Writing Center

Students are strongly encouraged to visit the Writing Center to learn more about writing and become better writers. Writers at all levels can benefit from sharing their writing with someone who is both knowledgeable and trustworthy, someone who is not grading them or evaluating their work. The Writing Center’s professional and friendly staff of faculty and graduate students will work with students in one-to-one consultations on all stages of the writing process: from note-taking and pre-writing to revision strategies and proofreading techniques. Students can make an appointment by calling (305) 284-2956, or walk in during regular operating hours.

The Writing Center is located at:

Richter Library - 1st Floor
1300 Memorial Drive

For more information: http://www.as.miami.edu/writingcenter/

Hours of Operation

Monday 9am – 7pm
Tuesday 9am – 7pm
Wednesday 9am – 7pm
Thursday 9am – 7pm
Friday 9am – 4:30pm


Copies and Printing

UPrint is a new UM service  available to students at the Coral Gables campus.            UPrint provides several services, including:

• Printing in black and white

• Printing in color

• Copying in black and white

• Copying in color

• Scanning with Global Scan (this service is free and allows students to scan any document and send it via e-mail)

Graduate students may print and copy for free (100-page limit per student) at the GSA office located at Whitten University Center, Room 213. To contact the GSA, e-mail gsa@miami.edu or call 305-284-6750.



The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is the student government organization representing students in the Graduate School. The primary function of the GSA is to provide the means for responsible and effective graduate student participation in the planning and conduct of University affairs. The GSA serves as a liaison between graduate students, individually and collectively, the faculty and the administration. In addition, the GSA exists as a social and intellectual forum to support and to improve the quality of the graduate student environment at the University of Miami.

The GSA is made up of seven officers and nearly fifty full-and part-time senators; the role of the GSA is both supervisory and implementary, and its scope encompasses both academic and social interests of the University’s graduate student body. Officers and Senators meet regularly to discuss important issues and are often required to attend University-wide meetings with faculty, staff, administration and fellow students.

Graduate Student Association Executive Board Office
Shalala Student Center
Room 208
Coral Gables
Florida 33146
Tel: 305-284-6750
Fax: 305-284-8568
Email: gsa@miami.edu
Web: www.miami.edu/gsa

Graduate Student Association Lounge
Whitten University Center
Room 213
Coral Gables
Florida 33146

Graduate Bulletin

The bulletin can be accessed from the Graduate School website.