About Writing Tutoring
Papers from all university courses are welcome, including but not limited to English, business, communications, nursing and engineering. Students can bring in essays, research papers, Master's theses, dissertations, technical writing, poetry, fiction or any other writing project. One-on-one writing conferences are not just for professional writers working with their editors, nor are such conferences reserved for remedial writers and their tutors. Writing conferences can benefit anyone.
Call 918-594-8232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
A writing tutor can help students
Get started on a paper
Remember grammar and punctuation rules
Fine-tune writing style and clarity
Important notes about writing tutoring
Tutors do not provide a proofreading service. A tutor will be happy to help students develop their own editing and proofreading skills during a conference.
Tutors will not venture a guess as to what grade a paper will receive.
How does a writing tutorial work?
Make an appointment by calling us, stopping by or emailing us.
Bring any information about the paper, such as the assignment sheet from the instructor and any notes or drafts.
Plan to spend about 50 minutes to one hour with the tutor. The consultant will discuss the student's concerns, read the paper and then collaborate with the student on one or two of the most significant issues. If time permits, the student will have a chance to incorporate any changes into the paper before leaving.
The Learning Services Center offers writing tutorials during the semester. Students seeking assistance with their writing can email their assignment to email@example.com.
Be sure to attach your assignment and any other relevant information (assignment sheet, rubric, etc.). You may also include specific areas of concern for the tutor’s attention. A writing consultant will review your work, make comments, and return your document within 24 hours. Please feel free to submit during any stage of the writing process.
Additionally, students can use the same service for quick questions-grammar, documentation, word usage, etc. We hope this service can help students who need brief assistance receive useful feedback.
Computers with Microsoft Word and the Microsoft Office Suite are available for students to use for writing assignments and tasks.
Tutoring Services can help virtually, via email. Click "Let's Talk" to submit your writing questions.