R.W. Corns Building #316
61 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
The Writing Center is here for you during our remote learning semester!
Email a writing consultant from the list below, and the consultant will contact you to arrange a time and place to meet online. We’re mostly using Google Hangouts, but we can arrange other virtual meeting spaces if you wish.
Vicki Lefevre email@example.com
Emma Neeper firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Saarie email@example.com
Brandon Stevens firstname.lastname@example.org
Makaila Weir email@example.com
For questions, other appointments, or to have an assignment reviewed through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you had scheduled ongoing appointments in the Writing Center or if you made an appointment for a class requirement before the shift to remote learning, and have not yet rescheduled, contact your Writing Consultant or email email@example.com
Our Spring 2020 Hours will be through email at firstname.lastname@example.org and online, by virtual appointment. Email our consultants, listed above, to arrange an online meeting.
The Writing Center's mission is to provide high-quality, up-to-date, professional instruction and support in all writing tasks and topics for all members of the Ohio Wesleyan Community.
Staffed by professional and peer consultants, the Writing Center is available free of charge to help you become a more confident, effective writer.
We work with all OWU students—from beginning to advanced writers, freshmen to seniors, those who find writing a challenge and those who love to write—on a wide range of writing assignments and on all aspects of the writing process.
Students visit the Writing Center to work on every type of writing task from every type of class, and on resumes and cover letters, graduate school application materials and personal statements, scholarship applications, and applications for OWU opportunities, such as off-campus study and Theory-to-Practice Grants. Writing Center instructors provide constructive suggestions in all areas of writing, including getting ideas, focusing, organizing, paragraphing, citing sources, and proofreading.
We also work with faculty members who consult the Writing Center about writing assignments for their classes, writing across the curriculum development, and their own writing projects.