Writing Center PLV
"I don't want to let my secret out-- the writing center is my hidden gem!"
--Matt Fermo, Student, College of Health Professions
About Pace University’s Pleasantville Writing Center
All writers benefit from individualized attention to their writing and their writing process. For this reason, the Pace University Pleasantville Writing Center works with all writers at any stage of the writing process. Our free writing consultations offer writers individualized support as they negotiate the demands that press upon any genre of writing. In addition to offering writing consultations for individuals and groups, the Writing Center also offers programming and engages in research dedicated to writing and writing instruction.
THE WRITING CENTER IS ONLINE FOR FALL 2020
To make an appointment, please visit our online scheduling walkthrough.
As a result of current circumstances, the writing center will operate fully online for the fall 2020 semester. We will maximize our resources, offering some one-on-one appointments and workshops led by writing consultants on a variety of topics. Using Zoom, writing consultants will be able to see, hear, and collaborate with students. They will ask thoughtful questions, offer strategies to help create better writers, and inspire students to talk about their writing. Students are encouraged to bring writing from all disciplines and at all stages of the writing process, from outlines to completed drafts, as well as non-academic/personal works.
If you are a graduate student, please email email@example.com to make an appointment.
Join a writing consultant and your peers on Zoom! Every Monday night from 5-7 p.m., we encourage you to bring a writingassignment from your class. You may spend the time working individually or in small groups. A writing consultant will be there to help along the way!
The Writing Center is working closely with the English Department to create cohesive Zoom workshops to maximize resources, reinforce classroom material, and support students during the writing process. Each workshop will encourage students to begin thinking critically about their assignments. Workshops will be 60 minutes. The first 30 minutes will include an interactive lesson and/or a closer look at examples.
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