Writing Center - College of Arts and Sciences - Lewis & Clark
Everyone struggles with different aspects of writing, and a one-on-one consultation is a great way to work with your individual needs. John Holzwarth, the Writing Center’s director, is happy to discuss any aspect of your writing that you would like to improve, or simply to assess a piece of writing and offer suggestions. You don’t have to have a draft, though of course looking at your writing is a good way to start analyzing your strengths and weaknesses. We can also talk about your writing process, challenges with productivity and getting writing done, or anything else you would find helpful. You do need an appointment, and they sometimes fill up a week or more ahead of time (especially late in the semester) so please plan ahead. Last-minute slots sometimes open up due to cancellations, so if you can’t find a time that works, please check back.
Anyone with an lclark account should be able to access our schedule, but if you run into any difficulty with online scheduling, please email John at email@example.com. Appointments are normally in person at the Writing Center (Watzek Library, 227A), but please email if you prefer to meet remotely.
NOTE: Before scheduling an appointment online, please be sure your Google Calendar is set to Pacific Standard Time. Otherwise, the appointment time on your calendar will not match ours. For instructions on how to check or change your settings, click here: https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37064?hl=en