Our Main Location is 251 Undergraduate Library
Schedule online to make an appointment or call us at(217) 333-8796!
Welcome to the Writers Workshop!
The Writers Workshop contributes to the intellectual and creative activities of the University of Illinois by providing support for all writers in the campus community--undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff.
The Writers Workshop provides individual and small-group consultations, hosts workshops on academic and professional writing concerns, sponsors writing groups and writing retreats, and visits classrooms upon request to introduce our resources or to provide a tailored, interactive presentation. You can view our past workshops by visiting this page; any of these can be requested or tailored for a particular audience.
Visit our online schedule to book your appointment. Please see our appointment page for more information about our policies. To request disability-related accommodations for our services, please contact Dr. Carolyn Wisniewski at email@example.com or call 217-333-8796.
The Writers Workshop is accepting applications for graduate writing consultants for Fall 2019! The application deadline is Friday, March 15, at 5pm.
More information about how to get involved as an undergraduate peer consultant is coming soon.
Writers Workshop Spring Break Writing Retreat
Monday, March 18th - Friday, March 22nd, 9am-12:30pm
Languages and Literatures Library (Main Library, room 200), north end
Hoping to get some writing done over Spring Break? Our writing retreat will offer a place and time to make efficient, distraction-free progress in a supportive atmosphere. No need to commit to the full week, but please plan to stay for the full writing period each day.
The Writers Workshop will be closed for Spring Break 3/17 - 3/24. We will re-open on 3/25 at 10am
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Have a Question About the Writers Workshop?
If you need to hire a proofreader, see the English Department's list of Editors for Hire. These editors typically work for hourly/per project rate, which should be negotiated with the individual.
You can also find information about the ESL Program's tutor and editor list at http://www.linguistics.illinois.edu/students/esl/AboutTutors.html