The Community Writing Center @ Orem Public Library
Interested in improving your writing skills?
Visit the Community Writing Center at the Orem Public Library!
Join us for FREE writing resources:
- Coaching sessions
- Peer revision groups
Learn how to write:
- Family histories
- College application essays
The Community Writing Center is located at the Orem Public Library: 58 North State Street in Orem, Utah
Winter 2016 Hours:
Tuesday: 3:00–8:00pm (30 minute break 5:00–5:30pm)
Wednesday: 5:00–8:00pm Friday: 2:30–5:00pm
Appointments preferred. Walk-ins welcome.
Contact the UVU Writing Center at 801-863-8936 to schedule an appointment.
Hours are subject to change.
Closed all UVU holidays:
January 18, Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
February 15, Presidents' Day Holiday
February 16, UVU Reading Day
March 12–March 19, UVU Spring Break
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where is the Community Writing Center located?
The CWC is located in the internet area of the Orem Public Library (58 N. State Street).
Who can use the Community Writing Center (CWC) at Orem Public Library?
Anyone interested in improving his or her writing skills is invited to visit the Community Writing Center.
Who provides instruction and coaching at the CWC?
The Community Writing Center offers one-on-one coaching sessions and writing workshops featuring Utah Valley University writing coaches and faculty members.
What do I need to bring to the CWC?
Bring a copy of your writing, any writing questions you have, the assignment sheet (if appropriate), and the desire to become a better writer.
What kind of writing can I get help with at the CWC?
The CWC can assist you with class assignments, resumes, scholarship essays, letters to newspapers or elected officials, family histories, and much, much more!
Do I have to bring a completed draft?
We help patrons at all stages of the writing process: brainstorming, drafting, revising, and proofreading.
Do I have to be enrolled at Utah Valley University or in an English class to use the CWC resource?
No! The CWC strives to help everyone - community members, students, teachers, business people, family historians, and all others - to improve their writing skills.