A student may schedule only two appointments each for writing and tutoring in a single week unless the student has special permission from the Director of the Center for Writing, Learning, and Teaching. If we have openings, a student who has already had two appointments may take an appointment on a "drop-in" basis or through the wait-list.
Students may not schedule two or more consecutive appointments; that is, you are welcome to schedule two appointments during a week, but those cannot be in a single two-hour block.
If you need to cancel your appointment, it is recommended that you do so three hours in advance. Please call 253.879.3404 or send an email to email@example.com. During midterms and finals, appointments should be cancelled 24 hours in advance and may be treated as a no-show if proper notice is not given. We often have more requests than we can possibly accommodate with appointments, so it is important to be courteous to your fellow students.
We can only hold your appointments for 10 minutes unless you let us know in advance that you’re going to be late. After 10 minutes, we'll call the first person on the wait list.
There are a limited number of appointments every day at the CWLT, and we want to ensure that those appointment times are used. If you have consistent no-shows in the same semester and would like to continue using the CWLT in this or future semesters, you may be blocked from making future appointments at the CWLT until you have an in-person conversation with Rachael Shelden, the CWLT Interim Director, explaining the circumstances of your missed appointments.
If you cannot make an appointment, call us, leaving a voicemail if no one answers (253.879.3404) or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least three hours in advance.
Current University of Puget Sound students have priority for appointments, but University of Puget Sound alumni are welcome to make appointments at the CWLT to work with a faculty member on refining a personal statement or other materials for post-graduate fellowship and scholarship applications.
We do not review take-home exams except in special circumstances.