Writing Support for Your Students

Writing Support

Your students will find our Writing Workshop in 1310 North Quad, and our Peer Writing Center is in G219 Angell Hall, with satellite locations in the Undergraduate Library, Alice Lloyd Hall and the Dudersadt Center (more info on our In-Person Writing Support page). Students can also receive assistance using our OWL system to connect to a peer writing consultant remotely via the web (more info on our Web-Based Writing Support page). Undergraduate multilingual writers have access to multilingual specialists at our Writing Workshop and Peer Writing Center as well as additional language-learning resources (more info on our International Student Support page).

PDF Handouts of Writing Support for Distribution to Students:
Undergraduate Writing Support (pdf)
Undergraduate International and Multilingual Writing Support (pdf)
Graduate Writing Support (pdf)

As you encourage your students to use our services this term, we ask you not to require their attendance or offer credit for it. We find that students who come to us of their own accord are more motivated to benefit from the session, and leave with a more productive attitude toward their writing and our services. It is our policy not to provide "proof" of attendance. If you have any questions about this policy, feel free to contact Sweetland's Associate Director, Naomi Silver.

Class Visits

If you would like an instructor from Sweetland to visit your class to describe our services, please e-mail Teri Ford to arrange a visit.

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The Sweetland Center for Writing offers free one-to-one writing support to all undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Michigan, regardless of background or discipline. Sweetland faculty and peer writing consultants meet with student writers to help with any stage of the writing process, from initial brainstorming to final revisions. Learn more about Sweetland's writing support and our locations (including our online writing consultations) at our website: https://www.lsa.umich.edu/sweetland. Graduate students who prefer to meet with a second language specialist, should visit the English Language Institute's Graduate Writing Clinic for information on those services.