Our mission is to help the Augusta University community improve their composition skills through personalized instruction and support. We assist with writing, multimodal projects, and oral presentations for any subject or discipline at any stage in the writing process. One-on-one consultations available in-person and online.

 

Making and Accessing Online Appointments


Contact Us

  Allgood Hall- Room N204
  2500 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904
  706-667-4722
  writingcenter@augusta.edu

 

Summer 2021 Hours
ONLINE ONLY

Monday, 8-10 a.m., 1-4 p.m.
Tuesday, 8-10 a.m., 5-10 p.m.
Wednesday, 8-10 a.m., 3-5 p.m.
Thursday, 8-10 a.m., 1-4 p.m.,
5-10 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

 

Greenblatt Library, Room 2101
 1429 Laney-Walker Blvd, Augusta, GA 30901
  706-737-1402
 writingcenter@augusta.edu

 

 

Schedule Your Appointment

Schedule in-person, live chat online, and written feedback online consultations through our scheduler. Appointments are available to all undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff.Academic Coaching

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Writing and Communication Resources

Our handouts page offers a variety of writing and communication resources that can be accessed any time, any place. In addition to resources made by WC staff, this page contains links to external resources and tutorials.

Writing and Communication Resources

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Faculty and Staff Resources 

Schedule an in-class workshop or informational class visit for your course or campus organization. 
Faculty and Staff Resources

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Work at the WC

Find out how to become a writing consultant at the Writing Center.

Work at the Writing Center

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Graduate Student Resources

We offer a variety of additional resources for graduate students. 
Tutor Consultants

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Meet Our Staff

Read our staff bios and get to know our consultants.

Meet our Staff

Meet our Staff

FAQ

Dual-enrolled students, undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff

We offer in-person consultations as well as two types of online consultations: online live video chats and online written feedback. All three types of appointments are scheduled and accessed through our scheduling software, WCOnline, at aug.mywconline.com.

  • Anything related to writing, oral presentations, or multimodal projects (such as PPTs, posters, web copy/design, infographics, etc.).
  • Projects for any discipline, major, or program. Some examples of common projects include: first-year writing essays, lab reports, upper-division course research projects, Honors theses, literature reviews, posters, speeches, graduate coursework, manuscripts for publication, creative writing projects, community/personal writing, resumes and cover letters, personal statements, and scholarship applications letters.
 
 


Testimonials from Writers

 

The writing center provided awesome, actionable feedback that I can use in this and future papers. I would definitely recommend their services to others who aren't so confident in their writing.

This is my second time at the writing center, and I am so grateful for this service. Each consultant has made me feel very comfortable and was kind. Thank you!

The writing center is excellent! I will definitely be back! Very hands-on and stress free. Thank you so much for taking the time to really help me revise.

I appreciate the one-on-one help with understanding the mechanics of writing. I love knowing why the styles are appropriate or not appropriate for my work and how to improve my writing. Thank you so much for your help!


Center Acknowledgment and Recognition of Excellence ribbonStatement of Inclusivity

The Augusta University Writing Center strives to empower writers of all races, socioeconomic statuses, gender identities, sexual orientations, religious affiliations, abilities, and ages. The center works to create an environment of inclusivity within which each writer and the literacies they bring to the table are valued and respected. In order to grant writers agency, consultants work collaboratively with students so their voices are heard.