The Center for Writers is hiring! 

Are you interested?  If you are a skilled writer who works well with others, we invite you to apply to work as a peer writing consultant starting fall semester 2021. 

           Undergraduate Students: Position details and application information at [UGRAD CFW HIRING]

          Graduate Students:  Position details and application information at [GRAD CFW HIRING]



Spring Semester & COVID-19

We have adapted our services to NDSU’s HyFlex system and to COVID-19 guidelines from the Research and Creative Activities offices. We are doing our best to work with students while keeping everyone safe from COVID-19.

SPRING SCHEDULE & SESSIONS: All sessions will start on Tuesday, January 12th. The undergraduate schedule is open for appointments on January 7th. Due to a delay in coordinating consultant support for some writing courses, the graduate schedule will not be open for appointments until Monday, January 11th.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT 1-on-1 SESSIONS: Location availability will be posted by January 7th. Sessions will continue to be 50 minutes long.

GRADUATE STUDENT 1-on-1 SESSIONS: All sessions are online.

GRADUATE WORKSHOPS are online this semester.

** All students and staff are required to wear face masks (covering mouth and nose) while in the Center for Writers. Wearing a mask is the easiest way to limit the spread of COVID-19 **




Welcome to the Center for Writers!

We provide free writing support to NDSU students—both undergraduate and graduate—faculty, and staff. A key component of our work is assisting writers in one-on-one sessions. We also provide writing courses, workshops, grant-writing guidance, services for distance students, and a wealth of resources for writers and writing instructors.

Our writing consultants have experience working with a wide variety of writing at all levels. Our goal is to help our clients become independent writers; consequently, in our one-on-one sessions, we take time to thoroughly discuss issues that arise in drafts to ensure the writer understands the issues and options and can make appropriate writing decisions.

During this extraordinary time of COVID-19, we are providing all our graduate sessions online and are allowing undergraduates to choose between in-person or online sessions. If you have questions, concerns, or ideas about writing assistance or working during the time of Covid, please contact me.

We look forward to working with you, and stay safe!
Enrico Sassi
Director, CFW

Video Welcome to CFW


Basement of the Library, Room 16



Monday9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.



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