We partner with programs and organizations across campus to provide students with opportunities to increase their communication, critical thinking, editing, and revision skills in various contexts. Our work with our partners ranges from continuing established practices — such as co-sponsoring events — to exploring new connections and finding innovative ways to bring writing to the forefront of Georgetown’s culture.
Want to partner with the Writing Center? Tutors can come to your organization, you can co-sponsor a workshop or event with us, or we can explore other possibilities. Let us know! Contact Marielle Hampe, Graduate Writing Center Coordinator, or Samuel Holley, the Undergraduate Staff Director of the Writing Center, with any ideas you want to explore.
The Writing Center is housed in the Georgetown University Writing Program, which provides Georgetown undergraduates with a core writing curriculum. In addition to supporting the Georgetown community through the Writing Center and a core curriculum for writing, the Writing Program spearheads faculty writing curriculum initiatives and teaching networks, conducts research and development projects around writing pedagogy, and is conducting an institutional ethnography of cultures of writing at Georgetown. For more information about the program’s work, visit its website or contact Dr. Sherry Linkon, Director of the Georgetown University Writing Program.