Writing & Speaking Center

University Writing & Speaking Center

The University Writing & Speaking Center is offering asynchronous and synchronous online consultations.

Remote services available

How to book an asynchronous appointment

How to book a synchronous appointment

Asynchronous support will provide marginal comments and an overall letter of feedback. Synchronous support will have options for chat only or video real-time discussions. 

Available:

  • Mon.-Fri.: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Sun.: Noon-4 p.m.

Zoom workshops

Periodically scheduled Zoom workshops will be available to help students navigate projects this semester.

The University Writing & Speaking Center supports:

  • Writers at all levels
  • Work at any stage of writing from development to completion
  • Academic, professional, personal, community, and creative projects
  • Written, visual, oral, digital, and mixed media 'texts'

Need help revising?

View our Higher Order Concerns and Lower Order Concerns resource to learn what is most important during revising. 

Grant writing & research proposal resources At the University Writing & Speaking Center, we offer services dedicated to grant and research writing to help get you through every step of the writing process.
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Portfolio workshop Are you ready to workshop your portfolio? Make your work the best it can be with a little help from our consultants.
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Online consultation We now offer online asynchronous (email) and synchronous (live chat) consultations for all available time slots.
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Graduate student resources The UWSC offers graduate students two options for one-on-one appointments: our general schedule or our Graduate Schedule.
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Challenge stereotypes through respectful conversation with others. Create understanding through dialogue.

Volunteers act as "books" in the Human Library. These books can be checked out by "readers", at which point they engage in conversations and share stories of diversity and hardship openly. Readers are encouraged to ask questions freely, and to get honest answers in return.

Learn more about Human Library events

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