Getting the word out about the KU Writing Center and its services can sometimes be difficult. Often, students misunderstand the goals and purposes of the Writing Center. A Class Visit orients students to the services provided by the Writing Center in a short 15 minute session conducted by one of our trained staff. Class Visits include information regarding our hours and locations, services (face-to-face, eTutoring and Online consultations), resources, and events.
[Please submit your request at least 1 week prior to your preferred Class Visit date.]
To the left, you will see "Schedule a Class Visit" or click here. There, you will find more information regarding our seasonal restraints as well as a web form to schedule your Class Visit.
Note: Due to our smaller summer operations, we have a limited ability to provide Class Visits during the summer. If you have questions about how the writing center can support your summer course, please email us.
In-Class Workshops provide specific instruction regarding a variety of subjects, from drafting to citation styles. These 40-75 minute sessions are available for both undergraduate and graduate-level courses, conducted by trained consultants who seek to work with students at their point of need. Students should be working on a specific assignment at the time of the workshop. Instructors of record must be present during the workshop as their input is essential.
[Please submit your request at least 2 weeks prior to your preferred In-Class Workshop date.]
To see more information regarding In-Class Workshops, click the "In-Class Workshops" link to the left or click here. There, you will find a variety of themed workshops based on our most popular subject requests.
Note: Due to our smaller summer operations, we have a limited ability to provide In-Class Workshops during the summer. If you have questions about how the writing center can support your summer course, please email us.