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Use our navigation panel on the left side of this webpage to help you find the resources that the Writing Center offers.  (Note: The navigation panel is typically located on the bottom of the webpage on cellphones.)

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  • The Writing Center will be available to support students during the fall 2023 semester beginning Monday, August 14 until December 13.
  • The Writing Center can support students with in-person tutoring (in the Liberal Arts building room 201) and online tutoring (Check schedule for updates on availability)Note:  Online/remote tutoring involves two steps: (1) making an appointment and (2) emailing the online tutor. Please refer to the links Online Tutoring (Part 1) and Online Tutoring (Part 2) on how to use the online/remote tutoring service. To view the instructional video on how to use the Writing Center's Online Tutoring service, CLICK HERE.
  • Note to students trying to make appointments:  During the semester, additional tutoring appointments are added throughout the week to try to accommodate students.  However, if you are not able to see any appointments that are available, you can try submitting your paper to us as a DROP-IN.  CLICK HERE for information on how to submit your paper without a tutoring appointment.
  • Note: Tutoring services are subject to change.  Please visit this webpage for further updates and notifications.

What is the Writing Center?

The Writing Center is a FREE composition tutoring service that hosts an experienced staff of writing tutors who are available for in person as well as online/remote tutoring to assist students across the disciplines (Check schedule for updates on availability).

The Writing Center is located in the Liberal Arts building, room 201.

Students who use the Writing Center are encouraged to be familiar with the Writing Center's policies and procedures.  The links on the left sidebar will direct you to the various functions and services of the Writing Center which include the procedures to make and cancel appointments.

Students who use the Writing Center service may be automatically enrolled in the LST-606 noncredit course.  Students will not be charged for the course, nor will it affect their GPA.  It is used to document usage of services to help with apportionment funding for tutoring/learning services.  For more information, click here.

Writing Center tutors are available to assist you with your writing assignments for any class and with any stage of the writing process. 

  • "Would you like to talk with a tutor about ideas to put in your paper?"  We're here to collaborate with you!
  • "Would you like a tutor to give you suggestions and advice on how to make your paper stronger and more developed?"  We're here to collaborate with you!
  • "Would you like to learn more about how to use grammar appropriately to make your ideas clearer?"  We're here to support you!
  • "Would you like to practice your conversation skills or pronunciation skills in English?"  We're here to support you!
  • Make an appointment with a tutor (CLICK HERE) or use our drop-in service (CLICK HERE) to meet with a tutor today!  We're here to help you succeed!


  • If you are not feeling well or someone in your household is ill, feel free to use the Writing Center's Online Tutoring service. When making an appointment with an online tutor on our Writing Center appointment webpage, select a tutor with an -ONLINE designation. After you have made your appointment, follow the instructions on how to submit your paper to your online tutor by CLICKING HERE.
  • Masks are RECOMMENDED to be worn while in the premises of the Writing Center especially if you believe you are not feeling well.
  • Children are not permitted on the premises of the Liberal Arts building.

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