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Introduction to the UWC

Introduction to the UWC
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University Writing Center
PCL 2.330 - 512-471-6222 - uwc.utexas.edu
SSD accommodations are available for students who wish to utilize them; an accommodations letter may be needed. To arrange any accommodations, please call us at (512)-471-6222 or stop by PCL 2.330.
Appointments are opened for walk-ins if the student is more than 5 minutes late.
Students who miss two appointments will be restricted to walk-in appointments for the remainder of the semester.
Consultations must begin at least two hours prior to the assignment deadline to allow time for revision.
Students are limited to 3 consultations per assignment; 2 consultations per day; and 1 consultation per day, per assignment.
Students who wish to meet with a specific consultant or specialization may make arrangements by calling (512)-471-6222 or visiting us at PCL 2.330.
Policies:
Otherwise, the writing center's services are free and unlimited. We are funded by your undergraduate tuition fees, so no payment is ever necessary.

Conferences improve student
writing/writers.
Writing Center Research
Anecdotal Evidence

Students who visit the UWC at least once
are 2.8% less likely to go on probation.
http://projects.uwc.utexas.edu/index.php/praxis
The University Writing Center
The Learning Commons at PCL
M-Th 10-8; F 10-4
Sun 1-7PM
512-471-6222
Information, writing help, teaching resources, and
online appointment-scheduling
available at:
uwc.utexas.edu
For consultations...
Make an appointment (
online
at uwc.utexas.edu),
Or walk in.
Be sure to bring...
The writing prompt or assignment description,
Your brainstorming notes,
Your current draft,
Instructor comments,
And/or any other materials related to the piece of writing.
Questions?

Comments?

Concerns?
Thanks!
University Writing Center
PCL 2.330 | 512-471-6222 | uwc.utexas.edu
Appointment time has passed
Appointment is filled
Appointment is open
The University Writing Center
Anyone enrolled in a UT undergraduate class
One-on-one expert writing help
45 minute personalized consultations
Any piece of writing at any stage
Non-directive
Non-evaluative
Diagnostic outside readers
The University Writing Center
FAC 211
M-Th 10-8; F 10-3
512-471-6222
Information, writing help, teaching resources, and
online appointment-scheduling
available at:
uwc.utexas.edu
For consultations...
Make an appointment (
online
at uwc.utexas.edu),
Or walk in.
Be sure to bring...
The writing prompt or assignment description,
Your brainstorming notes,
Your current draft,
Instructor comments,
And/or any other materials related to the piece of writing.
Introduction to the UWC
The University Writing Center
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Introduction to the
The University Writing Center
Anyone enrolled in a UT class
One-on-one expert writing help
45 minute personalized consultations
Any piece of writing at any stage
Non-directive
Non-evaluative
Diagnostic outside readers
Writing in
Process:
Preparation
Creation
Revision
Individual
Non-linear
Flexible
Social
The best writers take time to move back and forth through multiple stages before arriving at finished products.
PCL Learning Commons Resources

The Public Speaking Center

UT Librarians by appointment

UT Libraries "Chat with a librarian"

The University Writing Center
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