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All writers need feedback, sounding boards to try out ideas on, and a second pair of eyes to help refine our writing. Our consultants are other writers, here to answer questions and be those readers you can trust. We read anything you're writing, from history papers, to Senior capstone projects, to web design projects and speeches. If you're writing it, we want to work with you on it.

Individual Writing Consultations

Meet individually with a writing consultant online to get feedback at any point in your writing process - from brainstorming to polishing. Plan ahead by making an appointment at the link below.

Bring any materials you're working with (assignment sheets, notes, drafts, research) and come prepared with questions. If you're not sure where you'd like to start, our consultants will help you discover that, too.


Writing Guides

We've created online resources to help you with everything from literature reviews to personal statements. Available 24/7 thanks to the miracle of the internet.

Writing Guides

Publish Your Writing

Undergraduate students make valuable contributions as researchers, scholars, and writers, too. Here are places where you can publish your work.

Publishing Your Writing

Writing Workshops

Organization of a Research Report Workshop Series

This workshop series provides guidance on the organization of a research report. Each session focuses on a different section of the report. All four sessions are open to OU graduate students. We encourage you to attend all four but you are welcome to come to any combination of the sessions. All sessions take place in Bizzell Library, Lower Level 1 (LL1), Room 123, from 9:30am – 11:00am.


Part 1: Research Writing, Abstract, and Introduction Exploration (Friday, Feb. 11, 2022): In this session, we cover the basics of beginning to write a research paper, how to write the abstract, and the elements of a good introduction.


Part 2: Literature Review Exploration (Friday, Mar. 4, 2022): In this session, we discuss the purpose of a literature review. We also examine the process for conducting a literature review, including finding, organizing, and synthesizing sources.


Part 3: Methodology/Methods and Results Exploration (Friday, Mar. 25, 2022): In this session, we look at the common elements of the methods section and how to write up your results.


Part 4: Discussion and Conclusion Exploration (Friday, Apr. 8, 2022): In this session, we focus on the final two sections of the research report—the discussion and conclusion. We talk about the differences between the two sections to help you write each one.


Registration is not required but requested. To register, head to our Event Registration page:


For more information about these workshops, contact the Writing Center at


FYC Write Nights at the OU Writing Center in Wagner Hall, Room 280

Are you in first year composition? Are you looking for time to work on your writing projects? Look no further!

Theses events are for students enrolled in FYC courses. Come to the Writing Center and work on your project alongside other students int the same boat. We'll have writing consultants and FYC instructors available to answer questions while you work.

Monday, February 14, 5:30-8pm

Monday, March 7, 5:30-8pm

Monday, April 11, 5:30-8pm