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Make Appointments Online

 

To make an appointment, you may use the online scheduler: http://earlham.mywconline.com

Is it your first time using the online scheduler? If so, please select 'Click Here to Register' at the top of the page. Fill out the information on the New Account page and select 'Register'.  This will return you to the log in page where you may now log in using your email and password. Please select the schedule you would like to view (Writing Center or Peer Tutoring) and select 'Log In'.

You may make appointments by clicking on any of the white boxes. You can make an appointment with a specific consultant or for a specific time for up to 1 hour, however the consultation will only last 50 minutes maximum (the online scheduler doesn't provide an option for 50 minutes). Once you select a time a new window will open. Please include an explanation of what you would like to focus on during your session.

Please be aware that we will hold your appointment for you for 15 minutes after the scheduled time. After that point, if someone is waiting for a session, we will let them have it. We need students to be on time, and it is important for you to cancel your appointment if you cannot come. This is how we are able to serve the maximum number of students.

Thanks for making an appointment at the Writing Center. We look forward to working with you! If you don't have time to make an appointment, we always welcome walk-in sessions for any availability not taken by appointments.

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801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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