Writing Center

Writing Center

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Welcome to the UNK Writing Center which is located on the 2nd floor of the Calvin T. Ryan Library!

To schedule an appointment, please call 308-865-8905, stop by the LC Welcome Desk in person, or CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment on your own!

  • Free, friendly, face to face and online assistance with all writing projects at any point in the writing process.
  • Appointments of 30 minutes for 1-2 page paper(s) and 60 minutes for longer papers recommended and available year-round.
  • Late Policy—Please arrive on time! If you are 10 or more minutes late, we allow other patrons to use your appointment time.
  • Please have a Professor fill out a Permission Form for any Take-Home Exams.

Finals Week 2014 Tutoring Schedule

Tutors are available for appointments only (no walk-ins) from

7 PM to 9 PM, Sunday, Dec. 14

 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday through Wednesday, Dec. 15-17

9 AM to 12 AM, Thursday, Dec. 18

Please make appointments 24 hours in advance.

Students are limited to two appointments per week in the Writing Center. If you schedule an appointment for a face-to-face session, please consider sharing your paper in advance with the tutor so he or she can prepare for your session.

To share your paper in advance, click here. (Note: This is not where you submit your writing for eTutoring or online review. See below.)

eTutoring: Submit Your Writing Online

You may submit your writing for tutors to review. Tutors will NOT proofread; instead, they will make point out strengths and areas in need of improvement, ask you questions to help you think more critically about your writing and audience, and provide resources you can use to improve as a writer. 

You can expect your work to be returned within 2-4 days, not counting weekends.

CLICK HERE to submit your writing to the tutors for feedback.

eTutoring is UNAVAILABLE until the beginning of spring semester.


Students in 100-level ENG classes, learn how to write by writing! Click here to find out more about the Writing Studio and how it can help you improve as a writer.


Students in Speech 100, practice your presentations and get feedback from peers and trained tutors. Click here to find out more!