All sessions are taking place online due to the COVID-19 pandemic during the 2020-2021 academic school year.
The University Writing Center (UWC) has two physical locations and one online location. Consultants and UWC programming are the same at both locations. We offer sessions during regular business hours and in the evening in order accommodate student schedules.
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Visitor parking is recommended in the Vermont Street Garage.
Visitors can enter through either the East or West Gate. The garage is connected to the Campus Center at the far East end. Visitors can reach the Campus Center via the First (1st) and Third (3rd) Floor stairwells of the garage. Cavanaugh Hall is across the street from the Campus Center on University Boulevard.
755 W Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Metered parking, attended lots, and parking garages are marked in yellow on the Campus Map. Parking for persons with physical disabilities is available near every building and is marked clearly in each lot and garage. Parking garages closest to University Library are the North Street Garage (next to Hine Towers), Sport Complex Garage (visitors 1st floor; next to the IU Natatorium), and the Blackford Street Garage (requires IUPUI permit).
All sessions are taking place online due to the COVID-19 pandemic during the 2020-2021 academic school year. We are partnering with Adaptive Educational Services to make Zoom sessions as accessible as possible and to provide access to in-person programming on an as-needed basis.
Students can schedule one appointment per day, not to exceed four appointments per week. This applies across locations. For example, a student cannot schedule a session at the library location in the morning and another session at the Cavanaugh location in the afternoon. The UWC reserves the right to cancel any scheduled sessions that exceed these limits.
The services of the University Writing Center are only available to IUPUI students. Student Institutional agreements prohibit us from working with students on assignments for classes at other universities. If you are an Ivy Tech student and are a registered IUPUI student, you will need to use Ivy Tech resources while working on an Ivy Tech assignment.