The Writing Center will operate primarily online in spring 2021, with limited in-person
availability by appointment only Monday-Thursday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. at our Summerville location (Allgood Hall, rm. N204). In-person appointments
will follow social distancing measures, including sitting 6 ft. apart, use of Plexiglas
dividers, required use of masks, no sharing of physical papers/devices/tools, and
cleanings between each appointment. Please check our schedule to see which in-person
hours are available during business hours each day. Our Health Sciences location will
remain closed in spring 2021; our Summerville location will be open by appointment
We're here to help the Augusta University community improve their writing and communication skills through personalized writing instruction and support.
We offer free, one-on-one writing and multimodal composition consultations for all undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, residents, faculty, and staff. Writing consultations can take place in person or online. The staff helps writers at any stage in the writing process—brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing—for any discipline. Consultants are also happy to help with community writing projects, creative writing, job materials, and personal writing projects. Writers can view our FAQs page for more information on consultation appointments.
We also offer in-class writing workshops that can be utilized by faculty, departments, and student organizations, as well as 10-minute informative class visits on who we are and our services. These services will take place virtually until further notice. Additionally, writing and communication resources related to the writing process, grammar and mechanics, citation styles, writing in the disciplines, and more are designed by the writing center staff and updated regularly on this site.
Spring 2021 Hours:
January 11 – May 3
Online Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday, 8 am-10 pm
Friday, 8 am-1 pm
Sunday, 12-10 pm
Summerville Hours (Allgood Hall, rm. N204):
Limited in-person availability by appointment only between 9 am-5 pm, Monday-Thursday.
Please see our schedule for in-person options, as available appointments vary by week and day.
Health Sciences Hours (Greenblatt Library, rm. 2101):
Closed for Spring 2021
We offer free, one-on-one writing and multimodal composition consultations for all undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, residents, faculty, and staff.
We also offer in-class writing workshops on a variety of topics that can be utilized
by faculty, departments, and student organizations, as well as 10-minute class visit
presentations on who we are and our services. These services will take place virtually
until further notice.
In addition to scheduling live consultations, graduate students, faculty, and staff
are able to submit assignments and projects for written feedback using our asynchronous
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!
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.