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The UC Writing Centre

If you're registered at University College, you have access to free one-on-one appointments at the UC Writing Centre. Our highly trained instructors will consult with you individually on course assignments at any stage of the writing process and in any subject. Other undergraduate students enrolled in University College program courses may bring in work for those courses.

Appointments are now available for the second term of summer. 

You may book up two appointments per week during the summer. UC students may book in any of the six FAS colleges that remain open in the summer.

Book, Cancel, or View Appointments

After you log in, select Face-to-Face to manage your one-on-one appointments.

If you have never had a one-on-one appointment at the UC Writing Centre, please read up on how to use us.

The UC Writing Centre is located in the UC Library (Laidlaw Wing, 2nd floor, northeast corner).

A note on accessibility: Due to the UC Revitalization Project Construction, there is currently no wheelchair-accessible entrance to University College.  Since the UC Quad is a high-traffic construction area during this phase of the project, the rear laneway has been blocked and entry must be restricted as a safety precaution. We will continue to evaluate the situation and we hope to be able re-open our barrier-free entrance this spring. In the meantime, if you plan to attend the UC Writing Centre and need accessibility assistance, please notify the director of the Writing Centre to arrange safe escort through the construction zone.


Writing Centre
The ELL Program's new summer mini-course, English Language Learning through Canadian Literature, will be held August 26 – 30, 2019, from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.  This free, non-credit course will introduce you to Canadian literature while giving you great practice in reading, discussion, vocabulary building, and writing.  The course will be taught by Prof. Leora Freedman, ELL coordinator and award-winning novelist.  Visit the ELL website for more information. o register, send your name, college, and year of studies to