Locations

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Undergraduate Library, Room 251

Outside of 251 UGL

Our main location is room 251 Undergraduate Library (UGL). We’re located on the Upper Level (the talking floor, where the circulation desk is) of the library. This space is accessible by both stairs and an elevator.

Our UGL location contains a range of seating options, including round tables located just outside the entrance to the Workshop (ideal for group consultations) and cubicles inside the Workshop (ideal for individuals who would prefer to work in a quieter environment). We also host our drop-in hours and Research-and-Writing Undergraduate LibraryConsultations in this location on Sunday -Thursday from 4-9pm. You can find more information on the Undergraduate Library ADA Accessibility Map

UGL Hours:

  • Sunday, 1:00pm – 9:00pm;
  • Monday -Thursday, 10:00am – 9:00pm;
  • Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm.

In addition to our main location, we offer consultations at 3 satellite locations:

Molecular and Cellular Biology Learning Center, Room 101

MCB Learning Center sign We offer consultations in one of the study rooms (Room 115) within the Molecular and Cellular Biology Learning Center (Room 101, Burrill Hall). The MCB Learning Center includes a computer lab and study rooms. This location can be accessed via the southwest entrance of Burrill Hall (via ramp or stairs). After entering the building on the first floor, turn left to enter the Microbiology Learning Center (Room 101). Feel free to ask the front desk worker in the MCB Learning Center if you need assistance locating this space. You can find more information on the Burrill Hall ADA Accessibility Map.

A consultant and writer working together in the Microbiology Learning Center

 

Please note: The MCB Learning Center Writers Workshop satellite is intended for writers in the sciences. Writers from other backgrounds may use the site, but priority is given to work from scientific disciplines.

Molecular and Cellular Biology Learning Center Satellite Hours: 

  • Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 3:00 – 5:00pm;
  • Tuesday and Friday, 1:00 – 3:00pm 

Grainger Library, Room 402 

Located on the fourth floor and northwest side of the Grainger Engineering Library, Room 402 is a group study room and is ideal for group consultations and students who would prefer to work in a quieter setting. The Grainger satellite is convenient for writers on the north end of campus.  While engineering students often visit this location, with its proximity to the Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE), we also welcome writers from other fields to schedule a consultation in this location. This space includes a large table, multiple chairs, and a monitor hookup. You can find more information on the Grainger Library ADA Accessibility Map

Grainger Satellite Hours:

  • Monday, 2:00pm – 6:00pm;
  • Tuesday, 1:00pm – 4:00pm;
  • Wednesday, 11:00am – 6:00pm;
  • Thursday, 10:00am – 1:00pm, and 4:00pm – 7:00pm;
  • Friday, 10:00am – 2:00pm

Ikenberry Commons, Room 2010

The Ikenberry satellite can be found on the second floor of the Ikenberry Learning Commons (Room 2010). Part of the two-story Ikenberry Learning Commons, this Writers Workshop location is ideal for writers on the west side of campus, for writers who prefer a quieter environment for their consultations, and for writers who prefer evening consultations.  Ikenberry’s Learning Commons includes tables, computers, and the Ikenberry Library, as well as a handful of group study rooms. The Writers Workshop satellite can be found in one of these group study rooms, Room 2010C, which contains a large table and chairs, a dry erase board, and a monitor hookup. You can find more information on the the Ikenberry ADA Accessibility Map 

Ikenberry Satellite Hours:  

  • Sunday through Thursday, 5:30pm – 8:30pm  

Online Consultations 

In addition to our on-campus locations, the Writers Workshop also offers online consultations to better support writers on and off campus. All of our online appointments are synchronous, which means that they happen in real-time using video and audio components. You don’t need any special software (though a webcam and mic will help — otherwise, you’ll have to rely on a chat function); just make an appointment through our online scheduling system. 

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