The Sweetland Center for Writing, a comprehensive writing center, exists to support student writing at all levels and in all forms and modes.
To accomplish this mission, Sweetland oversees the College of LSA’s First-Year and Upper-Level writing requirements, offers one-to-one tutoring for undergraduate and graduate students in our faculty-led Writing Workshop and undergraduate Peer Writing Center, and teaches writing courses from the 100 to the graduate level.
Sweetland provides support for all multilingual and international undergraduate students, offering a range of credit-bearing courses and sessions at our Writing Workshop and Peer Writing Center. We also assist faculty who are teaching multilingual students with resources and seminars.
In addition, Sweetland offers the Sweetland Minor in Writing, teaches and supports new media and multimodal forms of writing, and runs the invitational Dissertation Writing Institute and Sweetland Fellows Seminar. Sweetland offers consultations and workshops for instructors and students across the University, and conducts research on writing.
Sweetland Center for Writing
1310 North Quad
105 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
phone 734.764.0429 | fax 734.763.9148
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The following directions are to Sweetland's academic office at 1310 North Quad, home of Writing Workshop and our faculty and staff offices. Peer Writing Centers are located in the Shapiro Library (2160) and Alice Lloyd Hall (1059).
Directions to the North Quad building
Directions to our offices in North Quad
The best way to Sweetland offices is through the Washington Street entrance (at Thayer). Enter the main tower doors.
To use the stairs, go down the stairs located to your immediate right. Continue straight, not right, down the hallway. You will see an archway with Sweetland Center for Writing and Language Resource Center signage above it. We are on the left.
To use the elevator, continue straight from the lobby towards the Media Gateway; the elevator will be on your left before entering the Media Gateway. Take the elevator to the first floor, turn right out of the elevator, then right again down the hallway. You will see Sweetland Center for Writing and Language Resource Center on the hallway arch. We are on the left.