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  2. Appointment Policies
  3. Appointment Schedule
  4. Contact information
  5. Hiring Process for Tutors
  6. Mission and Objectives
  7. Online Tutoring
  8. Orientation Request (faculty only)
  9. Read-to-Write Books
  10. Resources for Faculty
  11. Resources for Students
  12. Staff List
  13. A Typical Session's Set-up
  14. Workshop Information

Workshop Details

Because of dwindling workshop attendance over the last two years, the writing center no longer offers out-of-class workshops. However, if you're a faculty member who'd like to request that we conduct a workshop in your class (during your class time), please contact either Prof. Julie Moore, Director of the Writing Center, or Prof. Isaac Mayeux, Assistant Director of the Writing Center. They will discuss whether they can meet your request. The following is the list of possible in-class workshops they or the writing center tutors could offer in your class(es): 

  • How to Write a Literature Review
  • How to Use MLA or APA or Turabian Style
  • How to Write Concisely
  • How to Read Closely

You also could request we cover another topic. However, we are limited in the types and frequency of in-class workshops we can offer because of our own class and meeting schedules. You will have a better chance requesting workshops on other topics if you make your request in the first three weeks of the semester and give us at least a month of lead time. That way, we can plan ahead and work with each others' schedules. 

As always, we can assist all your students one-to-one in our tutoring sessions during our normal hours: MWF 1-5 p.m.; T/R 12:30-5 p.m.; Sundays 7-9 p.m.; and M-R 7-11 p.m. 

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Workshop Videos