The Writing Center: Any assignment. Any stage. Anyone.
At the Writing Center, we believe that all writers can benefit from talking about their writing. We work with you collaboratively at any stage of the writing process (brainstorming, drafting, revising, etc.) to help you develop the skills to be a strong, confident writer. The Writing Center is a free resource available to all students of Immaculata University.
For questions, contact us today at email@example.com or call (484) 323-3494.
Location: Gabriele Library – 1st floor
Writing assistance is available to all Immaculata University students
The Writing Center at Immaculata University is focused on enhancing the writing skills of Immaculata students. Our goal is to help writers across the disciplines in all stages of the writing process, including planning, drafting, and revising. We offer a pleasant and supportive environment where writing assistants as well as both print and electronic resources are available. Our writing sessions provide students with the tools necessary to become more confident and effective writers.
The Writing Center offers one-on-one writing sessions for undergraduate and graduate students in all programs. Scheduling is conveniently available online, and writing assistance is available through either face-to-face, synchronous online, or asynchronous remote sessions. We also provide resources to help students with APA, MLA, and Chicago style formatting.
Writing Partnerships pair a student and Writing Assistant who work together on a regular basis over the course of a semester. Writing Partnerships, available to both undergraduate and graduate students, allow you to work towards larger writing goals and become a more confident writer over time.
In-class, out-of-class, and online workshops on topics such as APA, Literature Reviews, and Personal Statements.
Graduate Student Support
Targeted writing support for graduate students, including Dissertation Writing Sessions—a personal, individualized process between a Professional Writing Assistant and the dissertation student.