Appointments

The Writing Center offers a number of ways for writers to get support for projects and assignments. Find one below to fit your needs!

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 Types of Appointments

  • Face-to-face session: A 45-minute session where writers may work on any kind of writing including traditional essays, creative writing, speeches, multi-modal projects, and more!
  • Online session: A 45-minute session where you'll communicate in real time with a Writing Center consultant through WCONLINE, our online scheduler. 
  • Writing Partnership: A program that allows writers to meet weekly with a Writing Center consultant and work toward the writer's goal(s).  For more information or to request a Writing Partner, see our Writing Partnership page.
  • Group tutoring: Have a group group project? Make an appointment in which a Writing Center consultant will facilitate collaboration on your project. All group members must be present for a group session and working on a single project.

Using WCONLINE

  • To access the schedule, please go to https://mtsu.mywconline.com.  
  • If you don't already have a WCONLINE account, select "click here to register." Fill out the following form using your MTSU email address and choose whatever password you'd like. 
  • All appointments are 45-minutes, but they must be made in one-hour blocks on the schedule. Make sure that you choose a slot that has a full hour available when scheduling your own appointment.
  • You may also make appointments via phone! Please call us at 615-904-8237

Tips for a Sucessful Visit

  • Be as detailed as possible when making your appointment.  The more we know about you need from your Writing Center session, the better prepared we can be when your session begins. 
  • Show up on time, and be prepared with whatever assignment you are working on.  If you are working on a class assignment, bring the assignment guidelines.
  • If you will need to print your paper for your session, show up a few minutes early so that you use of all of your session time.
  • Feel free to bring your own personal computer or device - we can work from there, too.
  • Arrive to your session with an open mind--we will use a variety of writing strategies to help you reach your goals for your session.

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