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UE: SOC 110HM: Building a Multiracial Society (Detres 2021): Make an Appointment

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where are you located?

A: We are located on the first floor of Cannon Memorial Library, University Campus.

Q: Do you offer long-distance writing support?

A: Absolutely. Appointments are conducted by phone, Zoom, or e-mail. Unfortunately, in-person appointments are not available at this time.

Q: Do you proofread or edit papers?

A: We cannot offer proofreading or editing services. Instead, we collaborate with writers to develop lasting and portable writing skills, thereby cultivating knowledge rather than providing correction.

Q: Who can make an appointment?

A: All current Saint Leo students, faculty, and staff may schedule an appointment. 

Q: What do I need to provide prior to the session?

A: It is helpful to provide a copy of your assignment (if a draft exists), along with assignment guidelines and particular questions or concerns you wish to discuss.

Q: Do you review assignments from disciplines other than English?

A: We welcome writing assignments and text-based projects (including PowerPoints) from disciplines across the curriculum. Although we are not subject-matter experts for many of these subjects, we are qualified to discuss how well your writing adheres to assignment guidelines and conventions of academic writing.

Make an Appointment

Easily make an appointment via our online appointment calendars!

John David Harding's appointment calendar

Angel Jimenez's appointment calendar

After an Appointment

After an Appointment

After an appointment, you are encouraged (1) to make another appointment if desired; and (2) to complete brief online survey to let us know about your experience.

Click here for John David Harding's survey. Click here for Ángel Jiménez's survey.

Survey results are 100% anonymous. 

Writing Support Contact Information

Á.L. Jiménez and J.D. Harding 
Ángel Luis Jiménez
John David Harding