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Spring 2022 Access to the GW Writing Center

The GW Writing Center will follow all COVID policies as set by GW administration. 

This includes:

  • Must have an active GWorld card to enter Gelman Library
    •  In-person appointments are held in our office in Gelman Library. In order to attend your appointment you will need to have an active GWorld to access Gelman Library.
  • Face masks must be worn during In Person appointments
    • Per GW policy, maks must be worn at all times while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. You will need to wear a mask during In Person appointments in the Center.

 

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Appointments

The GW Writing Center offers two separate schedules in WC Online: one for in-person appointments and one for virtual appointments. Both in-person and virtual appointments are subject to GW Writing Center policies.

In order to book an appointment you will need a WC Online account. For instructions on how to create an account, and for information on how and what to prepare, please visit our Before your Appointment page.

 

  In-Person Appointments Virtual Appointments
Appointment Length: 25 minutes or 50 minutes 50 minutes only (This allows time for technical troubleshooting.)
Location Held: In person at the GW Writing Center, Gelman Library Suite 221 Online via Zoom. Zoom links are sent the night before or morning of an appointment, depending on when a client books in relation to operating hours.
Who Can Book:

GW community members with an active GWorld account.

  • In Person appointments are held in Gelman Library and you have to have an active GWorld to enter.

GW commuity members and alumni/consortium.

  • Zoom links are sent the night before or morning of an appointment, depending on when a client books in relation to operating hours.
How to Book:

Online via WC Online.

  • Book up to two weeks in advance! Select "Next Week" at the top of a schedule to view future dates.

  • Book a 25 -or- 50 min appointment and select "IN-PERSON" for the Appointment Format question on the appointment form.

 

 

 Book an In-Person Appointment

Online via WC Online.

  • Book up to two weeks in advance! Select "Next Week" at the top of a schedule to view future dates.

  • Book a 50 min appointment and select "VIRTUAL" for the Appointment Format question on the appointment form. 

  • NOTE that if you book your VIRTUAL appointment less than (2) two hours prior to the appointment start time, you will need to call or front desk (202-994-3765) or email [email protected] to ensure you receive your Zoom link in time.  

Book a Virtual Appointment

See our Satellite Locations for more In-Person Appointment opportunities!


Accessibility

The GW Writing Center's appointment website, WC Online, is accessible with a screen reader. The text-only area can be accessed through the ACCESS TEXT-ONLY/ACCESSIBLE & MOBILE VERSION link that appears at the top left of nearly every page in WC Online and is intended for use with screen-reading programs and other accessibility tools.

 


Waitlist

If the day when you would like to schedule an appointment on WC Online is completely booked, you can choose to join our waitlist. The waitlist feature on WC Online will notify you of any appointments that get canceled during the time(s) you have selected. Once you are notified of the availability, you can log in to WC Online or contact the Front Desk via phone or email to schedule the appointment. 

Please note that notifications for open appointments will be sent to everyone on the waitlist who requested that time, so reserving the appointment immediately upon receipt of the notification is key.

How to Join the Waitlist in WC Online

  1. Click on Waiting List link at the bottom right of the day you would like to be placed on the waitlist.
  2. Select a start and end time for when you would like to be notified of open appointments. Then, press "Join the Waiting List." The greater your availability, the greater your chances are of being able to claim a canceled appointment.

 


GW Law School Writing Center

The GW Law Writing Center is staffed by upper-level law students or Writing Fellows and serves the current GW Law community ONLY.

The Law Writing Center provides assistance on legal writing assignments and analytical and legal analysis. For more information, please visit the GW Law Writing Center webpage.