The Writing Center is open for both in-person and online appointments. We look forward to helping you with all your writings needs in the new academic year! 

The Writing Center is committed to helping students develop as writers. To this end, we offer one-on-one consultations with student writers of all levels, at all stages of the writing process. We work with students in collaborative consultations where dialogue, practice, and discovery are paramount. Attentive listening, critical reading, and purposeful writing characterize the hallmarks of our sessions. 

For the Fall 2021 semester, we are offering  both in-person appointments at our Mullen Library location and virtual appointments. Virtual appointments can be synchronous or asynchronous. In a synchronous appointment, you'll meet with a Writing Center Consultant live via Zoom. In an asynchronous appointment, you can email your writing to us and we'll respond with written feedback. For instructions on how to set up synchronous or asynchronous appointments, please visit our "How to Make an Appointment" page. All appointments, whether in-person or virtual, can be made by clicking the button below. 


If you have questions, please e-mail us at cua-writingcenter@cua.edu or refer to Frequently Asked Questions.


Writing Center Undergraduate Tutor Program

The Writing Center is pleased to have undergraduate peer tutors working alongside our graduate instructors. This is an opportunity to expand your skills as a writer, to help others grow in their writing, and to attend professional conferences.

Learn more about the Writing Center Undergraduate Tutor Program


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Center for Academic and Career Success

Learn about our integrated, individualized approach to advising to help you flourish in your studies while helping you prepare for a career.

Visit the Center for Academic and Career Success Website