Role Of The University Writing Center
Designed to serve the entire campus community, the Writing Center, housed in the College of Arts and Humanities and administered by the Department of English, offers a full-range of tutoring services for writers in all courses in the University curriculum. Staffed by full-time instructors from the Department of English, assisted by graduate students in their discipline, the Writing Center seeks to help all writers feel more confident about each element of the writing process from drafting through revision to the final product.
The Writing Center is designed to support and supplement instruction in all disciplines. The staff works with students referred by faculty and students who come on their own. Class visits can be arranged, and the staff can assist faculty in preparing writing-related materials for classroom use and houses an extensive library of writing-related research and resource materials that patrons may use. In addition, the Center offers an electronic tutorial service at firstname.lastname@example.org to assist students and faculty with writing questions that can be responded to briefly when they don't have time to come by the Center in person.
The Writing Center promotes the University's mission of academic excellence in a personal environment by offering your students innovative, individualized writing assistance that nurtures independent learning. Students and faculty are welcome to call, drop by, or contact us for help with any kind of writing project or assignment.
LOCATION: Technology-Enhanced Learning Center (TLC) 1201, Parkman Room
Contact us at 678-839-6513 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 678-839-6513 , email@example.com (for information, appointments), firstname.lastname@example.org (for online tutoring), or visit us at www.westga.edu/~writing.