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Attention All Students!!!

No student is allowed more than two (2) appointments in one week.  Also, no student is allowed two (2) appointments in one day.

Attention Graduate Students!!!

Beginning 10/23/2014, the Writing Center will be instituting a new policy.  Any graduate student working on a thesis or dissertation will be allowed no more than three (3) appointments in a thirty-day (30-day) period.  If a graduate student schedules more than the allotted number of appointments, his or her appointments will be canceled.

 

Writing Center Scheduling

Writing Center appointments are scheduled online.  Please use this link: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/writingcenter   

You will need to log on using your JHED ID.  Please contact the Writing Center at writingcenter@jhu.edu or at 410-516-4258 if have any questions or problems scheduling or cancelling an appointment. Recent alumni working on graduate school applications are also eligible to use the Writing Center.

**Note: If for any reason you cannot attend your scheduled appointment, you should cancel the appointment in advance; students who miss multiple appointments will not be allowed to schedule future appointments until a two-week probationary period has elapsed.

 

Note: If you scheduled an appointment using our temporary scheduler, your appointment has now been transferred to the permanent scheduler at the link above.

 

Hours

During the fall and spring semesters, the Writing Center is usually open for appointments on Sundays through Thursdays from 2:00pm to 10:00pm (last appointment at 9 pm). We are not open during Intersession, and during the summer, we have limited hours. Please check our scheduling website above for more information.

Appointments are scheduled in 50-minute sessions and begin on the hour.

Drop-ins

You may also drop by our office without an appointment.  As long as one of our tutors has an open appointment, he or she will be happy to consult with you.  Drop-in conferences are on a first-come, first-serve basis.  During the busier times of the academic year, especially toward the middle and end of a semester, you should probably schedule an appointment in advance.