How to make an appointment
First-time users will have to first register and create a password before making an appointment. To register, please click here.
Once you have registered, you will be redirected to this page, where you can make your appointments. (Open times are color-coded white. To make an appointment, simply click on the desired time slot. Remember that you can select appointments of either 30 minutes or 1 hour).
We do welcome walk-in appointments on a first-come, first-served basis, as instructor availability allows.
Note: Due to very high demand for Writing Center appointments, we advise you to schedule sessions in advance. If the schedule is full, the only way that we can accommodate additional meetings is if some individuals cancel their appointments; we do not schedule additional sessions outside of our regular schedule.
Out of consideration for your colleagues, please do not make multiple "safety" appointments and please refrain from cancelling appointments on short notice whenever possible.
Please email the Writing Center at email@example.com or call 202-319-4286 with questions about appointments.
Locations and Hours
Pryzbyla 213 (Main Location): Mondays thru Thursdays, 10am-8pm
(We welcome walk-in appointments at all times at our Pryzbyla Center Location on an "as available" basis. To ensure that you will be seen, we encourage you to make an appointment through the website. Scheduled walk-in hours for the Pryz are listed below and operate on a first come, first served basis.)
Pryz Walk-in Hours: Thursdays, 10a-1p
Mullen Library (Satellite, Walk-in only): Wednesdays, 5-8pm; Saturdays, 11a-2pm
Leahy Hall 100 (Satellite, Walk-in only): Sundays, 6-9pm
Closed holidays and during university holiday periods.
If the university closes for inclement weather (including early closings and delayed openings), the Writing Center will close and appointments scheduled during this time will be cancelled. If this happens, please reschedule your appointment online.
- Dissertation Boot Camp
- B.Y.O.N. Creative Writing Workshop @ Brookland Barnes & Noble, Sept. 12
- Ryan Wilson's Writing Center Workshop Talk "How to Think Like a Poet" was published in the Easter 2015 issue of Dappled Things!
- WORKSHOP TONIGHT, THURSDAY,SEPT. 17: ENG 101 PAPERS,THE THIRD PARAGRAPH REVEALED! 7-8pm, Pryz 321
213 Pryzbyla Center
The Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC 20064
Writing Center Phone: 202-319-4286