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September 28, 2016:

Fall 2016 | Appointments will be available starting week two (Monday, September 26) on some schedules. All schedules will be available in week 3 (Monday, April 11).


Welcome to Drexel Writing Center's online schedule! If you have never used the scheduling system before, you made need to register for an account by clicking the link to the left.

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Current Schedules and information:

  • Undergraduate Support (Peer Readers): peer readers from various disciplines available for in-person and synchronous online appointments only; (writers may reserve a maximum of one appointment per day, two appointments per week)
  • Graduate Support (Graduate Writing Consultants): graduate students from various disciplines available for in-person and synchronous online appointments; (writers may reserve a maximum of one appointment per day, one appointment per week)
  • Faculty Reader ESL Specialists: professional tutors and faculty members trained in working with English language learners office support through in-person appointments. (writers may reserve one appointment per day, two appointments per week)
  • LWR: Language, Writing and Research Support for ELL students: The Drexel Writing Center, the English Language Center, and the Drexel Libraries offer support for international students who may need help speaking, writing, reading and researching in English. Email your writing project to lwr@drexel.edu and you will be contacted to receive the appropriate support.

News:

Last fall, we launched our Graduate Writing Consultants program. Graduate students trained in helping peers develop their writing will work as writing consultants and can be found on the Graduate Writing Consultants.

The DWC Peer Reader program has received level one certification from the College Reading and Learning Association, an international tutor training certification program.