Moravian University Writing Center
Please note that Writing Center appointments for the current semester can take place in-person or online. The Writing Center is located on the second floor of Zinzendorf Hall; however, because that is not an accessible space, students can request to meet with their Writing Consultant in Reeves Library when scheduling an in-person appointment. When you create an appointment, follow these instructions if you need to access online tutoring features.
All members of the Moravian University community are welcome to visit the Writing Center, part of the Center for Academic Excellence. Writing Center Consultants work with writers on writing, broadly defined, in any genre produced for any course or Moravian-oriented project at any stage of the writing process.
The Writing Center is open Sunday through Friday during the Fall and Spring semesters. Sign up for an appointment below.
Log in to make an appointment
First visit? Click here to register for an appointment with a Writing Center consultant. Returning? Log in below.
To schedule a Writing Center appointment, use the log in fields above or go to moravian.edu/writingcenter. For further instructions on creating an account and registering for an appointment, view the video below or visit our Appointment Help page.
The Writing Center is committed to ensuring that all of our services and programs are accessible to all students at Moravian. Because the Writing Center is located on the second floor of Zinzendorf Hall, a building that is not accessible to individuals with mobility impairments, we offer opportunities to meet with consultants in Reeves Library or online. If you find that an accommodation in location or other services is needed to fully support your writing goals, contact Writing Center and Writing Fellows Program Coordinator, Chris Hassay, at email@example.com and the Office of Disability & Accommodations (ODA) at 610-861-1401 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
What to Expect
A typical session is 30 minutes long, and Writing Center consultants 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. Consultants can help you with text-based 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 consultants 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.
Note: If you are seeking support for subject matter understanding in your courses, please also visit Tutoring and Peer Learning at the Center for Academic Excellence.