The Writing Center, located on the third floor of Hegeman Hall and online, is committed to helping on-campus and Adult and Online Education (AOE) students with all stages of writing, including analyzing an assignment, navigating a complicated reading, and self-evaluating their drafts at any stage of the process.
Our staff will assist student writers by sharing techniques that successful writers use to plan, draft, revise, and edit written documents. The Writing Center supports students' writing growth by offering one-on-one and small group conferences with professional writing specialists and student writing consultants. Appointments are available, but drop-ins will also be accommodated when possible.
- On-campus students may register for an account and then make an appointment by going to keuka.mywconline.com. Drop-ins are also welcome.
- Off-campus Adult and Online Education (AOE) students may send their papers as attachments to [email protected]; they will receive feedback within 48 hours (business days only).
For additional information and resources, please visit the Writing Center website here.
- Catherine Agar, Writing Center Director | 315.279.5108 | [email protected]
- Pam Jennings, Writing Specialist, Instructor of English | 315.279.5627 | [email protected]
- Geoff Lee, Writing Specialist, Coordinator of AOE Writing Support | 315.427.8318 | [email protected]
- Cathy Reed, Writing Specialist, Instructor of English | 315.279.5693 | [email protected]
Student Success and Experiential Learning
Keuka College is dedicated to helping our students find academic success, which is why Student Success and Experiential Learning provides career services, Field Period™ and internship assistance, disability services, and academic counseling and planning services.
Our Student Success Advisors work one-on-one with students to help them select the right coursework, enhance study skills, improve time management, and ultimately, earn better grades. Peer tutors are available for all undergraduate content courses, and specialized services are available for students with documented disabilities.
Learning more about your academic strengths and weaknesses is the first step in building the skills necessary to becoming a successful college student. And academic counseling is the way to do just that.