Graduate Writing Consultants Cover Sheet - Summer 2017
Your session will be cancelled if you do not submit this form and your document 24 hours in advance. Once you submit this form, email your document directly to
Your Last Name
Your First Name
UChicago email address
What Week in the Quarter is your appointment?
From here on out, we'll ask you for some information regarding the session you booked and the piece of writing you want to work on.
Week 1 (June 19-23)
Week 2 (June 26-30)
Week 3 (July 3-7)
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 5 (July 17-21)
Week 6 (July 24-28)
Day of Appointment
Other (in the case of rescheduling)
GWC Schedule - Summer 2017
Name of GWC
You'll find the name of your GWC in the schedule above.
Booth School of Business
Social Sciences Administration
Priztker Medical School
Institute of Molecular Engineering
What is your status?
Year you entered your grad program
Have you participated in other Writing Program programs?
select any/all that apply
I have taken LRS (ENGL 33000)
I have taken one of the Writing Program pedagogy courses
I have taken a WP standalone course
I have participated in a Writing Program workshop
A Writing Program staff member spoke to my class/department/etc.
none of the above
Please select one:
I prefer to work from my computer screen.
I prefer to work from a paper copy, so I will bring a print out of my document to the session.
Besides looking at a screen vs. looking at a hard copy, are there any formats or practices that would work best for you? Are there any formats or practices that you’ve found don’t work well for you? Also, please don’t hesitate to let us know of any accessibility requests.
Note: Please limit your text to 10 double-spaced pages and submit at least 24 hours before your appointment. In a session on your own writing, you and the GWC will analyze your document and discuss strategies for revision. In a Field Analysis session, you and the GWC will analyze the rhetorical strategies of a published author's writing. [These sessions are NOT reading comprehension appointments.]
Type of Session: In this session, we will be looking at
something that I have written
something that someone else has written (field analysis)
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