Student getting help at the writing support desk

About the Writing Support Desk

About the Writing Support Desk

The Writing Support Desk will now offer services online and in-person.

One-on-one consultations booked via mySuccess will be available either in-person at Leddy Library, main floor, or via Microsoft Teams.

Workshops will be available at their scheduled time, either via Microsoft Teams or in-person in Leddy Library. Check MySuccess for delivery mode and/or location.

Some workshops are also available as video tutorials on our website under 'Video Tutorials'. 

For further information regarding how to access Writing Support Desk services online, please see the below drop-down menu or email For general information about Writing Support, visit our FAQ page.

The Writing Support Desk staff is committed to providing the highest level of service to students while maintaining best practices for health and safety. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

Yes. Only students with appointments booked will be able to access consultations. 

To ensure the most efficient service, please take the following steps:

1. Email the Word (.doc or .docx) document you wish to work on to us in advance of your meeting, ideally an hour or more before.

2. Check your email before your meeting starts for a meeting invite.

3. Follow the MS Teams meeting link. For more information on accessing meetings through Microsoft Teams, visit the MS Teams website.

Writing Support offers some of our workshops online. These workshops will be hosted through Microsoft Teams.

Once you have registered for your workshop, simply follow the MS Teams link provided in the event description on mysuccess to join the meeting. For more information on accessing meetings through Microsoft Teams, visit the MS Teams website.

About the Writing Support Desk

The Writing Support Desk is located on the main floor of Leddy Library and is a service that provides students with help regarding various aspects of their academic writing, including

  • interpreting assignment prompts

  • constructing strong theses and arguments

  • grammar, punctuation, and syntax problems

  • analyzing and integrating sources

  • citing and referencing

Students should note that the WSD is not a proofreading service. Though we will examine as much of a sample of writing as we can in the space of a one-on-one consultation, our goal is to teach students how to improve their writing, not to edit the work.

In addition, the WSD does not provide feedback on AI-generated content. 

Students can email their work in advance of their appointments to (.docx or .doc formats only please).

If you require accommodations for a disability, please contact the Writing Support Desk at

Read more about the WSD's Policies and Procedures.

Contact Information:
Location: Leddy Library Main Floor