer.


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What to Expect at a Session:

  • You should come to the session, whether in-person or virtual, with the writing assignment prompt and any work that you’ve done so far. This might include an outline, a brainstorm, or a rough draft.
  • Once the session begins, the tutor will work with you to form a plan about what to focus on during the session.
  • Please note that tutors do not provide editorial services. In other words, the tutor will not simply correct your paper for you but will instead work with you collaboratively to improve your writing skills.
  • By the end of the session, you should have a better grasp of the writing assignment and a sense of direction for moving forward. At this time, you will also be able to schedule a follow-up appointment for additional tutoring support.

By request, tutors can visit classrooms to provide brief informational presentations and discussions. A tutor visit typically takes the form of one or more of the following:

  • An overview of the services provided at the WC.
  • A brief presentation/discussion about a specific writing issue – such as pre-writing, research strategies/resources, citations, etc. – that is especially relevant to what the students are working on in the class or that they have been struggling with.
  • Targeted assistance with a specific writing assignment for the class.

Training resources for Consultants can be found here.

For more information you can also contact:

Matt Kendrick, Director and Associate Professor Of English

Tracey Pletz, Coordinator 

124 Grant Hall

300 Pompton Road

Wayne, New Jersey 07470