The Writing Studio provides a variety of support services to assist your students with writing, including peer consultations and workshops.

Spring 2024 Schedule

Atterbury Student Success Center (January 16-May 10)
Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm
Friday: 9am-5pm
Saturday & Sunday: closed

Miller Nichols Library (January 29-May 5)
Monday: 1-10pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 1-7pm
Friday: closed
Saturday & Sunday: 1-5pm

Johnson Hall Lobby Hours
Monday: 7-10pm

March 23-30: closed

Email sessions

April 28: last day to submit Spring 2024 email sessions

One-on-one consultations and resources

As a writer, you already know the benefits of including peer review in your writing process. The Writing Studio gives your students the same advantage. We are happy to work with students at all stages of the writing process by scheduling students for 30- or 60-minute, one-on-one consultations.

You can encourage your students to schedule appointments with us by including information about the Writing Studio in your syllabus (PDF). You can also show your students the resources available on our website.

Finally, you may email us to request a member of the Writing Studio staff to visit your class to talk to your students about our services.


The Writing Studio has developed a number of workshops that provide targeted instruction on different aspects of academic writing. All workshops are led by Writing Studio staff members who will present in your classroom.

Request a workshop

Introduction to the Writing Studio - A Writing Studio staff member will visit the classroom and briefly explain the services offered by the Writing Studio. (10 minutes)

MLA Formatting - A consultant will review basic MLA formatting. If a modified version of MLA is preferred, please indicate those preferences in the Workshop Request Form. (30 minutes)

APA Formatting - A consultant will review basic APA formatting. When filling out the Workshop Request Form, please indicate whether the consultant should discuss levels. (30 minutes)

Additional workshops

  • Developing an Argument
  • Developing a Thesis
  • Integrating Quotes
  • Academic Introductions and Conclusions
  • Invention Strategies: Discovering and Narrowing a Topic
  • Organizing Academic Papers
  • Outlining Peer Response
  • Proofreading Strategies
  • Punctuation and Grammar Review
  • The Reading Process
  • Using Electronic Sources
  • The Writing Process