Our tutors are here to help you during your writing process, whatever part of the process you might be in. Brainstorming? Yup! Writing? Uh-huh! Revision? Of course! We’ve got you covered.
In our first tip of the academic year, we talked about how to get started and set up an account with the Writing Center. Now we’re talking appointments: what are they and how do you get one. We offer 50 minute writing consultations where you meet with a peer tutor. You drive the session! The […]
Our number one goal in the Writing Center is for you to become a more confident writer; and our peer tutors are here to support your writing process at any stage. We’d love to work with you!
Writing can be messy. Make an appointment today, and our peer tutors can help you sort through it all and help you make your writing shine!
We’ve been there. You have an assignment due, and it’s going well, and then all of a sudden, writer’s block hits. Well, we can help. Make an appointment with a tutor today!
So, I hear that you’re a brand new, first-year student and you want to make sure that you’re doing everything you can to use your resources and be successful at Wake Forest. Well, you’ve come to the “write” place! If you are interested in coming to the Writing Center, the first thing you need to […]
Welcome to another Friday! Here’s what we shared during our NaNoWriMo-themed week on Active Voice. – On Monday, we kicked off November with a post about WFU’s own WaFoWriMo. – We shared some tips for starting your first novel on Tuesday. – Another Wednesday meant another word of the week. – And on Thursday, we brought […]
Here’s a look at our past week on Active Voice. – On Monday, we shared a post from Professor Gellar-Goad, Assistant Professor of Classical Languages. – Tuesday was an advertisement for a great event out of the English Department. – We shared a spooky word of the week on Wednesday. – And on Thursday, we talked about […]
Happy Friday! And happy national tell a fairy tale day! Here’s a look back at our week: – Monday we shared an infographic of the top 10 most read books in the world. How many have you read? – Tuesday we pulled a great tip from the archives, written by Prof. Elisabeth Whitehead. – Wednesday […]
I can’t believe it’s already Friday. Hope you all had a great week! We sure did in the Writing Center. Here’s a peek at our week. Monday was about punctuation and its very interesting history. Tuesday we pulled from the archives and shared some great Zotero advice. We celebrated Wednesday with a new word. And […]