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We strive to provide resources that will assist you in all your writing-related endeavors, whether you are a student learning about a new citation style or a faculty member trying to integrate writing as a daily teaching tool. Discover new ways to interact with the writing center and support your growth as a writer using the resources provided below. Still have questions? Let us know at

Hours & Locations

For more information on our locations, times of service, or directions to any of our sites, feel free to visit our locations page:

Monmouth Location: APSC 301 

Location: APSC Room 301


Hours of Availability:

Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (in-person & online)

Types of Appointments:

In-person and online

Summer Term Hours

Location: Online via Zoom


Hours of Availability:

Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. –
3:00 p.m.
Monday & Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Types of Appointments:

Currently online only

Salem Location: For Grad Students

Location: 525 Trade St SE, Salem, OR 97301


Hours of Availability:

Online only for summer term 

Types of Appointments:

Online appointments for graduate students

The Writing Center is a member of the WOU Free Tutoring Consortium

See for links to the WOU free tutoring sites:

Computer Science • English (ESL) Tutoring • Math • Science
Student Success & Advising • Psychology Peer Advising

Need Extra Language Help?

We offer specialized support for students with a variety of language backgrounds. The Writing Center has full-time writing specialists to assist Spanish-speaking and international students with their writing, and we would love to meet you! Check out our language resources and learn how we can support you!


Email us at or give us a call at (503) 838-8286.
You can also stop by our office at APSC 301. We're excited to meet you!

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