Please bring a hard copy of your paper drafts to your appointment.
The Writing Center uses an online appointment system called WCOnline. We have worked with developers to ensure that WCOnline is a user-friendly, robust sytem, customized specifically for the needs of Emory students.
How to register for WCOnline
At the top of the log in area, select Click here to register.
You will be directed to a form titled Create a New Account. Be sure to use your Emory email address when completing this form, because email addresses ending in anything other than @emory.edu will be rejected.
After you complete the form, click the Register button at the bottom of the page. An automated account activation email will be sent to your Emory email address. If the email does not appear in your inbox, please check your junk/spam folder.
Click the link in the activation email to activate your account.
You’re all set to log in and make appointments!
Writers may have only one WCOnline account. Multiple WCOnline accounts belonging to a single writer will be disabled. If you forget your password, please reset it by selecting Click here to reset your password at the bottom of the log in area. Deliberate violation of this policy could result in disciplinary action.
Writers may only make appointments using their own WCOnline account. Please do not use a friend’s WCOnline account to set an appointment. Please do not share your WCOnline password with anyone.
Writers are not allowed to have more than one appointment per day or two appointments per week. A walk-in appointment counts as one appointment. Writers who disregard this policy will receive one written warning and then will be blocked from making appointments for the rest of the semester. Continued, deliberate violation of this policy could result in further disciplinary action.
Writers must use WCOnline to cancel their appointments at least one hour in advance. Emailing the writing center, emailing your tutor, going to the writing center, or calling the writing center to ask someone to cancel your appointment for you are not acceptable cancellation methods. If you do not show for your appointment and you fail to cancel that appointment one or more hours before the start time, you will be considered a "no-show" for that appointment.
No-shows. Writers are responsible for canceling their own appointments. If a writer fails to show up for a scheduled appointment and has not cancelled the appointment via WCOnline, he/she will be counted as a "no-show." Writers who are more than 10 minutes late for an appointment will also be counted as no-shows. If a writer is a no-show two times, he/she will automatically be blocked from making appointments for the rest of the semester (and for the first month of the following semester if the offense occurs near the end of the semester). This policy will be strictly enforced.
For a more thorough listing of all of Emory Writing Center’s policies, please visit our policies page.