Locations

216 College Hall - Main Location

 A table at the Writing Center main location. A student and consultant at a Writing Center session.

Who can come?

Any writer affiliated with Duquesne, including students, faculty, and staff, who wishes to meet with a consultant face to face

Why come to this location?

- You like being around a community of writers

- You would like access to our print manuals, textbooks, resources, and handouts

- You want free coffee

402A Gumberg Library

Gumberg Library Writing Center location. A student and consultant at the Gumberg Library location.

Who can come?

Any writer affiliated with Duquesne, including students, faculty, and staff, who wishes to meet with a consultant face to face

Why come to this location?

- You would like more privacy than 216 College Hall

- You would benefit from close proximity to library resources

- You would like a quiet space

Community Writing Center 

Who can come?

This specific location is geared toward students, especially those enrolled in the ACH Clear Pathways program and members of the  Hill District and Uptown communities. Programming is strictly online, but post-pandemic this Writing Center will be located at 510 Heldman St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.

Why come to this location?

- This writing center engages with communities beyond the student and staff body of Duquesne University

- Offers creative and professional writing workshops

Online Writing Center

An online Writing Center consultant.  A online Writing Center consultant.

Who can come?

Distance education students and commuters as well as faculty and staff members teaching or working abroad or off campus who wish to meet with a consultant virtually (using GoToMeeting)

Why "come" to this "location"?

- You are unable to get to campus

- You are studying abroad