Write Here, Right Now

Welcome to the KU Writing Center

Writers need feedback, sounding boards, and other people to coach and guide them while they compose. That's where the KU Writing Center comes in. It's a place for productive talk about writing, with trained peer consultants to help you brainstorm, draft or edit your writing. View our Mission and Diversity Statements, or read our 2013-2014 Annual Report (pdf).

News


KU Writing Center is hiring for Fall 2015. These are the position with links to KU Jobs:

Office Assistant
https://employment.ku.edu/student/3098br

Undergraduate Consultant
https://employment.ku.edu/student/3097br

Graduate Consultant
https://employment.ku.edu/student/3099br

Register for the summer Graduate Research/Write-In at the Lawrence campus on June 20.

Interested in graduate writing groups? Check out our updated webpage for more info!

All Writing Center Roosts will close on Thursday May 7th, at 8pm.

Events


Apr 02
Grant Writing Workshop
12:00 pm
Apr 11
Graduate Research/Write-In
10:00 am
Apr 18
Graduate Research/Write-In
10:00 am
View events: Upcoming


Quick Question?

Not sure how to cite a source in a particular style? Want to double-check punctuation in a sentence?    Ask a writing consultant! Allow 24 hours for a response.

Do you have a question about the Writing Center or our services? E-mail us.

"As better revisers, we are better writers." Check out Rachael Cayley's suggestions for sequencing your revision and learn to "think of revision as a craft." http://explorationsofstyle.com/2014/12/18/the-craft-of-revision/
The Craft of Revision
All academic writers have some sort of revision process, but that process is often either insufficient (just nibbling around the edges) or...

"As better revisers, we are better writers." Read Rachael Cayley's suggestions for sequencing your revision process: http://t.co/vf8vkICLpa


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