Welcome to the Judith L. Beumer Writing Center!
The Writing Center will open on February 2nd both in-person and online. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
We offer individual peer consultations and workshops on writing to support your growth as a writer. Make an appointment at any time by going to valpo.mywconline.com.
Having trouble scheduling an appointment? Please register with our scheduling software.
In our sessions, we provide strategies and guidance on writing assignments from any discipline, at any stage in the writing process, and for writers at all skill levels. We welcome graduate and undergraduate students! Our goal is for you to become a credible, more confident writer who is able to make the best choices in any writing situation. We hope to see you soon!
The Writing Center offers resources and conversation vital to producing good writers. Good writers, we believe, consider situation, people, and rhetorical possibilities and will communicate in an ethical and effective manner. Our practice is rooted in the understanding that writing plays an essential role in the learning process. We are student-centered, committed to advancing Valparaiso University’s dynamic learning community.
What we do
Our writing consultants are here to talk to you about your writing. They can offer guiding questions, advice, and resources regarding any stage of the writing process. We want you to leave the Writing Center with a good understanding of what you can do in your next draft.
Come in for a face-to-face conference, which generally lasts 25-30 minutes. You may schedule online here: valpo.mywconline.com, or you may check for walk-in appointments when there is a green light on the Writing Center walk-in availability sign outside of the Writing Center. We look forward to working with you!
We are located in the Christopher Center on the first floor.
Welcome to the Valpo Writing Center
Megan Gilliam – Sociology/Criminology and English Major
Writing Center Consultation
This video features a Writing Center consultation at Valparaiso University with student and consultant reflections.