The Drexel Writing Center has moved all appointments online. All schedules open on Monday, April 5. See below to choose the appropriate schedule and follow directions at the top of the schedule to make an appointment.
Please contact our Operations Manager, Ellie Herman, at email@example.com with questions or concerns.
Welcome to the Drexel Writing Center scheduling system. If you have never used the scheduling system before, you will need to register for an account by clicking the link to the left. If you have used the schedule before, you may need to re-register to update your student status.
Please use your Drexel alpha-numeric email address when registering for an account.
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 two appointments 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 (multilingual writers): professional tutors and faculty members trained in working with English language learners offer 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be contacted to receive the appropriate support.
Peer Readers Mary Allain, Sarah Drepaul, Kelsey Hendry, Janae Kindt. Aaliyah Sesay, and Devin Welsh co-authored and article with DWC Director, Janel McCloskey, that was published in issue 4.2 of The Peer Review. The article, Designing a More Equitable Future," is about the DWC's use of Equity Centered Community Design to create equitable spaces and outcomes for students and staff.
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