If You Write, You Belong Here!
February 11 to May 15
The Writing Center works collaboratively with currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students to help them develop and craft their writing. Usually, tutors first help writers address larger issues, such as focus, organization, and development; then, tutors assist writers with sentence-level issues, such as grammar, punctuation, and diction. Writing Center tutors do not proofread or edit student papers. Instead, tutors work with students to develop their own writing process and revision skills.
Attention Graduate Students: The Center for Excellence in Graduate Education (CEGE) "offers . . . professional, targeted feedback to help improve the quality of graduate student writing." Please visit CEGE Writing Support for more information on their services for graduate students.
Weekly Tutoring Appointment
Meet with a tutor weekly on the same day and time for a 50-minute session. Together you will develop priorities for improving your writing over a period of time. Go to our Tutoring Request Application to schedule a weekly appointment.
Call 667-3642 or stop by the center after 9:30 a.m. to sign in for an available 25-minute same-day tutoring session. Same-day tutoring is for currently enrolled students and provided on a first-come, first-served basis. You may request one session per day, up to two per week. Please bring your Warrior ID with you.
Students have access to links, handouts, and other interactive resources to get help with a variety of writing issues and concerns. Our Writer's Online Resource Directory (W.O.R.D.) can be accessed during a tutoring session in the Writing Center or from your personal device for help while you are writing.
During a WPST tutoring session, the tutor will help the writer learn to decipher prompts amd understand the WPST scoring guide. Tutors may also review an essay the writer has written to a WPST prompt and provide suggestions for revision. We also offer WPST Review Workshops each term for students who are preparing to take the WPST for the first time.
The Faculty Resources page provides information for instructors whose classes incorporate one hour of workshop in the Writing Center (ENGL 1001/1006/3000 and ESL courses). There is also information on referring students to the Writing Center for help, referral forms, and guidance on providing students with feedback on their writing.
Students enrolled in ESL 1000, 1005 or 2000 will attend a weekly one-on-one tutoring session as part of their ESL course requirement. The Writing Center also offers specialized ESL tutoring to students not enrolled in ESL courses. Go to our Tutoring Request Application to set up a weekly appointment, and please specify if you'd like an ESL tutor in the special request portion of the application.