Announcement: Students enrolled in summer courses may now book up to two appointments per week during the summer. You may book up to three appointments in total at any time.
New UC students can now sign up for our Getting Started Early program—designed to help you make the transition to wrting at U of T. You can enroll for any of the six group workshops offered mornings or afternoons between August 12 and August 14. Or bring in a high school essay for a 50-minute one-on-one appointment any time between now and August 7.
During the 2014 Summer Session, all undergraduate students taking courses in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the St. George campus are eligible to use any of the five college writing centres that remain open for the summer. (You may bring work only for St. George campus courses.)
You may reserve your appointments at either Innis College, New College, University College, Victoria College, or Woodsworth College.
If you have never had a one-on-one appointment at the UC Writing Centre, please read up on how to use us.
Click on the following link to log in to the online booking system:
The UC Writing Centre is located in the UC Library (Laidlaw Wing, 2nd floor, northeast corner).
Group sessions on academic skills are offered through Writing Plus during fall and spring terms.
UC and UC program students interested in creative fiction and non-fiction will be able to book an appointment with this year's Barker Fairley Distinguished Visitor, award-winning writer Anne Michaels.
UC students seeking admission to a professional or graduate school may seek help on admissions letters. Learn more about our one-on-one policies.
Find out about the activities offered through the English Language Learning Program. The Communication Cafe and Reading eWriting begin early in fall term.