Tutoring Schedule & Locations

Visit us in Heavilon Hall 226, Purdue University, West Lafayette campus.

Schedule a tutoring appointment at any location with our online scheduler.

Schedule Online

Phone: 765-494-3723

Summer 2018 Hours

Heavilon 226

Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Friday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

**The Writing Lab will be closed May 3-13.**

Purdue Writing Lab Satellite Locations and Hours

Summer 2018

No satellite locations open during Summer 2018.

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April 25, 2018

 
 

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The Weekly Writer is published each Wednesday while classes are in session. As always, please share this information with anyone who might be interested.


Surviving End of Semester Stress

By Eugie R., Tutor

END OF SEMESTER STRESS?  Do you ever find yourself struggling to manage writing projects, course work, and exams? You're not alone! The end of the semester is a crazy, stressful time for everyone.   SURVIVAL TIPS:  1. Budget your time.  2. Get enough to eat.  3. Take breaks.  4. Visit the Writing Lab!  5. Ask for help.   Help us, help you.  *Bring your ID.  *Have your assignment sheet handy.  *Print your materials before your session.  *Come prepared with questions.  *Set realistic goals/expectations.  *Bring a rubric, if possible.  *Plan for additional work time after your tutorial.

Writing Lab News & Events


Writing Lab Hours During Finals Week
The Writing Lab will be open our regular hours of 9 AM – 6 PM through Wednesday, May 2nd. Our satellite locations will be closed suring finals week.

We will reopen for the Summer session at 9 AM on May 14th, 2018.

Staff Spotlight


By Urvashi K., Tutor

My name is Urvashi, and this is my first semester as a tutor. I am an undergraduate pursuing a double major in Supply Chain, Information and Analytics and Management. I have not had any tutoring experience prior to the Writing Lab here at Purdue, but I have always been very inclined towards reading and writing. From a young age I found myself very interested in books and the idea of being able to write to express, and I instantly realized that writing is something that I really enjoy as a whole. When the opportunity to tutor in the Writing Lab came to me, the idea appealed to me right away. I knew it would be something that I would enjoy thoroughly, and not only would it allow me to collaborate with others, but it would also help my own writing improve. Tutoring enables two-way learning, and I was really excited by the prospects of being able to work with different writers to create amazing pieces of work. I look forward to talking to you all in the lab and helping you to the best of my abilities!

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Hours of Operation

Spring 2018

Jan 8 – Apr 27

Main Location

Heavilon Hall, Room 226

Mon – Thurs
9 AM – 6 PM

Fridays
9 AM – 1 PM

Evening Satellites

HSSE Library
Mondays
6 PM – 9 PM

AAARCC
Tuesdays
6 PM – 9 PM

ME Building
Wednesdays
6 PM – 9 PM

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Writing Tip of the Week

"Get up and walk around every once and awhile. Long periods of sitting and staring at your writing will just bog you down."

-Liz W., Tutor

 

Book of the Week

Figures of Speech: 60 Ways to Turn a Phrase by Arthur Quinn

Figures of Speech: 60 Ways to Turn a Phrase by Arthur Quinn

Recommended by Eliza G., Tutor: "The book is gives detailed and helpful explanations of what rhetorical devices are, how they function in a sentence, and how to use them to make your writing more engaging."

You can find this book in the Writing Lab's library. Just ask the front desk.

 
 
 

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