The Writing Center
The Writing Center's Online tutoring will have a deadline of Thursday, November 20th at 11:59pm. No submissions will be accepted after this time so that our tutors will have plenty of time to review and return everyone’s submissions before the Thanksgiving holiday break. Please note that the campus will be closed from Wednesday November, 25th through Sunday, November 29th. Please feel free to call or visit our Academic Success Center to schedule an in-person writing appointment up until the afternoon of Tuesday, November 24th.
Online tutoring will resume Monday, November 30th, 2015.
If you might be late, please contact us at 281-290-3279.
If you are more than ten minutes late and have not called in, your appointment will be marked as "no-show" and given to another student.
The turnaround period for papers is:
To submit your paper for online tutoring, you must address an email to email@example.com and include the following information:
· A Microsoft Word compatible copy of your paper
· Your professor’s instructions
· Your name
· Your student ID
· The course name and number
· Your professor’s name
· The due date
· Same day tutoring is not available
· Due date tutoring is not available
· The CFWC e-mail is checked once a day (in the morning) Monday - Saturday. All submissions are scheduled for the next available appointment if that appointment is before the paper’s due date.
Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-290-3279
LocationLocated in room LRNC 206, our Writing Center can help you to develop your academic writing skills.
Writing Center PoliciesStudents should bring any written assignment guidelines, notes and/or drafts to their sessions.
Students should schedule their appointment at least one day before the assignment due date.
Students should arrive at least five minutes early for their session in order to sign in and fill out forms.
What Our Tutors WILL Do:
- Help you understand your assignment
- Help you set goals for your writing
- Help you brainstorm ideas for your essay
- Help you identify your audience
- Help you outline and draft your paper
- Help you identify areas for possible improvement
- Help you understand an instructor's comments on graded papers
- Help you learn proofreading techniques
- Help you improve your general writing or reading skills
Write your paper
Proofread or correct your paper
Develop ideas for your paper
Estimate the grade for your paper
Do research for your paper
Take the responsibility for finding all the mistakes in your paper
- Tell you what or how to write