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How It Works

The Writing Center offers a variety of ways for students and members of the community to get feedback on their writing. Below is a brief description of the services we offer. If you already know which type of consultation you'd like, click on the buttons below to submit your writing for e-mail feedback or schedule a face-to-face or videoconference consultation. Please let your consultant know if you need an accommodation due to a disability.

Face-to-Face Consultations

The Writing Center offers a variety of locations and hours. Face-to-Face Consultations allow you to work closely with a trained writing consultant. Learn more about Face-to-Face Consultations.

Videoconference Consultations

Because many writers like face-to-face consultations but have complicated schedules, we also offer consultations via videoconference. Meet with Jay Hawkwriter (a.k.a. one of our Writing Center consultants) in a Google+ Hangout to converse about your work. Learn more about Videoconferencing with a Consultant.

E-mail Feedback

For those writers who learn best from written feedback, we suggest sending your writing to us online and receiving feedback via e-mail. We will respond to your online submission within 3 business days (M-F) when classes are in session. Learn more about E-mail Feedback.

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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.

Meet the writer: Rute Muniz. KU undergrad, majoring in social work with a minor in public policy. First-year student from Brazil. Long-term goal: work to end child trafficking, both by helping single individuals and by making a difference on a global scale in terms of policy. Office Assistant at the KU Writing Center. “Writing is one of my basic needs. Not that I will physically die if I don’t write, but I will lose my glow, part of my personality. I write everywhere, anytime I feel inspired: at my classes, in the hallways, at my room, in my mind. I write to express how I feel, what I want to feel, and what I need to feel. I write to release forgiveness. I write to question, to argue, but also to think over things. I write to define who I am and distort what I once defined. Even if it is a paper for a class, I am always trying to make sense of it in my life. I write for many or for a few, for the called sane and the called crazy, because I have a little bit of both of them in me.” Want to hear more from Rute? Follow her on Twitter @callherute and Instagram @rutecmuniz. #writersofku #thisiswhatawriterlookslike (Photo credit: Katie Elliott)
"Writing is one of my basic needs. I write to define who I am."--Rute Muniz, KU 1st-year #thisiswhatawriterlookslike http://t.co/TzNBqvbMmZ


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