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January 16, 2018:

WELCOME TO THE PITZER WRITING CENTER APPOINTMENT SCHEDULER: Register or log in to book an appointment with one of our peer Writing Fellows. We are also able to take walk-in appointments during any unbooked slot on the schedule, so feel free to drop by during our open hours. If we are not able to accommodate you for a walk-in appointment, we are happy to assist you in making an appointment for a convenient time in the future. 



The Writing Center will open for our full spring schedule in week 3 of the semester (Sunday, January 28.) During weeks 1 and 2, we will have a limited number of appointments available. Please email with any questions.

December 12, 2017:

Please bring 2 copies of anything you have drafted: If you have already begun to work on your paper, please bring at least 2 printed copies of your paper draft with you to your appointment, as we are unable to work with digital drafts. If you have not yet begun to write, please feel to come to brainstorm ideas for how to begin. It is also very helpful to bring any assignment guidelines from your professor, such as your syllabus or a handout describing what the paper should include, if you have access to these. Thank you! 

Is your preferred time booked? Try clicking on the "clock" icon next to the date on the scheduler. (Look to the left.) This hidden feature lets you sign-up to be notified if an appointment frees up at your preferred time or with your go-to Writing Center Fellow.

What do the "Fellowship" and "Regular" designations mean on some appointments? The Writing Center partners with faculty advisors for Fulbright and Watson and the fellowships office to provide specialized support for students writing fellowship proposals. Shifts with a "Fellowship" designation feature a Writing Center Fellow who has received additional training to support this unique type of writing. However, those consultants can also work with writers on other types of projects. "Regular" or no special designation means the fellow is available to work on any type of writing. 

Why can't I cancel my appointment? Our scheduling system requires that cancellations occur at least 3 hours in advance of the appointment start time to avoid being marked as a “no show.” If you need to cancel inside this window, please email so that we can open the time up for other students to utilize. Note that missing 3 appointments will result in being locked out of the scheduling system for the remainder of the semester, so please try to plan ahead and cancel as early as possible. Thank you!

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