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Writing Support for CAS

Schedule a Writing Center appointment now.

The CAS Writing Center provides free, friendly help with any of your writing assignments—at any stage of your writing process. Peer tutors will work with you in a 45-minute, one-on-one appointment to clarify your argument, organize your ideas, correctly document your research, or polish your grammar.

Writing Center visits are most effective when you:

  • Bring a draft (or brainstorming notes). A printed draft is easiest to work with.
  • Bring your assignment sheet, rubric, or any instructions your professor has given.
  • Come prepared to work collaboratively and creatively with the tutor.
  • Schedule an appointment a day or more before the paper’s deadline.

Multilingual Writing Support

Schedule a Writing Center appointment now.

One-on-one writing support is available for multilingual students. If English is not your home or first language and you would like additional support on a particular writing assignment or building your writing skills in general, specially trained tutors are available to meet with you.

Writing Studio for Multilingual Students (GES103/GES203) supports multilingual students in building writing skills and confidence. This one-credit course focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for successful college-level academic research and writing in the U.S.  Students can register through the first few weeks of each semester by contacting the Multilingual Academic Support Coordinator. (NOTE: These courses are not offered in Fall 2023).

Advanced Writing Studio for Multilingual Students (GES355) is a one-credit Fall semester course that students can take in conjunction with a class that requires substantial writing and research, including a formal research paper that synthesizes information from a variety of properly documented sources. Students can register through the first few weeks of the Fall semester by contacting the Multilingual Academic Support Coordinator.

Writing & Research Resources


Getting Started


Sentences & Grammar


The Writing Center is located in the AESC office at HC324.