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On Campus Writing Centers
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!
Odegaard Writing & Research Center
Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Room 121 | 206.543.2060 | email@example.com
Interdisciplinary, open to all members of the UW community, make an appointment online or simply drop in. 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.
Also, in room T-317B in the Health Sciences Library, tutors may be available for drop-ins, but writers are able to sign-up for appointments ahead of time via our sign up page.
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.
You may also request a consultation with a specific subject librarian here
Writing Support Services, Teaching & Learning Center, UW-Tacoma
The TLC can provide writing consultations for any UW Tacoma course that has a writing component. Sessions are collaborative; we work with you to support your ongoing learning of the writing process. We are here to help you improve as a writer, to assist you in clearly expressing your thoughts and ideas.
UW-Bothell Writing and Communication Center
425-352-5253 :: firstname.lastname@example.org :: UW2-124
The Writing and Communication Center (WaCC) supports students of all abilities, at any stage of the reading, writing, or presentation process. Our goal is to help you become a stronger, more confident writer and communicator.
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."
Discipline-based and Specialized Writing Centers
The Speaking Center (Communication Research Mentor Center)
Speaking Center: Mon.-Fri. 9:00am-3:30pm
"...committed to providing students, staff, and the public with advice, guidance, and techniques for success in the field of public speaking and oral communication. Alumni, graduate, and undergraduate students are encouraged to visit the center during its hours of operation for the purposes of speech generation/writing, successful delivery techniques, anxiety reduction, or simply for an unbiased opinion from a trained speech tutor or Department of Communication Teaching Assistant. The center is located on the third floor of the Communications Building in room 222.
Education Writing Center
Miller 407C :: email@example.com
We suggest making an appointment online.
We are a Seattle campus resource for College of Education students, staff and faculty.
Funding & Grant Writing
"GFIS works with current and admitted UW graduate students, helping them identify and locate funding opportunities for graduate school-related expenses including tuition, research, conference and research travel. Students can visit GFIS during drop-in advising hours, schedule individual appointments, or request information by email. Students can also visit the GFIS Funding Resources Guide and blog to learn about campus funding resources, databases, search strategies, and events. GFIS hosts workshops in the Research Commons, and works with UW departments to design discipline-specific workshops and resources for their graduate students."
Graduate Student Writing Consultations
Our writing consultations are 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.
Health Sciences Writing Center
Sessions for Health Sciences graduate and undergraduates, as well as students enrolled in Health Sciences classes. The Health Sciences/OWRC satellite center is located in room T-317B in the Health Sciences Library.
History Writing Center
Smith 020 :: 206-543-5692 :: firstname.lastname@example.org
"The History Writing Center offers half-hour, individual appointments with graduate student tutors who are well versed in the special demands of writing history papers." Open only to History majors, to students enrolled in History courses, and to Evening Degree students. Computer facilities available in conjunction with consultations for editing purposes only
Interdisciplinary Writing Studio
Smith Hall 113B | email@example.com |
The Interdisciplinary Writing Studio offers tutoring sessions for students working on projects in AES, AIS, CHID GEOG, and GWSS. Our tutors have experience writing and tutoring in these departments and can work with you on all aspects of writing and research from brainstorming and planning, through writing and revising. All kinds of projects are welcome: reading responses; reflections; creative pieces; research papers, literature reviews; position statements; fellowship, job, or graduate school applications; and more! We can talk with you about drafts, research strategies, disciplinary expectations, and finding your own voice in writing.
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.
Philosophy Writing Center
Savery 362 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduates writing papers for philosophy courses.
Political Science / Law, Societies, & Justice / Jackson School of International Studies Writing Center
Gowen 111 :: 206-616-3354 :: email@example.com
"...assist[ing] undergraduates with their Political Science, International Studies, or Law, Societies, & Justice writing assignments at any point in the creative process."
Psychology Writing Center
Guthrie Annex 1, Room 142 : firstname.lastname@example.org
We help students to write evidence-based papers in psychology and explain the reasons for writing that way. Tutors are graduate students in psychology.
Sociology Writing Center
Savery 203 :: 206-543-5396 :: email@example.com
"...one-on-one "tutoring" services, primarily through scheduled appointments (45 minutes in length). These appointments are open to all undergraduate students taking sociology courses, are assignment-focused, and are intended to help students with all stages of the writing process. In keeping with our departmental learning objectives, we do not provide editing and proofreading services. However, we may indicate problematic grammatical and stylistic patterns and refer students to online resources."
Undergraduate Excellence in Writing
Library Research Award for Undergraduates
The Research Award is an annual award given to University of Washington undergraduates who demonstrate outstanding library research in the writing or creation of course projects.
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