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UASP's academic support for graduate students offers a dynamic, supportive learning environment and programs for ASU students enrolled in any graduate certificate or graduate degree program.
Beginning again in Fall 2020, graduate statistics tutoring provides graduate students with free one-on-one appointment-based tutoring for coursework as well as peer guidance on the quantitative analysis portion of theses, dissertations, or other research projects. Graduate students can make an appointment again in Fall 2020 with a tutor to discuss and work on:
Appointments will be available again in Fall 2020 and are provided by current graduate students in statistical intensive majors. Graduate statistics tutoring is open to any graduate student at ASU as well as ASU staff and faculty.
Summer online graduate writing tutoring is available Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. from May 18 through August 11. Graduate students can work with graduate writing tutors at any stage of the writing process to hone their writing skills and to receive coaching advice about navigating graduate life. ASU offers both online writing tutoring in addition to four on-campus locations to serve ASU graduate students. Summer online tuoring is available.
ASU faculty and staff members can also schedule appointments to work online with graduate writing tutors to discuss writing projects. To schedule an appointment, ASU faculty and staff members can call 480-965-9072.
To schedule or change a one-on-one writing appointment in one of the graduate writing centers, please view the schedule of available sessions and select an appointment time.
Drop-In Writing Waiting Room
If all appointments are currently scheduled, a drop-in graduate writing appointment waiting room is an option when the writing center is open. To access this drop-in waiting room, please use the Drop-In Waiting Room button below. Please review these drop-in waiting room policies.
• your ASU Sun Card (you will need to check in and present your ID)
• your assignment instructions
• a printed draft, if you have one
Are you looking for peer assistance on your writing? ASU Graduate Writing Centers can assist you in organizing a writing group that can offer you a way to stay motivated, meet due dates and receive meaningful feedback on your writing.
To be matched with a writing group, we recommend that you identify two or more fellow graduate students (in your same degree program or even in another degree program) with whom you would like to start a writing group. Once you know of colleagues who are also interested in starting a writing group, you can contact UASP's Writing Centers at (480) 965-9072. We will then work with you and your colleagues to schedule a workshop where you will learn about the writing group process and how to create a preliminary schedule to get started.