Getting the word out about the KU Writing Center and its services can sometimes be difficult. Often, students misunderstand the goals and purposes of the Writing Center. A Class Visit orients students to the services provided by the Writing Center in a short 15 minute session conducted by one of our trained staff. Class Visits include information regarding our hours and locations, services (face-to-face, eTutoring and Online consultations), resources, and events.
[Please submit your request at least 1 week prior to your preferred Class Visit date.]
To the left, you will see "Schedule a Class Visit" or click here. There, you will find more information regarding our seasonal restraints as well as a web form to schedule your Class Visit.
Note: Due to our smaller summer operations, we have a limited ability to provide Class Visits during the summer. If you have questions about how the writing center can support your summer course, please email us.
In-Class Workshops provide specific instruction regarding a variety of subjects, from drafting to citation styles. These 40-75 minute sessions are available for both undergraduate and graduate-level courses, conducted by trained consultants who seek to work with students at their point of need. Students should be working on a specific assignment at the time of the workshop. Instructors of record must be present during the workshop as their input is essential.
[Please submit your request at least 2 weeks prior to your preferred In-Class Workshop date.]
To see more information regarding In-Class Workshops, click the "In-Class Workshops" link to the left or click here. There, you will find a variety of themed workshops based on our most popular subject requests.
Note: Due to our smaller summer operations, we have a limited ability to provide In-Class Workshops during the summer. If you have questions about how the writing center can support your summer course, please email us.
Wednesday Workshop Series: Grammar, Language, and Writing
Every Wednesday afternoon an English Language Learning Graduate Consultant will hold a presentation on a topic related to grammar, language, and writing. Attendees can receive personalized writing feedback if they bring drafts and attend the open lab after the presentation. This is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. For more information, click here.