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UASP academic support for graduate students offers a dynamic, supportive learning environment and programs for ASU graduate students enrolled in any graduate certificate or graduate degree program.
Graduate statistics tutoring provides any graduate student with free one-on-one appointment-based tutoring for statistics coursework as well as peer guidance on the quantitative analysis portion of thesis, dissertations or other research projects. Graduate students can make an appointment with a consultant to discuss and work on:
Appointments are on the Tempe campus with current graduate students in statistical intensive majors. Graduate statistics tutoring is open to any graduate student at ASU.
Graduate students can work with graduate writing consultants 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. Please click on the campus names below to view the centers' locations and hours of operation.
The Tempe, Thunderbird, West, and Downtown Phoenix campus centers also offer graduate students a place to read and write or to meet with a writing group.
ASU faculty and staff members can also schedule appointments to work with graduate writing consultants Online or in our Downtown Phoenix, Tempe, Thunderbird, and West campus locations 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.
|University Center Building (UCENT), Room 101||Student Pavilion, 3rd Floor||Fletcher Library, LL2|
|Writing tutoring at the Downtown Phoenix campus is closed for the summer. Tutoring will resume in August 2018.|
Monday & Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Please note that Summer 2018 graduate writing tutoring will take place in the Student Pavilion on the 3rd floor. Summer writing tutoring is available May 16 through August 9, 2018.
Writing tutoring at the West campus is closed for the summer. Tutoring will resume in August 2018.
Please bring the following to your tutoring appointment:
• 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, you will need to attend a workshop where you will learn about the writing group process, meet and be grouped with other graduate students and create a preliminary schedule of support.
Check back for upcoming workshops.
Throughout the fall and spring semesters, the Graduate Writing Centers will host special workshops and webinars on writing in graduate school.
For information about online workshop offerings, please email Jessica.J.Jones@asu.edu.
ASU Writing Centers facilitate Dissertation Writing Camps during the summer that offer ASU doctoral students dedicated time and space to write their prospectuses or dissertations as well as opportunities to learn more about available resources to support their writing process. A limited number of scholarships have been provided by the Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA). You will be notified if your fee can be covered by the scholarship. The Summer 2018 Online Dissertation Writing Camp will be offered June 4-8. The Summer 2018 Tempe Dissertation Writing Camp will be offered June 18-22.
Camp registration is open to any ASU student who is currently in a graduate certificate, master’s degree, or doctoral degree program or who will be enrolled by Fall 2018. The camp is intended for ASU graduate students who want an overview of the academic and research writing demands of graduate school.
The camp aims to introduce master’s and doctoral students to the foundational skills needed to succeed as a graduate-level writer. Students will learn about the stages of the writing process and about the habits, strategies, and techniques that successful academic writers in any discipline use throughout the writing process. This camp is intended for a general graduate-level audience and provides the underlying foundational skills that can be applied to discipline-specific writing.
Graduate students in any ASU graduate certificate, master’s degree, or doctoral degree program are eligible to register. The camp has 60 available seats, and a $50 program fee is required. A limited number of scholarships, made possible by the Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA), may be provided to students upon completion of the camp. You will be notified if you receive a scholarship.
Thank you for your interest in the 2018 Success in Graduate Writing Camp. Due to the overwhelming response to this year’s camp, no new registrations will be accepted.