Writing Center COVID-19 FAQ
Is the Writing Center Still open?
Yes! We are open both online and in-person at 216 College Hall beginning February 4, 2021.
Are remote/online consulting sessions available?
Yes! You can schedule an appointment at the Online Writing Center. Sessions are conducted via Zoom.
How do I use Zoom for an online consulting session?
Can I email my paper for a consultant to review?
No. Consultants will discuss your text with you via Zoom at the time of your appointment.
Are face-to-face/in person consulting sessions available?
Yes! Sessions are available on campus in our 216 College Hall location. Please make an appointment on the 216 College Hall schedule to meet with a consultant in person.
Are face masks required for face-to-face/in-person consulting sessions?
What if I forget my mask?
Visit the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts Dean's Office in 210 College Hall to pick up a disposable mask.
Am I allowed to wait for my face-to-face/in-person appointment in the Writing Center?
No. Because of social distancing requirements and occupancy guidelines, please come to the Writing Center only at your appointment time.
Can I still request presentations or workshops for my class?
Yes! The Director and Assistant Director are available to present to your class via Zoom. Please email the Director with your request: email@example.com. Provide the course name and meeting time, requested topic, potential dates, enrollment, and any questions.
How do I contact the Writing Center with questions?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412.396.5209. Email responses are more likely to receive a timely response.
Is there a PDF version of this available?
Yes. Visit here: COVID-19 FAQ