Frequently Asked Questions About the Writing Center and Tutoring
Yes. Whether you’ve just started, are in the middle of, or have finished your writing assignment, you can receive help.
All appointments are in-person with the option to receive remote tutoring
Students can schedule three appointments a week with a tutor for up to one hour each appointment.
Yes, as long as the tutor you are requesting is available, you can work with them as many times as you need.
Yes! Speak with your assigned tutor and together you both can find a time that works best for recurring appointments.
- Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Fridays: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Tutoring is available on the weekends but you would have to book an appointment during office hours
For remote appointments, we encourage students to have their cameras on whenever possible as it is easier when reviewing your work. If having your camera off makes you most comfortable please let your tutor know.
Yes, tutors are here to help with both APA and MLA to ensure your assignment meets the required formatting.
No, tutors are only permitted to correct the format of your writing, so they cannot tell you whether an answer is correct or not.
Tutors share only what students give permission to share such as specific topics discussed in the session. Sharing with faculty shows them that you are serious about doing well in their course.
The Writing Center can help with all aspects of writing such as (research papers, case studies, and subjects such as History, Science, and more). Please specify the assignment and subject when booking your appointments.