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General Writing & Research Help
Odegaard Writing & Research Center
Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Room 121 | 206.543.2060 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The OWRC offers specialized assistance through all stages of the writing and research process. Whether you need help getting started or would like assistance revising a completed draft--we can help. Open to all members of the UW community in any field of study, make an appointment online or simply drop in.
Student Research Consultations with Librarians
The Student Consultation Service is designed for UW students needing research assistance with course- and degree-related projects and assignments. Meet with a librarian one-on-one to discuss focusing a topic, identifying & evaluating sources, and searching library databases and the Internet effectively. Drop-in at the Research Help desk in the Odegaard Writing & Research Center, or make an appointment. You can also request an appointment with a subject librarian for help on developing a specific topic here
CLUE Evening Drop-in Writing Center
Mary Gates Hall Gateway Center | 206-543-5755
Interdisciplinary, open to all undergraduates. No appointment needed. Just print out what you’ve got, grab your notes, or bring your laptop, and come on over! Staffed by undergraduate and graduate student tutors, we know what your professors want and can help get you there!
Writing Help for Specific Writers
Writing Consultations for Graduate Students
Research Commons, Allen Library South
"...specifically targeted for writers working on long-term projects. Sessions are exclusively drop-in, and in consideration of the extended scope of the work, can last up to an hour and a half. This service is staffed by graduate tutors who offer writers support, feedback, thoughtful questions and casual, peer-to-peer conversation."
Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity Instructional Center
1307 NE 40th, Room 240 | 206-543-5425
Services available only to low-income, first-generation and disabled University of Washington students. Focus is primarily on the stages of the writing process.
Writing Help for Specific Disciplines
Writing Help at UW-Tacoma & UW-Bothell