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Writing Resources (Berea College)

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Welcome to Writing Resources

Appointments last 50 minutes so consultants can enter reports and have time to get to other commitments. Please do not hesitate to make another appointment if you need more time. We cannot offer back-to-back sessions with the same consultant. Thank you for your understanding. 

To Schedule an Appointment: Click on the white box (available time). Your appointment, once made, will appear in yellow.

Your appointment may be reassigned to a consultant other than the one you've scheduled with unless explicitly stated in the comments section.

Consultations are periodically  shadowed, for training purposes, by a consultant-in-training or the Coordinator.

Running Behind Schedule: If you know you will be running late, please contact the front desk by calling (859-985-3404) in order to ensure your Consultant does not cancel your appointment.

*Schedule Full? Sign up on the Waitlist: Click the clock symbol next to the date on the schedule to sign up for the waitlist. Everyone on the waitlist will be sent a text or email if there is a cancellation, and the first to sign up gets the appointment.

We look forward to your visit to  Writing Resources, located on the ground floor of Hutchins Library in the Center For Teaching and Learning.

Welcome to Berea College Writing Resources!

Writing Resources is a full-service writing center serving students, faculty, and staff primarily through one-on-one peer tutoring sessions with our consultants. We know that each writer can and does improve as they practice, and we meet all writers where they are in order to help them develop their abilities further.

It is our hope that students will come to the Center for Teaching and Learning for orientation during their first year and continue to visit until graduation as they further refine their critical thinking, communication, and writing skills. Our students, faculty, and accomplished staff members offer a wide range of expertise and are available during daytime and evening hours on the lower level of Hutchins Library. Through workshops and one-on-one consulting, our professional staff supports faculty development, Tutor and TA Programs, and advanced writing development across Berea's campus.