Beginning March 18, the RWC will offer online-only assistance for the remainder of the Winter 2020 Semester.
- To make a virtual Zoom appointment, login and navigate to our “Synchronous (Zoom) Consultations” schedule. For details about this service, click here.
- To make a virtual email appointment, login and navigate to our “Asynchronous (Email) Consultations” schedule. For details about this service, click here.
- To request a virtual drop-in consultation, chat with our receptionists here to be connected with the next available research or writing consultant via Zoom.
The BYU Research & Writing Center provides a supportive and resource-rich environment where trained consultants collaborate with students to increase awareness, abilities, and confidence in any part of the research and writing process.
- We are all writers, researchers, and learners
- Learning to write is an individual, ongoing process that requires experimentation, practice, and time
- Collaborative, experiential learning is a valuable mode of learning that relies upon effective communication and adaptability
- Writing facilitates learning and community, so context, audience, and genre matter
- All writers–emerging to advanced–can benefit from sharing their writing with careful, supportive readers
- Research and writing center work is professional academic work
Research & Writing Center Staff and Administration
- International Writing Centers Association (IWCA)
- Rocky Mountain Writing Centers Association (RMWCA)
- National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing (NCPTW)
- National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
- Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)
- College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA)
- TESOL International Association (TESOL)
- Intermountain TESOL (I-TESOL)