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Writing Center

One-on-One Tutoring

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Join us in person or on Zoom for your appointment.

Appointments are 30 or 60 minutes long and what you and the tutor do depends on what you bring and what your concerns are.  You don’t even need to have any writing done— you can talk and write with the tutor as soon as you are given an assignment.  The tutor will talk with you a bit and ask you to write about your concerns before you both decide what to work on.

If you already have writing done and are concerned with whether what you're saying in your paper makes sense, the tutor can focus on that, asking you questions and helping you see what your ideas are and how they're organized.

Additionally, if you'd like to look just at the errors in your paper or focus on formatting, like MLA or APA, the tutor can help you with that. You're welcome to come back several times with the same paper, so you can focus on ideas, clarity, or organization in one session, and then have another session where you focus just on the grammar and language errors in your paper or a specific kind of formatting you need.

One on one tutoring happens digitally via WCOnline or in person in ED 184.  Read below for how to create an account and make an appointment.

Create an Account

Go to and then click on “First visit? Register for an account.”

Follow the directions using your email address

Make an Appointment

Once you have an account, make an appointment by doing this:

  1. Login to your account at
  2. Click on a white space to make an appointment on a day and time that works for you.
  3. You can choose 30 min or 1 hour appointments. They can be in person or via zoom.

If your appointment is via zoom, then come prepared at the time of your appointment to the Writing Center Virtual Office:

If you want to meet in person, come to ED 184.

Cancel an Appointment

Login to your account at

Click on your appointment and scroll down to select “Cancel Appointment”