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Writing Support

The Graduate School, in partnership with the Efaw Center for Educator Excellence and the Office of International Engagement, offers one-on-one writing assistance for graduate students.

Graduate Writing Fellows can assist you with academic writing development (including but not limited to; structure and coherence, argument logic, critical analysis, and use and formatting of citations). This assistance is not designed to be a proofreading/editing service.

When you make an appointment, please have the document you need help with ready to email to our writing fellows before the meeting. If the appointment is regarding an assignment, please make sure it is at least ten days in advance before your writing assignment is due.

Additional Resources

Video tutorials on Thesis/Dissertation formatting

Milner Library's Guide to Academic Writing - Resource repository for topics related to academic writing including strategies for writing, grammar, punctuation, and avoiding plagiarism & self-plagiarism as well as information on writing literature reviews and abstracts.

Milner Library's Guide to Citing Sources - Style guides for APA, MLA, Chicago, and other citation methods, as well as source management/citation creation suggestions.

Graduate Student Canvas Site - Collection of resources related to writing support.