R.W. Corns Building #316
61 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
Founded in 1955, Ohio Wesleyan's Writing Center promotes writing as a hallmark of liberal arts education.
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.
WRITING CENTER SUMMER 2019 HOURS, May 20 – June 25
Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM to noon*
Wednesday 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
No appointments needed during these hours--just drop by the Sagan Academic Resource Center -- Corns 316
After June 18th, hours are by appointment or through email only.
* Please note: The Writing Center walk-in hours will be CLOSED on Thursday, June 6. Students may email Martine Stephens at email@example.com June 6 - 11 to arrange a meeting or work through email.
Stop by the Writing Center in Corns 316 or call 740-368-3925 during our open hours.
You may schedule a 30-minute or 50-minute appointment, depending on the type and length of the assignment or project you are working on.