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"The University Writing Center is a campus resource that offers free individual and small-group consultations to UCF community members, for any writing in any situation."
UCF Writing Center is a peer-consultation resource for UCF students. There are several types of consultations and the first step is to determine which type is right for you; face-to-face or online chat. It is important to remember that these meetings can take place at any stage in the writing process, from brainstorming to final editing. Once a type of consultation has been decided on, the next step is to make an appointment. Students may schedule appointments through TutorTrac or by phone.
Once an appointment has been made, students participate in an individualized 45-minute meeting with a trained writing consultant (small group appointments are also available). Writers can also work with other materials such as handouts on various facets of the writing process and computers.
Students can make an appointment or drop in any time we're open. They should bring details about the assignment along with notes and any drafts. Global issues (purpose, thesis, organization, support, etc.) will be addressed first during a consultation.
UCF Writing Center Location in the Main Campus Library