by Abby Ponder
You’ve already scheduled your appointment, and so you begin making your way towards Cherry Hall 123 with your paper in hand. You’re ready to go! When you get to the top of the hill, though, you realize that the door is shut and no one is home. So, what do you do now? You thought you were supposed to have an appointment?
Well, you’re right–you do have an appointment. But if that appointment is scheduled at a time after 4pm, there’s a very good chance that you are in the wrong location.
A few semesters ago, the WKU Writing Center introduced an additional location that is found at the reference desk in the Commons at Cravens. While the Writing Center in Cherry Hall 123 does close for the day at 4pm, the Cravens location opens its metaphorical doors right at 4:00 and remains in business until 9pm. Cravens allows students to continue to seek guidance on their papers at later hours, and at a location that is central to campus for students who may not be able to get up to Cherry Hall during the day.
Consequently, students scheduling appointments should always be mindful to double check where the appointment will be meeting to avoid confusion and missed appointments. (When in doubt, check your confirmation email!)
So, here you are, ready for your appointment. You’re in Cherry Hall and it’s already 4:10; there’s no way you can make it down to Cravens, you may think. If you’re worried about missing an appointment, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll work to address the problem. And remember, scheduling an appointment is easy to do. Just go to wku.edu/writingcenter and click “appointment scheduler.” From there you’ll be prompted to log in (using your WKU NetID and password) and then schedule an appointment at your convenience.We hope to see you soon!
This post was originally published on September 29, 2014.