Need some help with your assignment, resume, or personal statement? You don't have to go at it alone. Here's a list of resources you can use during any part of the writing process.
On-Campus Writing Centers
The Odegaard Writing and Research Center (OWRC) offers 45 minute appointments on any writing assignment ranging from an academic essay to personal statements.You can also schedule an appointment with a research librarian here!
The Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment's Writing Center has writing tutors available from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on school nights! They can help with every stage of the writing process to brainstorming to polishing the final draft!
The Anthropology Writing Center is open to students of all levels who would like to work on their current writing skills and become more comfortable with the writing process.
The History Writing Center is open to History majors, to students writing papers for History courses, and to Evening Degree students.
The Sociology Writing Center offers one-on-one "tutoring" services, primarily through scheduled appointments (45 minutes in length). These appointments are open to all undergraduate students taking sociology courses, are assignment-focused, and are intended to help students with all stages of the writing process.
Philosophy Writing Center: Many students do not realize that the requirements for a philosophy paper can be very different from the requirements for papers in other departments. Work with the undergraduate tutors at the Philosophy Writing Center and develop your ability to critically evaluate arguments in your readings, carefully formulate and argue for your own philosophical views, and defend your views against relevant objections.
The Interdisciplinary Writing Studio (located in Smith Hall 113B) offers tutoring sessions for students working on projects in AES, AIS, CHID GEOG, and GWSS. The tutors have experience writing and tutoring in these departments and can work with you on all aspects of writing and research from brainstorming and planning, through writing and revising. All kinds of projects are welcome: reading responses; reflections; creative pieces; research papers, literature reviews; position statements; and fellowship, job, or graduate school applications!
International and English Language Programs: These UW instruction programs including three- and ten-week intensive sessions, oral fluency and college preparation programs, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, GRE & GMAT Verbal Preparation courses, and online courses in academic, business, and technical English.