About Us


The Writing Center is a writing consultation service designed for Fuller students who are writing Fuller papers. Our purpose is to help students improve their writing for academic and professional success.  We are available to assist students in all three schools during any stage of the writing process for any level of work. The Writing Center is a service offered through the Office of Student Life & Services.


We offer in-person and online writing consultations

click on the “Policies and Fees” tab for specific fees and time requirements 

We hold several writing workshops every quarter. 

click on the “Writing Workshops” tab for topics and resources

We curate a variety of free resources and study materials on our website.  

click on the “Free Resources” tab for guides, tutorials, and helpful links


Our office is on the 3rd floor of the Hubbard Library by the computer lab.

During this time of transition, our hours are: Monday through Thursday (1pm-5pm) and Friday (9am-1pm).

You can email us at writingcenter@fuller.edu or call us at (626) 584-5431.

You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook.



Jennifer Shaw, Consultant

Jennifer has completed her MDiv at Fuller with an emphasis in Christian Ethics. She holds an MA in English from California State University, Northridge and a BA in English from Westmont College. She is currently attending Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley as she pursues ordination with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. She enjoys sharing the experience of writing and loves working with fellow students to empower them become better writers.

Brenda Sansom-Moorey, Consultant

Brenda is in the MAT program in Biblical Studies. In her editing work, she draws on several resources from her background: an MA in Applied Linguistics; many years of experience teaching ESL writing at undergraduate and grad school levels; and a Ph.D. in modern Chinese history. What she enjoys most about working for the Writing Center is the face-to-face consultations with students. It’s so rewarding to see students learn to improve their composition skills—and to hear that their grades improved after their sessions!