Writing Center

Writing Center Welcome Video

Tutoring sessions are held in 2 ways:
1. Face-to-face inside the Writing Center in Elizabeth Hall--by appointment or drop in.
2. Online in Google Chat through your student Wildcat Gmail inbox--by appointment or drop in -- with us at write@weber.edu.

You Can Schedule an Appointment

The Appointment button above will take you to the portal log in. 
It will then go right into the Starfish app.
Click on any of your classes in the calendar, and tutoring options will appear on the right side of your screen.

 Drop-in Sessions Are Held Both In Person and Online in Real Time

For In-Person Sessions

  1. Come into the Writing Center in Elizabeth Hall, Room 210.
  2. Sign in at the log-in screen.
  3. Print your paper at the back computer -- it's free for tutoring sessions.
  4. Have a seat, and the office assistant will let the tutor know you're here!

For Online Sessions

  1. Log in to your student Wildcat Mail Gmail account, and start an email or Chat session with us at write@weber.edu.
  2. We will answer you & help you to get going.
  3. Share your paper with us in Google Docs so that you and the tutor can see the paper together. You can see and hear each other through Google Meet video; we'll show you how.

 Appointment Sessions Are Held Both In Person or Online in Real Time

Schedule an appointment to meet with a writing tutor to go over your paper or project.

Schedule an Appointment

  1. The Appointment button above will take you to the portal log in. 
    It will then go right into the Starfish app.
    Click on any of your classes in the calendar, and tutoring options will appear on the right side of your screen.
  2. At the time of your appointment, the tutor will use Chat to help you share your paper and to start the video call from the Chat/Meet window.
  3. Click Join in the pop-up window on your email screen to get started.

 Post-session Review

  • For post-session review  after your tutoring session, you can request that the tutor look at your next draft and send you further feedback. On this page, you submit your revised draft, describing what your remaining concerns and questions are. This type of response is for students who have already had a tutoring session, online or face-to-face, and would like a follow-up look at a draft. Name the tutor you worked with or the day on which you had your tutoring session, and the tutor will give a follow-up response to your paper or project. 

Graduate Writing Hours

For Graduate Writers Seeking Graduate Peer Support

Graduate students seeking to work with graduate peers can drop in in person or online, or they can make appointments
by going through the Starfish app or by Chatting or emailing us at write@weber.edu
We have 2 experienced graduate writing tutors on shift in the Writing Center along with smart, experienced undergrads.
The hours during which students can currently find William Maxfield, MENG graduate, on shift are these:
Tues. & Thurs. 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Fri. 10:00 am - 11:30 am
William can also take evening and Saturday shifts by appointment. 
Angela Fantone, current MENG student and TA, works at these times:
MWF 8:30 am - 10:30 am


Fall 2023 Hours

Hours To Get Tutoring
Face to Face and Online

Mon. - Thurs.    8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday               8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Online Only

Monday - Thurs.    5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday              10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
-- message us at write@weber.edu --

Success Tip

If you think you might miss your face-to-face appointment, email or Chat message us from your Wildcat email account, and we'll meet you online instead. You must be at a computer to open your paper for your online session.

Days Closed

  • Sept. 4, Oct. 20, Nov. 23 - 26
  • Nov. 22, Center closes at 3:00 p.m.
  • Dec. 11 - 14, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Center closes for the semester on Thurs., Dec. 14, at 4:00 p.m.

Location & Contact 

  • Elizabeth Hall, Room 210
  • To contact the Writing Center to make an appointment, call
  • Or send a message from your Wildcat email account to us at write@weber.edu
  • To contact the Writing Center Coordinator about other concerns or ideas
    Claire Hughes
    desk: 801-626-8722
    cell: 801-920-7120

Get the Most out of a Writing Center Tutoring Session

  • Remember that you can talk with a tutor before you write the paper in order to understand the instructions or brainstorm ideas to research or write about. You can have as many tutoring sessions as you like while you develop and edit your writing.
  • Plan your time, coming in early in the writing process and leaving yourself time to revise. You may also want one or more follow-up sessions, and planning well allows you time to revise well and edit well.
  • Bring a description of the assignment, if available, and be as familiar as you can with your professor’s expectations.
  • Unless you are seeking a brainstorming session, bring a copy of your most recent draft of your paper or digital project. Also, our printers are available to print works to be tutored, and you can open your Adobe projects on our computers.
  • Let the tutor know what you are most concerned about, and be sure to ask questions. This relationship is meant to support your ability to compose and revise with confidence and skill.
  • If you make an appointment, be certain to arrive 5-10 minutes early in order to get the nearest available tutor to your time slot. Arriving late means losing the appointment slot, but you can still get in line for a drop-in session.

Davis Campus Writing Center

Tutors can help with writing projects from any WSU course. We provide peer tutoring for a range of lower-division courses, with a focus on general education courses. You can choose to drop in or schedule an appointment. Tutoring is free to all WSU students.

801-626-6463  |  1395 Edvalson Street, Department 1411 Ogden, UT 84408