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While the UNF Writing Center often serves as a place for students to visit to work on writing with a writing consultant or attend a writing-focused workshop, the UNF Writing Program & Center is also a resource for our university faculty. Below, you'll find a brief list of the kinds of support we can offer, but we're always happy to meet to discuss how we can grow the ways in which we support the university community:

  • In-class presentations on the student-specific features of the writing center
  • Develop and offer targeted and topical workshops for specific courses
  • Meeting with faculty to design writing diagnostics and writing referral programs
  • Assisting faculty to develop writing assignments and assessments
  • Developing Canvas-housed writing support materials for your students



We have many prepared workshops that our graduate assistants and student writing consultants are able to facilitate in and for your classes. These existing and ready-to-go workshops include:


  • information sessions about the writing center
  • discipline-specific writing and bibliographic practices and tips
  • literature reviews and synthesis in writing
  • plain language writing practices
  • reading, revising, and editing your own work


Generally speaking, we ask for at least one week's notice to ensure we can meet your scheduling needs. Please use this link to tell us which workshop(s) you're requesting and for when:

Submit a workshop request 



Targeted Workshops 

Our English faculty can also assist you to develop workshops for your classrooms and Canvas courses. Because each class is different, to create these kinds of bespoke workshops, we ask that you set up a meeting with an English faculty member to discuss your class's particular needs and challenges. Generally, this process takes a few weeks to coordinate and deliver, ultimately. We look forward to working with you and your students. To get started, please submit a workshop request below, and we'll follow up to set up a first meeting:


Submit a workshop development request