The Writing Center will be open for consultations on . You may begin scheduling appointments starting August 24, 2016.
Please join us for our Open House on
Thursday, Sept. 1 & Friday, Sept. 2
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
in Kuykendall Hall Room 411
Come and meet our tutors, check out our Center,
and learn about our services.
Light refreshments will be served.
We hope to see you there!
**Due to the high volume of requests for class visits and workshops, please include more than one preferred
date/time as your first preference may not be available. We will respond to requests within 72 hours**
Teachers can schedule class visits beginning August 22. From , if teachers would like to bring their class TO the center for the class visit, we will be able to accommodate them. Otherwise, class visits will be conducted in the instructor’s classroom. Instructors can request class visits at:
Please indicate if you would like to hold your class visit in the center or in your classroom.
Teachers can also begin scheduling workshops on August 22 for delivery beginning September 6.
To find out about our workshops or to request one, please visit:
Note: Currently we are able to accommodate requests for one workshop per class per week.
What is the Writing Center?
The Writing Center is a collaborative environment which offers writing consultations free of charge to anyone affiliated with the University of Hawai`i - undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and visiting scholars.
Our writing consultants are trained to help at all stages of the writing process; whether you are just getting started, revising a draft, or at some point in between, we can help with your essays, research papers, resumes, letters, creative work, and more.
Want to Schedule an Appointment?
Please visit our Make/Cancel Appointments page and create an account to make appointments in advance.
Walk-in appointments are also welcome at The Writing Center, but we suggest that you schedule an appointment to ensure that a writing consultant will be available to work with you.