University Writing Center

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Welcome to the University Writing Center!

We are here to help you become a more confident writer by providing individual consultations with expert peer-tutors. We would like to be your writing resource from your freshmen classes through graduate school. We work on papers from all disciplines, not just writing classes. Best of all, the writing center is a free service to students and faculty of the University of Utah. We want to help you develop strategies to make you a better writer and help you see your potential as an academic author. You can also join us on Facebook: University of Utah Writing Center!

Undergraduate Writing Center will open for Summer term on May 19, 2014

The Marriott Library Writing Center is located on the 2nd floor

Summer Semester Hours:
May 19th - July 31st
Monday - Thursday   10 am - 3 pm


The Writing Center at the SFEBB is located in room 1171

(801) 587.9122

The WC in the SFEBB will be closed until Fall semester 


The Graduate Writing Center is located on the first floor of the Marriott Library in room 1180B. Check on-line schedule for hours

Please access and fill out the security form before coming to the Graduate Writing Center: www.librarysecurity.edu

The Graduate WC will open on May 27th

Summer hours: Monday - Thursday  11 am- 4 pm

Contact:  Ian Anderson at: ianwillandersonwc@gmail.com

 

Faculty Writing Fellow Services:

Faculty and Graduate editing services are available for grants, articles for publication, research proposals and reports. Please contact on the following: 

Zeb Pischnotte at: z.pischnotte@utah.edu

Bethany Bibb at: b.bibb@utah.edu



New Policy for required visits:

Instructors can now verify whether a student has participated in a consultation with one of our tutors.  Students need only request that their tutors stamp their papers with the official Writing Center stamp, and their instructors can use those stamps as proof that their students worked with our tutors.

For privacy reasons we are unable to divulge the details of the session, but we can verify that a student has had a consultation. Thank you for supporting the Writing Center!

 
Last Updated: 8/19/14