We can help you with many other types of writing. Below is a list of some of the other ways we can help you.
Studying for an In-Class Essay?
Our tutors are happy to help you brainstorm potential questions, develop potential theses and write outlines. Additionally, we periodically run workshops on how to study for essay exams in conjunction with courses in the department.
Applying for the LSJ Major?
If you are interested in applying to the Law, Societies and Justice major, you can bring you can bring your personal statement by the Writing Center.
Applying for Law or Graduate School?
Majors in any of our partnered departments are welcome to bring in personal statements for graduate and law school.
Making an Appointment:
To make an appointment, click here. To see our policies about appointments and what you need to do to prepare for your appointment, click here.
If you can’t make it in, or if you like having written resources while you write, we have handouts that are available here and as hard copies outside of our office. The handouts cover everything from organizing an essay to writing thesis sentences to common grammar problems.
Is it after 4:30 or the weekend? Both the CLUE and Odegaard writing centers are open after business hours.
Advising for Political Science; Law, Societies and Justice; the Jackson School; and the Comparative History of Ideas can help with applying for the majors, planning your courses and post-graduation plans.
The Career Center can also help with resumes and post-graduation plans.