Our program of seminars and workshops, credit courses, and one-on-one writing consultations is designed to support students in thinking and writing effectively in all disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
To book an appointment to discuss your paper or assignment, stop by our offices on the main floor of Stauffer Library or call 613-533-6315. Your call will be returned within 24 hours (excepting on weekends and during holidays.)
You may also use one appointment to work on an application or resume.
Here's what one student had to say about her first session with a Writing Centre Consultant:
"The tutor was extremely helpful in working on the construction of my paper. What I appreciate most in the Writing Centre is its ability to offer suggestions which give me the tools to think critically about my work."
These can be tailored to meet the needs of particular departments or groups of students. Check out our list of workshops or call the Writing Centre's main office at 613-533-6315 for more information.
WRIT 125 "Effective Writing I" (each term by correspondence)
WRIT 175 "Effective Writing II" (fall term, in-class)
WRIT 275 "Analytical Writing" (not currently offered)
WRIT 195 "Modular Writing" (fall term, correspondence)
WRIT 235 "Writing in the Community" (not currently offered)
WRIT 295 "Literary Non-Fiction" (winter term, correspondence)
For further information on our program, view our Annual Report, or visit the other links on this website.
The Writing Centre, Stauffer Library
Kingston, Ont. K7L 5C4
(613) 533-6315 / fax: (613) 533-6189