Thesis and Dissertation Support.
Following the University’s decision to pivot to online, distance learning, the CAE is actively providing writing support using online tutoring sessions via WCOnline. Writing support will be offered throughout the semester and during the week of final exams.
Review the categories below to find out how to book an appointment online.
If you have more questions, or would like to schedule an appointment outside of the Writing Specialists’ support schedule listed on www.drew.mywconline.com, please email email@example.com. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.
View the Writing Specialists support schedule on WCOnline at www.drew.mywconline.com and make an appointment for help with a prospectus, proposal, thesis/dissertation chapter(s), or an academic paper by selecting the appropriate designation in the “Limit To” drop down menu (see image below). Writing designations are listed below this graphic.
Please review the following writing designations below and make an appointment for support accordingly using the “Limit To” drop down menu in WCOnline:
The UWC recommends that graduate students working on thesis/dissertation chapters make repeat appointments with the same specialist throughout the semester. Please note, for the UWC to book repeat appointments on your behalf, be sure to register on WCOnline first at www.drew.mywconline.com.
To schedule repeat appointments for dissertation chapters, please review the specialist’s schedule on WCOnline at www.drew.mywconline.com and email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the Writing Specialist, day, time, and duration of appointment (30 minutes or one hour) (e.g., I see Jane Doe is available on Wednesdays from 2-4 pm at the UWC. I’d like to book an appointment with Jane the first and third Wednesday of the month from 2-3 pm.)
Graduate students are also welcome to book repeat appointments with writing specialists on a weekly basis. To do this, please email, email@example.com, and follow the instructions above.
Please read the UWC’s FAQs and policies here before making an appointment. Each student is limited to 3 hours per week per subject/course.
The weekly Graduate Writing meetup is a great way to set writing goals, work with a team of peers that will help hold you accountable for achieving those goals, and have dedicated time and space to write.
Each week we’ll discuss ways you can build professional writing habits, work with models, enter the scholarly conversation, present evidence, give and seek feedback, and work with style.
Meet Ups are based on the book: Air & Light & Time & Space: How Successful Academics Write by Dr. Helen Sword
NOTE: All meetups are held online via ZOOM.
Please register for a Graduate Writing Meetup HERE.
If you wish to connect with an editor, please review the document here: outside editors.
All dissertation and thesis writing support is delivered in the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) located in the Vivian A. Bull Academic Commons
University Library, 1st Floor unless otherwise noted in WCOnline.
Review our suggestions on how to find an editor to support you.