The Writing Center will OPEN for the spring 2024 semester on Tuesday, January 16th! We look forward to assisting all students, faculty, and staff in person and online, with the same level of care and attention. We wish everyone the best of luck on their finals, and happy holidays.
Sign up for an appointment on Unify by clicking "Scheduling with the Writing Center" (make sure the "Start Here" tab is selected) and also via email. Use this video to guide you through the process. To see when we are open and where we are located, visit our "Location and Hours" page.
The Writing Center is a free service available to all members of the university community, not just those enrolled in English classes. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome. Consultants assist writers in the writing process, from brainstorming and organization of projects to revision and polishing. Since its inception in 1997, the writing center has recorded visitors from all schools and colleges in the university, all departments, and all grade levels. Some of our most successful graduates have relied on the GC Writing Center.
The Writing Center supports writers throughout their Georgia College academic experience by working with them at any stage of the writing process. Graduate and undergraduate tutors (also known as writing consultants) provide GC students assistance with not only with the basics of formatting, punctuation, and grammar, but also with the development of ideas through an individualized collaborative learning process. The Writing Center serves to help each GC student cultivate their confidence and abilities as an academic writer.
The Writing Center and MURAce
The Georgia College Writing Center works closely with undergrads who are participating in MURACE, or Mentored Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors. All students participating in this mentored research are required to visit the center in order to receive funding for their work. For more information on MURACE, how to begin your journey with mentored undergraduate research, or to learn more about how the Writing Center and MURACE work hand-in-hand, visit the MURACE page.