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Babbidge Library, Level 2


Monday – Thursday 10am – 10pm
Friday 10am – 4pm
Sunday 2pm – 10pm


Never been to our center before? Here's what you do

If you've never been to the Writing Center before, click the "Make an Appointment" button and follow the link there to register an account--it's quick and free. Then you can schedule an appointment, and as part of that you select in-person or online, and choose 30 minutes or 60 minutes. You can also walk in, but we can't guarantee that we'll be able to assist every walk-in immediately.

Consider the Writing Minor

This is not an English or creative writing or literature minor (though it can included those). Instead it is a writing minor, defined broadly: writing in the sciences, writing for fun, writing for social change, writing for research, writing for a career, writing technologies, and more. It has a super-flexible structure that involves taking 1 gateway course, Introduction to Writing Studies, and 4 electives from dozens of departments. You may even have already taken one or more of those electives. Check! If you decide you want to do it, you don't need any approvals--all you need to do is fill out an online form here.

Graduate Students: Check Out Our Spring Writing Workshops

We run a series of sessions on graduate-level writing and all are welcome.  The next one, on composing effective cover letters, takes place Thursday, April 18, 12:00pm. Register using the link above.

Upcoming Events

  1. Apr 16 TEAching Tuesdays (TA’s) 1:00pm
  2. Apr 16 Pet Therapy at Storrs 5:00pm
  3. Apr 18 Graduate Writing Workshop: Cover Letters for the Academic Job Market 12:00pm
  4. Apr 22 Resume Lab-Business Career Development Office 1:00pm