Wofford Writing Center

Drop in to work on any piece of writing for your courses and beyond. Every writer needs feedback to communicate better, and we are here to talk things through, whether you’re nearly finished or you haven’t written the first word yet. 

What to expect

The Writing Center strives to be a supportive, inclusive space, and if you bring your work to us, our goal is to help you move toward your goals. It can be stressful to share your ideas, but our consultants will spend time getting to know you and give you another person’s non-judgmental perspective. You can come in at any stage of the writing process, and you are free to come in multiple times for the same project to develop a dialogue about your writing. The Writing Center is open to all members of the Wofford community.

We are a walk-in center, so you can come by our space in the library any time during our hours, which you can find posted on the library website, and someone will be there to chat! It may be helpful to bring a hard copy of your writing.

We can’t do everything at once, so each writer should expect to have a maximum of one 45-minute session per day. 

The Writing Center is located on the main floor of the Sandor Teszler Library.

Director of the Writing Center

Dr. Allison Douglass
Assistant Professor of English