You are eligible to work with the writing centre at the college or campus where you’re registered. If you take a college-program course (the ones labelled INI, NEW, SMC, TRN, UNI, or VIC), you may also take assignments from that course to the college writing centre. Here is the contact information:
- Innis College Writing Centre, Innis College, Rooms 315 and 321.
- New College Writing Centre, Wilson Hall, Rooms 2045 and 2047.
- St. Michael’s Writing Centre, Kelly Library Learning Commons.
- Trinity College Writing Centre, Trinity College, Academic Resource Centre, Room 3.
- University College Writing Centre, University College, Rooms 259E, 259F, and 259G.
- Victoria College Writing Centre, Online and telephone appointments only during the pandemic.
- Woodsworth College Academic Writing Centre, Woodsworth College, Room 107.
Rotman Commerce students have access to specialized online writing and presentation coaching through the RC Centre for Professional Skills writing centre in addition to their college writing centres.
If you are taking a course in French or Philosophy, you may be eligible to work with a specialized writing centre. Call the Department of French at 416 926-2302 for information about its services for this academic year. The Philosophy Essay Clinic is now in Room 422, Jackman Humanities Building. Check online for drop-in hours or for instructions about booking by email.
Support for multilingual students is available through the Faculty of Arts & Science’s English Language Learning program.
Find out about Writing Plus, the free group workshops given by the downtown college writing centres.
The Transitional Year Programme Writing & Academic Skills Centre provides one-on-one instruction in writing and in learning strategy. Our instructors and alumni peer-tutors will assist you with your writing at any stage of the process, whether you are brainstorming, researching, pre-writing, proposing, composing, revising, or polishing your essay or assignment. Our learning strategist can assist with academic skill-building, including notetaking and time-management strategies; study skills and test-taking practices; critical thinking, reading, writing, and research skills. For 2020-21, all tutoring sessions and one-on-one appointments will occur online.