The Hundley Center’s Walk-in Writing Lab
Summar Library; in the computer classroom located to the far left of the
Director: Chris Bailey, Director of Composition Support; Ext. 5900
Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 3-5 p.m.
The Hundley Center’s Walk-in Writing Lab exists for the entire campus community, including students, faculty, and staff. Our goal is to help those seeking advice at any stage of the writing process, whether it is generating ideas, outlining, researching, or drafting. The purpose of the writing lab is to provide support and guided instruction. While we do not edit or proofread papers, we do assist with content and stylistic choices, thesis development, grammar, and mechanics; we’re here to help students and others become better writers. Since this is an open lab, individuals may come and go, and no appointment is needed.
Additional Resources: We understand that writing is a complex process; therefore, additional support is available for undergraduate students through the Hundley’s Center’s one-on-one tutoring program.
Quick Link to the Hundley Center for Academic Enrichment:
Workshops: We are committed to supporting writers across the curriculum, in all disciplines. Workshops are scheduled at various times throughout the semester and include instruction on topics such as:
· starting a research project
· using proper documentation styles
· building effective arguments
· finding sources/researching
To learn more about attending or scheduling one of these workshops, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org