The Writing Center
Talk about your writing process, ideas, grammar, arguments, and craft. Bring ideas or drafts (academic, professional, or personal) to your one-on-one session with a peer tutor.
The Writing Center is a free resource for students at Evergreen.
- Sessions with a writing tutor are 25 or 50 minutes.
- All sessions are video-conferences during remote operations.
Writing Center Hours
All sessions are remote for summer quarter. Our first day open will be Tuesday of week 1, June, 22, 2021. We will be open through Thursday of Eval week, September 2, 2021.
Summer Quarter, 2021
|Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays||10 am - 6 pm|
|Friday - Monday||Closed|
|Campus Holidays and Breaks||Closed|
Events and Workshops
See our Events and Workshops page to learn more about how you can get together with other writers.
Need to see simple one-sheet handouts, or longer guides on writing at Evergreen? Need resources on citation styles and more? Check out our library of handouts and links.
Giving us Feedback
Your feedback means a lot to us. You can give us feedback in one of two ways:
Complete our Anonymous Survey. You must use your evergreen.edu account to leave feedback, but the results we see are anonymous.
Email email@example.com to connect directly.
The Writing Center can offer alternative tutoring arrangements. What do you need? Find out more about what we offer and how to contact us to make a plan on our preparing for an appointment page. Our scheduling system is accessible for most screen readers by selecting the "text-only" view.
Faculty, we welcome you to check out our in-class support options on our For Faculty page.
Learn About Us and Employment
If you want to learn more about the Writing Center, please see our About Us page and Writing Center Myths page. If you want to become a tutor or take the writing tutoring class, see our Course: Cultivating Voice page.
|Phone||Olympia: (360) 867-6420 (We are not answering phones while we work remotely. Please email for a timely response.)|
|Location||Olympia: LIB 2304. We are located in the Evans Hall Library Building on the same level as Red Square, inside the Library itself. (We are not offering in-person appointments and no one is currently staffing the campus location.)|
|See our About Us page for email addresses.|