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Writing at Moravian

Moravian College Writing Center

All members of the Moravian College community are welcome to visit the Writing Center. Writing Center tutors work with papers and multimodal compositions for any class, at any stage of the writing process.

Hours

The Writing Center is open Sunday–Friday. We are located on the second floor of Zinzendorf Hall. The hours for Fall 2017 are as follows:

Sunday: 1–7pm

Monday: 10am–5:30pm; 7:30–9pm

Tuesday: 8am–6pm; 7–9pm

Wednesday: 8am–4pm; 5:30–9pm

Thursday: 8am–7pm

Friday: 9am–4:30pm

Appointments

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To schedule a Writing Center appointment, use the log in fields above or go to moravian.mywconline.comFor more detailed instructions on how to make an appointment, click hereIf you need further assistance, visit us on the second floor of Zinzendorf Hall or call 610-861-1592 during our open hours.

The Writing Center is located in a building that is not accessible to people with mobility impairments. However, we can gladly make arrangements for a Writing Center tutor to work with you at the Student Success Center in Reeves Library. If you wish to meet a tutor in the Library, please indicate this on the appointment reservation form or email mikovitsm@moravian.edu.

What to Expect

A typical tutoring session is 30 minutes long, and Writing Center tutors are able to work with projects on any topic at any stage of the writing process. Come prepared to have a productive conversation about your work by gathering all of your notes and drafts, research and supplemental readings, assignment guidelines, and any questions or concerns you have about your work. Tutors can help you with traditional papers and multimodal projects at any stage of the writing process, so a complete draft or finished project is not necessary. After your session, your tutor will share a synopsis of the appointment your professor (with your permission) to notify them of your appointment and provide an overview of topics covered.