COVID-19 Resources & Updates

Here For You CCAS COVID-19 Resources & Updates


NEW Virtual Café!

In this era of social and physical distancing, it has become important to build structure into our days and to create our own writing communities, both to combat feelings of isolation and to motivate ourselves to write. Come join us!

Writing Support Group featured in Hatchet Article

GW Writing Center director Carol Hayes said the writing groups will allow students to share their experiences with similar assignments and grow as writers.

Announcing the NEW Long-Term Project Program!

The Writing Center is trying out an all new pilot program for those that need long term writing help for larger projects!

Writers love us!

Our work at the Writing Center is always rewarding, but we especially love when we hear positive feedback from writers! A recently graduated client was nice enough to send us the following e-mail and let us publish it!


Fall 2020 Virtual Hours (EST)


Monday - Thursday        9a-9p

Friday                             9a-3p

Saturday                      CLOSED

Sunday                          5p-10p


Appointments can only be self-booked up to 2 hours in advance via WC Online. To book an appointment within 2 hours of an appointment time, contact our staff at Front Desk WebEx Chat -or- [email protected]



The Writing Center has shifted to virtual operations! For the Fall 2020 semester, the Writing Center will offer all members of the GW community online consultations on writing projects. We'll use Zoom's video-conferencing software to hold 50-minute appointments, where our writing consultants will work in dialogue with writers at all stages of the writing process. We look forward to working with you!





Writing Center Door
The University Writing Center offers members of the GW community opportunities to receive dedicated attention to their writing and research projects at all stages of the writing process. Our trained writing consultants work with writers from the first-year college experience up through post-doctorate and faculty levels. Rather than providing proofreading and editing, the Writing Center works to help the people who come through our doors strengthen their abilities as writers and to become stronger editors of their own work.

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