How do I make an appointment with the Writing Center?
Appointments are made through our scheduler. Visit the scheduler to create an account and make appointments. All accounts and appointments are free.
View a Tutorial to the Scheduler
Does the Writing Center offer web-based appointments?
Yes, we offer two types of web-based appointments, Online and eTutoring (in MST).
For more information, and to make an Online or eTutoring appointment, visit our scheduler.
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Who can use the Writing Center?
Any Regis University student, faculty, staff member, or alumni can use the Writing Center.
How much do writing consultations cost?
Writing consultations are free of cost to any Regis University student, faculty, staff member, or alumni.
How many appointments can I make per day or week?
We offer writing support for up to 60 minutes per day or 180 minutes per week (Sunday through Saturday through the scheduler).
How long is a writing appointment?
In-person writing appointments are 30 or 60 minutes long. Web-based appointments are 60 minutes.
What should I bring to my appointment?
Please bring everything you can think of that will help you and your writing coach gain the most from your session. This includes, and is not limited to, your assignment and/or rubric, textbook(s), research literature, writing tools, and, of course, your undivided attention and willing participation.
Where will my in-person appointment take place?
In-person writing appointments take place on the Northwest Denver campus. The exact locations vary by day. Please check the scheduler for current information.
Where is the Writing Center located?
The Writing Center and Tutoring Services administrative offices are located on the Northwest Denver campus in The Learning Commons in Clarke Hall, suite 241 on the second floor. Clarke Hall is the first building to the right of Entrance 1.
3333 Regis Boulevard
Denver, CO 80221
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When is the Writing Center open?
During the summer semester, our administrative support and quiet/independent study hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Hours for writing appointments vary by day. Please check the scheduler for current information.
We are available for walk-in writing consultations, but highly recommend making an appointment through the scheduler to ensure that a writing coach will be available to work with you.
Writing Center Mythbusters
MYTH: I need to have something written to go to the Writing Center (WC).
FACT: The WC can help with every stage of writing. You can come to the WC at the very beginning of the writing process--to understand your assignment, to brainstorm ideas, to formulate a thesis, to outline your essay, to familiarize yourself with formatting and citation styles, etc.
MYTH: I need to have a finished product to go to the WC.
FACT: The WC can help with every stage of writing. If you feel stuck during the process, we will work with you to overcome those writers’ blocks by asking you guiding questions, exploring your ideas, and helping you pen those thoughts on paper.
MYTH: The WC is only good for checking grammar and punctuation.
FACT: The WC can help with every stage of writing, so we are well-equipped to work with you on organizing your paper, structuring paragraphs, expanding and developing ideas, encouraging you to write clearly and specifically, ensuring you are responding to your assignment, etc.
MYTH: The WC sounds like a service meant only for traditional-age students/native speakers.
FACT: The WC is a welcoming, supportive, and professional space for all Regis University students. At the WC, we work with students from all undergraduate and graduate programs, language backgrounds, and all walks of life. We enjoy the diversity our clientele bring.
MYTH: I can drop my paper off at the Writing Center and return to pick it up.
FACT: Since the Writing Center is not a proofreading or editing service, students must work alongside writing coaches, and cannot drop off their papers with writing coaches and return to pick them up later.
MYTH: I am a good writer, and I don’t need any outside feedback.
FACT: The WC offers you a fresh, unbiased perspective to review your work objectively. Seize the opportunity to have another set of eyes help you check for vagueness, specificity, repetition, redundancy, awkward phrasing, wordiness, word choice, formatting and citation standards, etc.
MYTH: The WC will fix my paper and make it perfect.
FACT: The role of any credible WC is not to whip out proofreading glasses and editing pens and correct every single mistake in a paper, but to help you, the student, to gain confidence and sharpen your writing and thinking skills.