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ARWR 905: Joy of Scholarly Writing: Writing Help

Writing Center Support for Graduate Students

Drew's Writing Center offers support for Graduate students writing their dissertations and/or theses. 

Students are encouraged to visit the online scheduling site for one-on-one writing support specifically for graduate level writing. Please go to this link for more information.

The Writing Center also offers graduate writing "meet ups."  Check the Writing Center webpage regularly for the latest info about scheduled "meet ups." 

Academic Support Services

Academic Support Resources

The Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) offers support resources for all Drew students at no extra cost with units dedicated to helping you with writing, math, science, and academic coaching

Students may make tutoring and writing help appointments using WCOnline, the CAE’s appointment scheduler. Remote and in-person assistance is available. Review these instructions to learn how to schedule and access a remote help session. Or, for more information on tutoring resources, please email cae@drew.edu.

Below please find a review of the resources available to you:

  • Subject tutoring is available for most CLA courses and the CAE makes every effort to arrange for tutoring in other courses through special requests.

  • The University Writing Center (UWC) offers undergraduate and graduate students one-on-one or group support for writing. The UWC also maintains curated lists of resources on various writing topics and online support resources on their LibGuide and also offers thesis and dissertation support.

  • Academic coaching is available to assist undergraduate and graduate students who seek to improve their study and self-management skills. If you are concerned about your ability to take notes, and stay organized and focused in the online learning environment, you may benefit from academic coaching.

Ready to make an appointment for tutoring, writing support or academic coaching? Book today at WCOnline.

For more information or clarification on any of the resources listed, please email cae@drew.edu.  

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