The Writing Center offers a number of writing support services for students and faculty.
- In-person tutoring in SJH 333
- Synchronous online tutoring through Microsoft Teams
- Asynchronous email tutoring
- Writing workshop series
- In-class workshops by faculty request
- Online resources on writing and research
WHY SEE A WRITING TUTOR?
All writers – even very advanced ones – benefit from having a kindly-but-critical reader to review their work and offer suggestions for improvement. Whether you are staring at an assignment and trying to figure out how to get started or putting the final polish on an assignment you’ve been carefully crafting for weeks or months, a writing tutor can help. Writing tutors provide constructive feedback and guidance to writers across the college on all stages of the writing process. Want more details? Check out our explainer on How Tutoring Helps Writers or learn more in our detailed Writing Center FAQs.
SPRING 2023 HOURS
We are now offering tutoring in the Logue Library in addition to the Writing Center. For details about which hours are available at which locations, see our Online Resources.
- MONDAYS: 9am – 8pm
- TUESDAYS: 9am – 6pm
- WEDNESDAYS: 9am – 5pm
- THURSDAYS: 9am – 8pm
- FRIDAYS: 9am – 4:30pm
- SUNDAYS: 11am – 1pm (online only)
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR IN-PERSON OR ONLINE TUTORING
All appointments are scheduled through our Microsoft Bookings page. First, choose your preferred location (Writing Center, Logue Library, or online). Then, select an appointment type, time, and tutor. Finally, we will ask you some questions about your assignment to help us prepare for your session. Not sure which session type is right for you? Check out our Appointment Type FAQ!
SUBMIT A PAPER TO EMAIL TUTORING
Go to our Email Tutoring Submission Form to send your paper to our email tutors. You can upload your paper right in the form. We will also ask you some questions about your assignment to help guide our feedback. A writing tutor will send feedback on your paper to your CHC email address within 48 hours.
Jaime Lynn Longo, Ph.D.
Director of the Writing Center