• All Writing Center tutoring services are conducted online/remotely until further notice. Online/remote tutoring involves two steps.  Please refer to the links Appointment Instructions for Online Tutoring (Part 1) and Online Tutoring (Part 2) on how to use the online/remote tutoring service. 
  • NEW Workshop Topics are Now Available (Updated as of 11-19-2020).  For registration information, CLICK HERE.
  • Writing Center services will not be available during the Thanksgiving holiday (November 23 to November 28).  Tutoring services will resume on Monday, November 30.
  • The last day for Online Tutoring for the fall 2020 sessions is Friday, December 11.
  • Update!: The Writing Center now has a tutorial video on how to use the Online Tutoring service.  To view the video, CLICK HERE.
  • Note: Tutoring services subject to change.  Please visit this webpage for further updates and notifications.

This resource houses an experienced staff of writing tutors who are available for online/remote tutoring to assist students across the disciplines.

To work with an online tutor or to have a paper reviewed, students must complete the following two part process:  Part 1 (make an online tutoring appointment), and Part 2 (email the paper, assignment and questions to the online tutor).  You may refer to the sidebar on the left for instructions on these two parts.  For more information concerning the Writing Center, call 909-384-4464.

All who use the Writing Center are encouraged to be familiar with the Writing Center's policies and procedures. The links in the sidebar will direct you to the policies for the Writing Center, as well as the procedures to make and cancel appointments.

Students who use the Writing Center service may be 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.

*Please note:  Per college policy, children are not permitted in the premises of the Liberal Arts building.

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