The Writing Center’s Summerville location is open for summer sessions

The Augusta University Writing Center’s Summerville location will be open May 20 to Aug. 2 for summer sessions. Located in room N204 in Allgood Hall, the summer hours of operation will be Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Writing Center will offer in-person and real-time online assistance, with asynchronous online assistance, including forums or email communications, available for graduate students, faculty and staff.

Students seeking in-person and synchronous online appointments can schedule an appointment online. Graduate students, faculty and staff who would like to submit work for asynchronous, online feedback can submit on the Graduate Student Services page.

In addition to offering writing consultations, the Writing Center is also available for brief in-class informational visits, in-class writing workshops, appearances at orientations and university events and guest presentations throughout the summer sessions.

The Health Sciences location in Greenblatt Library will be closed throughout the summer sessions.

For more information, contact Dr. Candis Bond, director of the Augusta University Writing Center, email the Augusta University Writing Center or call 706-667-4722.

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