1. Fill out the form below, attach your paper as a ".doc" or ".txt" file, and click the submit button. If you are using a version of Microsoft Word newer than 2003, please be sure that your document does not save as a ".docx" file. You can be sure it will save in the correct ".doc" format by selecting "save as a Word '97 document" on the save page. Please know that a WA only has enough time to read, at most, a 10-page document (normal margins, double-spaced) and plan accordingly.
  2. Call us at x8659 (610-328-8659) during open hours (Sunday-Thursday 1-4:30 pm and 7-10:30pm) to confirm receipt. We cannot get started on your paper until we hear from you, even if you request to have the paper left outside or returned by email! Please keep in mind that the earliest an evening conference can be held is 7:30.
  3. When you call, we highly recommend that you arrange a time to come in for a conference as this will allow you to get the most out of the WA experience. If you do not have time to meet with your WA, your WA can leave your paper outside the Writing Center, or your WA can email comments using Microsoft Word's track changes feature. Please note, however, that individuals wishing to conference will receive priority.
  4. Please familarize yourself with our policies so that your conference will run smoothly.

If you have any questions or problems, please call the Writing Center at x8659. If you are unable to submit your paper through the OWL, you can email it to us at wa@swarthmore.edu or drop it off in person at the Writing Center.

Name
Class year:
E-mail address
@swarthmore.edu
Extension or Cell #
Class paper is for
(Department and Course #):

Professor:
Due date of paper:
What is the assignment?
Writing stage :
Paper length
pages (maximum 10 pages double-spaced)
Feedback preference?
What should we focus on?
Clarity of Argument
Supporting Evidence
Logical Progression
Sentence Structure
Anything else?
Attachment:
Please check this box if this is your first time submitting a paper through OWL.

Please make sure your paper is in ".doc" or ".txt" format!