The Writing Centre offers an array of writing workshops to help you push your writing to the next level. Students can organize a writing workshop for themselves, and instructors / faculty / TAs can organize one for their students. We offer writing workshops that anyone can attend at Stauffer Library and other locations, and we collaborate with The School of Graduate Studies’ Expanding Horizons program to provide workshops on literature reviews, revising academic work, and other graduate-related writing topics. Scroll down to the bottom of this page for links to writing workshops that you can attend!

The most popular kind of workshop we offer is by instructor request; we design course-specific sessions based on an instructor’s requirements so that students can get a clear picture of the writing requirements of a particular assignment. Instructors who wish to request a workshop simply fill out a form in order to initiate the process: Writing Workshop Request Form.

We address everything from grammar fundamentals to dissertation structure, depending on the request. For faculty / instructors / TAs, providing your students with a targeted workshop means better writing for you to assess. We know from extensive evaluation that students find these workshops a vital part of learning how to begin an assignment, how to ‘build’ their papers through critical argumentation, how to structure their writing, and how to check their own grammar and structure.


To see what we’re offering this term, click on one of the links below: