Connors Writing Center
The Connors Writing Center offers one-on-one writing conferences to current UNH students (undergraduate and graduate). We work with writers from all disciplines on many different kinds of writing. Our fifty-minute conferences are conducted by trained writing assistants who are UNH undergraduate and graduate students.
Collaboration is the core of the Connors Writing Center approach. Together, writer and writing assistant work to brainstorm and find a path through the revision process. We're here to support, assist, help, guide, and learn from writers.
Let's talk writing!
Hours of Operation for Summer 2022
Monday - Thursday, 10am - 2pm
In addition to in-person conferences, the Connors Writing Center will be offering virtual appointments online, available to any UNH student who is not part of the COVID testing program or for commuters who can't make it to campus. These online sessions are sychronous (real-time) appointments designed to help students have one-on-one conversations about their writing at any stage of the process. Schedule an appointment any time during the semester.
Please view the video tutorial on how to join and conduct virtual conferences online.
Accountability Sessions: The UNH Connors Writing Center hosts online weekly accountability sessions for any student writer interested in goal setting. Sessions are held Mondays at 10:00am. Each week, students can join a Zoom session to check in with their weekly goals and see how other students are working through their writing process. For more information on these sessions please contact email@example.com.
Community Writing Table:
Tuesdays from 10:00 am - 12:00pm & Wednesdsays from 6:00 - 8:00 pm
For these four hours each week, the Writing Center welcomes anyone who seeks a space to write in a community of support. Feel free to come sit at our Big Table - built by Bob Connors and his graduate students back in 1994 and intended to be a space for community writing. Whether you just to write in a supportive space, chat with others about their writing processes and strategies, or drop-in with some writing questions - all are welcome!