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Additional Emory Writing Support by School


This working document lists the various writing support services available for students, faculty, and staff at the schools of Emory University. Support services are organized alphabetically by school. If a service supports more than one school, it is listed under both.

Candler School of Theology

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Candler Writing Program

  • What: in-person consultations, tutoring sessions by appointment, walk-in tutoring sessions, writing workshops, assistance with academic writing, assistance with research skills, Assistance with statements of purpose for graduate school applications
  • Who: Candler undergraduate and Candler graduate students
  • Contact:
Academic Development

English for Speakers of Other Languages Program

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Emory College of Arts and Sciences

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Career Center

  • What: In-person consultations, assistance with job application materials , assistance with fellowship application materials
  • Who:  Emory College undergraduate students only for in-person consultations; workshops for all students.
Career

Emory Writing Center

Callaway Memorial Center
  • What: Any writing project; in-person consultations, tutoring sessions by appointment, walk-in tutoring sessions, assistance with academic writing, assistance with job application materials, assistance with fellowship application materials, assistance with research skills, assistance with digital communication literacy/projects.
  • Who: Emory College undergraduate students, Laney Graduate School students, School of Nursing students, and Medical Imaging Program students.
  • Contacts:
    • Mandy Suhr-Sytsma, Ph.D; Director
    • Levin Arnsperger, Ph.D; Associate Director for English Language Learning
    • Lex Hackney, Program Coordinator
Writing Center

EPASS Peer Programs

  • What: Content specific support for math, science, languages and the humanities at the 100 and 200 levels primarily. 
  • Who: Emory College undergraduate students in ECAS classes only
  • Contacts:
College Connect

Peer Led Mentor Groups

  • What: Similar to a "Supplemental Instruction" in design and scope.  These Mentor sessions are led by students that have successfully completed the course.  The philosophy is to develop learning communities that promote student interdependence by providing problem sets for students to work in small groups.  Faculty members select the Mentors and develop the problem sets. 
  • Who: Emory College undergraduate students in BIOL141/142, CHEM141/142, CHEM221/222, PHYS141/142, PHYS151/152, QTM100
  • Contacts:
College Connect

English Language Learning Program

  • What: in-person consultations, tutoring sessions by appointment, assistance with academic writing, courses for English language learners
  • Who: Support is offered to undergraduate students who are English language learners as well as instructors of classes with ELLs
  • Contacts:
College Connect

Learning Specialist (Academic Advising and Support)

  • What: one-on-one consultation appointments to discuss study skills such as: time management, critical reading, memory and concentration, etc.
  • Who: Emory College undergraduate students only
  • Contact:
College Connect

ILA Writing Support (Including IDS and AMST programs and Writing Labs)

  • What: Structured 10-week curriculum in writing and research, extra curricular requirement of all 100-level WR courses
  • Who: ILA undergraduate students only
  • Contact:
Writing Labs

Woodruff Library

  • What: Offer workshops on Zotero, EndNote, and other writing and documentation software; offer space; sponsor the Woodruff Library Writing Center fellowship for a graduate student to act as liaison between Woodruff Library and the Emory Writing Center.
  • Who: Any Emory student, faculty, or staff
  • Contact:
Library

Emory School of Law

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ELL Support

  • What: Academic support for English Language Learners
  • Who: Law School students
  • Contact:Kirsten Schaetzel, English Language Specialist
Office of Academic Engagement

Emory School of Medicine

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SciProConsulting

  • What: Assistance with grant writing or editing.
  • Who: School of Medicine students and researchers.
  • Contacts:

Goizueta Business School

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Business Writing Center

  • What: in-person consultations, walk-in tutoring sessions, skype tutoring sessions, assistance with job application materials, assistance with academic writing, assistance with fellowship application materials
  • Who: Goizueta undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff
  • Contacts: GBSIThelp@emory.edu
Business Writing Center

Career Management Center (BBA)

  • What: in-person consultations, online consultations, tutoring sessions by appointment, walk-in tutoring sessions, skype tutoring sessions, assistance with job application materials , assistance with fellowship application materials , assistance with digital communication literacy
  • Who: BBA students only
  • Contact:
Goizueta Career Services

Career Management Center (MBA)

  • What: in-person consultations, online consultations, assistance with job application materials
  • Who: MBA students only
  • Contacts: mbacmc@emory.edu
Management Center

Laney Graduate School

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Emory Writing Center

Callaway Memorial Center
  • What: Any writing project; in-person consultations, tutoring sessions by appointment, walk-in tutoring sessions, assistance with academic writing, assistance with job application materials, assistance with fellowship application materials, assistance with research skills, assistance with digital communication literacy/projects.
  • Who: Emory College undergraduates, Laney Graduate School students, School of Nursing students, and Medical Imaging Program students
  • Contacts: writingcenter@emory.edu
    • Mandy Suhr-Sytsma, Ph.D; Director
    • Levin Arnsperger, Ph.D; Associate Director for English Language Learning
    • Lex Hackney, Program Coordinator
Writing Center

English Language Support Program

  • What: in-person consultations, assistance with academic writing, assistance with job application materials, classes
  • Who: Laney graduate students only
  • Contact: Mackenzie Bristow, Program Director
ELSP

Grant Writing Program

Grant Writing

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

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Emory Writing Center

Callaway Memorial Center
  • What: Any writing project; in-person consultations, tutoring sessions by appointment, walk-in tutoring sessions, assistance with academic writing, assistance with job application materials, assistance with fellowship application materials, assistance with research skills, assistance with digital communication literacy/Domain of One's Own projects.
  • Who: Emory College undergraduates, Laney Graduate School students, School of Nursing students, and Medical Imaging Program students
  • Contacts: writingcenter@emory.edu
    • Mandy Suhr-Sytsma, Ph.D; Director
    • Levin Arnsperger, Ph.D; Associate Director for English Language Learning
    • Lex Hackney, Program Coordinator
Writing Center

Office of Enrollment and Student Services

  • What: in-person consultations, walk-in tutoring sessions, group tutoring, tutoring sessions by appointment
  • Who: Nursing undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
  • Contacts: Arnita Howard
  • Writing Support: Aaron Graham
Resources

Oxford College

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Oxford College Libraries

Library

Oxford College Writing Center

  • What: in-person consultations, walk-in tutoring sessions, assistance with academic writing, assistance with job application materials, assistance with research skills
  • Who: Oxford undergraduates
  • Contact: Belle Wang, Director
Oxford Writing Center

Rollins School of Public Health

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Career Services

Rollins Careers

English Language Learner Instruction

  • What: Classes, workshops and one-on-one meetings
  • Who: Rollins ELL students
  • Contact:
    • Hannah Nicol, Assistant Director, International Student Affairs & ELL
ELL Resources

Academic Writing Services

  • What: Writing tutoring services and workshops
  • Who: All Rollins students
  • Contact: Hannah Nicol, Assistant Director, International Student Affairs & ELL
Writing Resources