For Faculty, Staff, and Campus Organizations
Faculty are integral to our goal of improving student writing. There are a number of ways faculty can work personally with the Writing Center community.
If you would like us to come to your class or organization and deliver a short presentation about the Writing Center, or if you would like us to facilitate a writing workshop, please fill out our Qualtrics outreach form below.
- If you would like us to come to your class or organization and deliver a short presentation about the Writing Center, or if you would like us to facilitate a writing workshop, please fill out our Qualtrics Fall 2018 Outreach Request Form. (Planning ahead? Our Spring 2019 Outreach Request form is available here.)
- If you have a KSOL site, please add our link to your resources:
- Many of our students visit the writing center on the recommendation of their professors. We love it when instructors give extra credit to their students for coming to the Center, but request that you do not require visits, as we could not possibly accommodate all campus courses if attendance were required. Plus, research demonstrates sessions are more successful when students choose to attend on their own. Please feel free to cut and paste the following paragraphs into your course policy statement:
- Writing Center
As you write in this class, you will want to seek feedback from a variety of readers. One place to do this is the Writing Center. I encourage you to visit the Writing Center to meet with a peer tutor. Writing tutors are available to talk with you about your writing at any stage and for any class. The Writing Center is located in ECS 122D, and you can make an appointment by going to http://www.k-state.edu/english/writingcenter and clicking on the link to "make an appointment online."
- Writing Center
- Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to receive an hour of free tutoring each week at the Writing Center. Please encourage all of your students to make use of this resource. Graduate students can sign up for a one-hour session with another graduate student or instructor by contacting the Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-532-0842.