The Writing Walk-In Service
Trained graduate and undergraduate tutors are available five days
Cornell students can visit any one of our five campus locations from time to time or on a regular basis when they want one-on-one support to refine and develop strategies for drafting effective academic essays. Writers of all levels of experience and ability can benefit from such individualized attention.
During a WWIS session, writing tutors may help writers to:
Although writing tutors are happy to address large issues of focus and organization, they can only work with small portions of text (no more than 5 pages) during a typical 30-minute session.
Locations and Hours
Fall 2013 schedule:
We will hold regular hours through Tuesday, December 10
Special Exam Week Hours from 3:30 to 5:30pm at Rockefeller Hall, Room 178 ONLY
Wednesday, December 11
• Drop in at any one of our 5 locations, or
Mann Library, Follet Information Commons
Rockefeller Hall, Room 178
Carol Tatkon Center, Room 3343
Olin Library, Room 403
Uris Library, Room 102A
Have you visited the Writing Walk-In Service recently?
For answers to questions about the Service or if you need special assistance, contact Tracy Hamler Carrick, the Writing Walk-In Service Director.
Download our Editing Policy HERE
Download our Writing Resources Handout HERE
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