The Writing Learning Center
The WLC is OPEN for the Spring 19 semester!
We're located in Milne Library Room 221.
If you've ever asked a friend or roommate, "Does this sound okay to you?", visit us today!
We will help you with all types of writing assignments, including:
scholarship and grant proposals
film and music reviews
business writing exams
public service announcements
Spring 2019 hours:
Sunday: 1:00-7:00 p.m.
Monday through Thursday: 1:00-11:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: closed. The WLC is also closed when Milne Library is closed.
Schedule an appointment:
Visit geneseowlc.youcanbook.me and select a tutor and appointment time
Fill out the pre-session form
1-3:00 Neha (ESL)
3-7:00 Sean W. (ESL)
1-3:30 Leah (ESL)
4-7:00 Elizabeth (ESL)
8-10:00 Sean M.
1-3:30 Sean W. (ESL)
7-9:00 Isabelle (ESL)
8-11:00 Sean M.
1-4:00 Neha (ESL)
4-7:00 Jonathan (ESL)
7-10:00 Isabelle (ESL)
1-3:00 Sean M.
4-6:00 Elizabeth (ESL)
6-8:00 Jonathan (ESL)
You will meet one-on-one with a trained tutor for 15 or 30 minutes, or for 60 minutes if you self-identify as a non-native speaker of English or self-identify with a disability for which additional time would be beneficial.
Tutors will not write your assignments.
Instead, we will help you
Organize your thoughts
Write a thesis
Find and maintain your focus
Develop and support your ideas
Clarify your argument
Tackle grammar and style problems
Address issues particular to non-native writers of English
Bring your assignment sheet or prompt.
Bring a printout or a digital copy of your work. Notes and outlines are useful if you don't have a rough or full draft yet. Your tutor will want to comment on and annotate your work, so they need a copy of it.
Take notes while you're in the session: rely on a written record of your conversation with the tutor rather than on your memory.
After your appointment, follow up by
Booking another appointment: we're always happy to see you again for the same assignment.
Seeking out a tutor you work well with.
Giving us your feedback! Fill out this form.
Our work space is quiet.
Our staff respects your confidentiality.
When you collaborate on your written work at the WLC, you are taking advantage of a service that almost everyone uses to their benefit in their academic career.
Please contact Dr. Gillian Paku, Director, with any questions or comments, or if you are interested in applying to work as a tutor: email@example.com