The Writing Center
During Spring and Summer 2022, meet with us in person or online!
We strongly encourage you to wear a face covering while in the Writing Center. Disposable masks are available for your use.
Learn more about our COVID-19 policies.
Please visit our Online Writing Center Services page to learn more about our online options.
This summer, the Writing Center has several opportunities for advanced writers:
Writing Center Virtual Retreat, May 18-19: This virtual retreat will provide graduate students and faculty with dedicated writing time, wellness activities, and optional writing consultations. To register, please visit https://go.unl.edu/2022writingretreat.
Writing groups for graduate students and faculty: From May 23-July 8, Writing Center staff will host weekly meetings for graduate student and faculty writers who are interested in building community and accountability into their writing practice. Interested writers should complete this form no later than Friday, May 13: https://go.unl.edu/2022writinggroups
At the Writing Center, our undergraduate and graduate Writing Consultants work with writers at all levels, from all disciplines, at all stages of the writing process.
All members of the UNL community (students, faculty, and staff) are welcome.
Whether you are brainstorming or organizing ideas or polishing a final draft, we look forward to discussing your writing with you.
All forms of communication are welcome, from essays, lab reports, research papers, and journal articles to presentations, cover letters, personal statements, and theses/dissertations.
Have a quick question? Look in the bottom left corner to chat with us!
Our main location is 102 Andrews Hall. During the 2021-22 academic year, we are offering online and in-person appointments. Please schedule your appointments as usual through WCOnline. Visit our Online Writing Center Services page to learn more about our online formats.
Meet with a Consultant
To guarantee you have time to work with a consultant, we encourage you to make an appointment. Open an account with UNL's WConline and schedule your appointments in any of our locations.
Are you an instructor who would like to collaborate with the Writing Center? We are eager to work with you! Please visit our For Instructors page to learn about the many ways we can support you and your students. You can also go straight to our NEW language for your syllabus (updated for 2021-22).