PLEASE NOTE: Only Campus Village residents may use this service.
On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, we're located in the North 3rd Floor Common Room. On Sundays, we're located in the 1st Floor Classroom.
The Writing Center is pleased to provide both one-on-one and small-group assistance to residents of Campus Village at Auraria. Students making appointments for the Campus Village Center should select 'Campus Village' from the dropdown menu of our online scheduler
. Students can make 25-minute or 50-minute appointments.
• Appointments are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins are allowed but are subject to availability.
• Students who arrive more than 5 minutes after their scheduled start time will either forfeit their position to another waiting student (when applicable) or be asked to wait until the next available hour.
• Consultants will not assist students with take-home exams of any type unless the Writing Center has received written permission from the course instructor. Please plan ahead by asking your instructor to contact the Center directly.
What You Can Expect:
Our services include one-on-one and small-group writing consultations in areas such as:
- Generating, organizing and developing ideas
- Establishing effective proof reading skills
- Analysis, synthesis and argument
- Summary, paraphrase and documentation
- Understanding error pattern analysis
- Information literacy and research strategies
How To Prepare For a Consultation:
To ensure a productive session, please bring all relevant materials and documents to your session. This may include assignment descriptions, syllabi, class notes, instructor comments and your piece of writing (if you've started).
Workshops at Campus Village
the Writing Center and CVA Resident Assistants in the 1st Floor
Classroom for workshops on writing topics most relevant to
Tackling Common Errors in English Grammar
Presenter: Kelsie McWilliams
This workshop will address the most common errors consultants encounter
in clients' writing. It will cover basic usage of commas, semicolons,
colons, and dashes; how to write complete sentences and ensure parallel
structure; how to avoid subject verb disagreement; the function of
prepositional phrases; and using the known-new contract.
Arguments & Thesis Statements
Presenter: Selena Dickey
workshop focuses on developing arguments and expressing them through
strong thesis statements. We will review sample statements from a
variety of disciplines to better understand what works, what doesn't,
and why. We'll then practice creating our own.
MLA & APA Basics
Presenters: J.J. Clark
In this session, participants will be shown the basics
of citation in APA and MLA style. This workshop is designed for writers
from all disciplines who would like to have a better understanding of
how to cite. Page format, in-text citations, and References/Works Cited
sections will be covered.