The Writing Centre

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Welcome to Memorial's Writing Centre! 

Whether you're stepping onto campus for the first time or returning once again, we invite you to visit us at SN 2053. Discover the valuable services and resources we offer to support your academic experience. Our center is here to help enhance your writing skills throughout your academic journey. Drop by, meet our team, and find out how we can contribute to your success during your time at Memorial.

How to Find Us

The Writing Centre is located in room SN 2053 on the second floor of the Science Building (not the Core Science Facility). 

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  • If you are working on a Masters or PhD thesis and looking for some dedicated writing time/space, sign up for the Thesis Writing Group. There are in-person and online sessions running throughout the semester and you are welcome to sign up at anytime to join us for a quiet coworking session to help your productivity. Register here.
  • Are you interested in the English Conversation Partner Program? Follow the link for details to register as a volunteer or participant. 
  • Registration for the Winter 2024 Workshop Series is available now! 


The Writing Centre is a free facility for all Memorial University undergraduate and graduate students in any subject, discipline, program, or faculty who want help with their writing. We are a peer tutoring centre which means that all of our writing tutors are university students. Our tutors are trained to engage and provide feedback to writers so that they can develop their skills.

The mandate is to help all students become better writers and critical thinkers whether it is with brainstorming, revisions, style, or just finding your voice. Our door is open to any student regardless of their writing proficiency.

Main Office:

Science Building Room SN2053



Winter 2024 2023:
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
For tutor appointments:
Science Building SN-2053


Telephone: 709-864-3168


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Facebook @writingcentremun

Carolyn Best



Nadine Adams

English for Academic Purposes Specialist


Diane Ennis