We can visit your class in-person or virtually for brief informational sessions about our writing support services available to students.
Faculty thinking about or teaching writing can meet with our Executive Director to discuss writing pedagogy.
We can tailor workshops for faculty, GSIs, and to meet any specific classroom needs.
Writing Services for Students
At Writing Workshop, undergraduate and graduate students can schedule a 30-minute in-person or online appointment with a Sweetland instructor to discuss course-related writing projects.
Peer Writing Centers
At our Peer Writing Centers, undergraduate students can schedule a 45-minute in-person or online appointment with a Sweetland-trained, undergraduate peer writing consultant to discuss any kind of writing, course-related or personal. We also offer Asynchronous Written Feedback that allows students to upload their writing and receive written feedback via email.
Our Writing Guides cover frequent questions writers at U-M face. We also have popular handouts used in our Peer Writing Centers available for download.
As you encourage your students to use our services, we ask you not to require their attendance or offer credit for it. We find that students who come to us of their own accord are more motivated to benefit from the session, and leave with a more productive attitude toward their writing and our services. It is our policy not to provide "proof" of attendance. If you have any questions about this policy, contact Sweetland's Associate Director, Simone Sessolo (email@example.com).
Sweetland Canvas Tool
Add Sweetland's Canvas Tool to your course's Canvas site using these instructions. The tool includes quick links to our Writing Support Services pages and Writing Guides.
The Sweetland Center for Writing offers free one-to-one writing support to all U-M undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of background or discipline. Sweetland faculty and peer writing consultants meet with student writers to help with any stage of the writing process, from initial brainstorming to final revisions. Learn more at lsa.umich.edu/sweetland.
Our lending library houses journals and books related to writing and writing pedagogy. All University faculty and graduate student instructors are invited to use the library, located in Sweetland's office (1310 North Quad).