Our writing consultants include faculty from various disciplines are available for one-on-one consultations to help with any writing project at any stage of the writing process.
The tutoring services for writing are provided by The Write Place (G103). The Write Place services include free tutoring in writing, ESOL support, reading, and public speaking. As an across-the curriculum writing center, The Write Place is devoted to improving studentsí writing, communication, and reading skills across the academic disciplines. The Write Place tutors are available to assist students, faculty, and staff with any writing-related activity, from brainstorming and research to revising and editing. The Write Place offers online and face-to-face tutoring by appointments and on a first-come first-served basis. For more information, visit The Writing Help for Students.
Our online writing tutors are available to help you with any project at any stage of the writing process with an emphasis on structure, word choice, content, and sentence fluency. We support writing across all disciplines and projects beyond the standard essay or research paper assignment.
Lone Star College System, in partnership with Brainfuse/TutorMatch, offers all enrolled students unlimited pre-scheduled tutoring services. Tutors are ready to help you make the transition to online classes.
For more information about how to access online tutoring, visit Accessing Online Tutoring.
Our writing consultants do not take over or "fix" your work, but come alongside to help you be a better writer. Our philosophy centers on the process, not a product.
We can, however, provide you with tips and techniques for brainstorming, finding a thesis, organizing, adding support, citing correctly, and other writing-related issues.
In a writing consultation, the consultant will focus on your goals and use your writing to practice strategies for meeting these goals. We provide a written record of your visit.
The Write Place is a proud supporter of theWAC Journal of Student Writing. Entries into the journal are selected for submission by a student's professor. We employ this resource as a valuable aid in our consultations.