At the Writing Center we deal with the following types of papers (please note that we do not specialize in particular subjects):
- Term papers
- Presentation scripts
- Graduation theses
- Masters theses
- Ph.D theses
- Articles for publication
＊ We do not deal with job hunting related materials. For these matters, please consult with the Career Center.
Writers are free to choose their reservation time and session type.
||To discuss a paper written in English while speaking in English
||To discuss a paper written in English while speaking in Japanese
||To discuss a paper written in Japanese while speaking in Japanese
||To discuss a paper written in Japanese while speaking in Japanese with a specialist in Japanese grammar
(For international students and beginners of Japanese)
||To discuss a paper written in Japanese while speaking in English
||To discuss a creative writing paper written in English while speaking in English
(We do not deal with creative writing papers written for commercial purposes)
Monday through Friday during term time, 10am to 6pm.
Session times（Each session is 45 minutes.）
||10：40 – 11：25
||11：25 – 12：10
||12：15 – 13：00
||13：00 – 13：45
||13：45 – 14：30
||14：45 – 15：30
||15：30 – 16：15
||16：30 – 17：15
*TWIns Campus Branch, Building 50, Room 02C502 (closed from 2017 Autumn Semester)
You can book a session using one of the following methods. We accept your reservations in the following priority order.
- First Priority
Online Reservations（You can put in your reservation request up until the night before the session）
- Second Priority
Walk-in Reservation（You can reserve a session in person directly at the Writing Center on the day of the session）
If you are late for more than 15 minutes, we consider it as a ‘no show’. Please note that another writer will be able to take over your session if you are late for more than 15 minutes. If you do not show up without notice for more than three times a semester, you will be unable to take any sessions at the Writing Center for that semester. In these cases, you may receive an email from the tutor-in-charge.