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Our live, online appointments now feature voice chat! Discuss your assignment with a tutor remotely. 


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Welcome to the Rowan Writing Center If you are a first-time user, register for an account by clicking the link to the left. All others, please login with your username and password to schedule appointments.


Each Writing Center appointment is a collaboration between the student and tutor. Students should arrive at the appointment as prepared as possible and expect to engage in the session. Tutoring appointments (whether face-to-face, live online, or asynchronous) are not strictly corrective or prescriptive. While happy to offer fresh eyes on an assignment, basic proofreading and editing is not a service the Writing Center provides.

We assist in developing the writer, not the assignment.


In order to prevent abuse of the Writing Center resources and ensure that those resources are being occupied as efficiently as possible, students must abide by the following terms of use:

  • Appointments are reserved, one-on-one sessions with a tutor and therefore students are expected to attend their scheduled appointments. Cancellations for any reason should be made as soon as the student knows he/she cannot attend.
  • Students are allowed to schedule up to 2 appointments per week unless otherwise approved by the Director of the Writing Center.
  • Students are not permitted to make multiple appointments on one day.
  • Students who miss two appointments in one term or demonstrate a pattern of cancelations will have their accounts suspended.
  • Students whose tutoring accounts have been suspended must contact the Director of the Writing Center to discuss having their privileges restored.