Campus Writing Center

Faculty Resources at the Writing Center

In-Center Class Visits


    Bring your entire class to the Campus Writing Center! Each semester, many English and WI instructors arrange to bring their classes to visit the Writing Center during class time. Usually one hour in length, these in-center class visits introduce students to our services and resources, and give students an opportunity to work with a writing tutor on a writing assignment in small groups.

    To request a class visit, complete this faculty class visit request form  and
    e-mail it to Joe Labozzetta. Please include a copy of the assignment that your students will be working on while at the Writing Center.

      **Note: In-center class visits are most effective for your students, and easiest to schedule, when they happen early in the semester. Most importantly, our records show that many students return to the Writing Center on their own for one-on-one tutoring after they have come with a class. If you bring students early in the writing process, they will be ready to come back for assistance on whatever aspect or stage of writing most challenges them.


    Our class visit flyer is available here.


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