The Writing Center

Our peer tutoring is paused for the summer, but the Writing Specialists and asynchronous consultations are still available.


Make an appointment to talk with us about your writing!

Resources & Tutoring

The Writing Center offers a variety of tutoring services, resources, and workshops for writing in any discipline, at all stages of the writing process.


The Center for Excellence in Writing and Communication (or “Writing Center” for short) promotes effective writing and communication as lifelong skills. Not only are these skills necessary for personal and professional success, they are also powerful ways in which people think through issues, consider multiple points of view and become more consciously aware of the world around them.

What We Do

What the Writing Center has to Offer

Two young adult women, one with dark hair and blue sweater writing, the other with dark brown hair and a blue shirt and cardigan talking.

Schedule an appointment to work with a  peer tutor.

Two young adult women chatting, one with dark hair wearing a yellow shirt and a beige cardigan, the other with blonde hair and a gray cardigan.

Book an asynchronous appointment to receive feedback on your paper.

Three young women sitting next to each other on a red couch. Starting from the left side, girl 1 with dark brown hair, wearing a gray pullover sweater, black leggings, and white sneakers. Girl 2 in the middle has reddish brown hair and is wearing a black shirt, jeans, and white sneakers. Girl 3 on the right is wearing a light blue shirt, black pants, and black and white sneakers. All girls are smiling towards the camera.

View a collection of resources for composing sentences.


Visit our “Appointments” page to talk with us about your writing!

Land Acknowledgement:
“We acknowledge that we live, learn, and work on the ancestral and sacred lands (86 sites) of “the Acjachemen and Tongva peoples who, in the face of on-going settler colonialism, continue to claim their place and act as stewards of their ancestral lands as they have for the past 8,000 years.”
~Troubling The Grounds Land Acknowledgement, 2019