Whether you are making "A"s on your writing or worried about passing, the Writing and Multimedia Center (WMC) can help you build your skills to the next level. Rather than being a place that’ll edit your papers for you, the WMC will equip you to revise and improve your own writing. We’ll guide you from your first outline to the final edits of your writing project. Writers at all skill levels are welcome at the Center, and we extend a special invitation to our international students and English language learners. Services are available for on-campus students and for online students.
Caring and collaborative
Our tutoring staff consists of students who have demonstrated strong writing and interpersonal skills and have been recommended by professors. Once hired, tutors participate in a semester-long training course to learn the fundamentals of peer tutoring in writing. Our goal: To serve students in a caring, collaborative environment to give them the tools to become better, confident writers.
Drop in or sign up
The Writing Center offers both drop-in hours and appointments. Writers can bring projects to drop-in hours without an appointment for help on a first-come, first-served basis. Writers can also schedule an appointment with a tutor by visiting WC Online at https://anderson.mywconline.com to schedule a 30-minute session with one of our tutors.
Face-to-Face tutoring sessions are recommended for students on campus. E-tutoring, where students upload their work or questions to a tutor who provides commentary and feedback in writing is available for online students.
All assignments welcome
Any and all writing projects are welcome in the Writing Center. Writers working on projects in any academic discipline, from history and nursing to business and criminal justice, can visit the Writing Center for help. Our tutors can also assist with resumes, cover letters, and job applications for those seeking internships and who are about to graduate. In addition, the tutors know APA, MLA, and Chicago/Turabian styles and can help you with citation and integration of source material.
Location and hours
The Writing Center is located in Thrift Library 206 on AU’s main campus.
Drop-In hours (appointments may also be made during these hours)
Fall 2018 Hours
- Monday: 10 - 12 noon & 4 - 7pm
- Tuesday: 10 - 5pm & 6 - 8pm
- Wednesday: 12 noon - 7pm
- Thursday: 10 - 1pm & 3pm - 8pm
- Friday: 9 - 12 noon
Please visit the Writing and Multimedia Center’s LibGuide for more information about the WMC and resources about writing.
For more information please contact the Writing Center Director, Dr. Drew Stowe at firstname.lastname@example.org.