Welcome to the University of Maine Writing Center!

Mission Statement

The University of Maine Writing Center works with all students and faculty on any kind of composition at any point in the process. Our mission is to create a lasting and positive relationship between writers and their writing through peer-to-peer collaboration.

We are a Safe Zone certified learning space committed to empowering and energizing all writer’s identities.

Come see us!

 Our main location is in 402 Neville Hall, but in our quest to write where the writers are, we’ve opened Writing Center Satellite locations in student hubs across campus. We now have locations in the Commuter Lounge, ground floor of the Memorial Union;  Student Accessibility Services, 104 East Annex; the First Year and Transfer Center, 145 Memorial Union; the Multicultural Center, 312 Memorial Union; the Honors College, first floor of Colvin Hall; and evening tutoring in Fogler library. You can even find us online!

Contact umwcenter@maine.edu or call 581-3828 for questions and accommodations 

Beyond a tutorial we provide: 

  • Tutoring in languages other than English (see About the Tutors for further details)
  • Online tutoring
  • Plagiarism, MLA, APA, and Grammar Workshops
  • PC Workstation with Internet access
  • Apple TV for presentations
  • A comfortable study environment with tutors ready to answer questions and give advice
  • A SafeZone trained environment

First Visit?

Go to WCOnline to register for an account  with your maine.edu email. You can view our schedule and make appointments right online.

Whether it’s creative writing, a presentation, literature review, or finding and citing sources, we can help.

 



Suggestions

  • Do you have any suggestions for services we can provide? Any workshop ideas? Let us know!

 

General Info

Email Address: umwcenter@maine.edu (use this for any general questions or comments you may have)

Director: Paige Mitchell (581.3832)

FounderHarvey Kail

Tutor Coordinators: Cara Morgan and Chris Hunter

ELL Specialists: Paige Mitchell, Zhen Zhang, and Sean Chung