The Writing Center offers individual tutoring, group workshops, and a resource library.
Due to COVID-19, the Writing Center will conduct tutoring sessions entirely online through videoconferencing (Zoom) or email. However, a tutor will be present (during Fall 2020 semester) inside the writing center to help students adapt to online tutoring and to provide writing center resources, such as writing/grammar handouts and books.
HOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
To make a Zoom appointment with a writing center tutor, please email the writing center – firstname.lastname@example.org – and include the following information:
-The date/time you would like to meet
-The name of the class and professor’s name associated with your assignment
-A brief description of your assignment and what you would like to focus on
-Please attach to your email a draft of your paper or essay
To utilize email tutoring, please attach your paper or essay and include name of class, professor's name, and questions to email@example.com. Tutors typically respond within 48 hours.
If you need immediate help or would like clarification on how to access the writing center’s services, please call 215-248-7114 (Fall 2020 only) or email us.
We also encourage students to follow us on Twitter (@writingCHC) and Instagram (@CHC_Writing_Center) for the latest news and updates.
WRITING CENTER FALL 2020 HOURS
WRITING CENTER FALL 2020 SCHEDULE
MONDAY: 9am – 8pm
TUESDAY: 9am – 5pm
WEDNESDAY: 9am – 8pm
THURSDAY: 9am – 5pm
FRIDAY: 9am – 8PM
Writing Center tutors assist students in various stages of the writing process. More specifically, tutors can help students with the following:
- Understanding an assignment
- Generating their own ideas to get started on a paragraph or essay
- Focusing or organizing a paragraph or essay
- Providing feedback on a rough draft
- Generating their own topic sentences for paragraphs and thesis statements for essays
- Learning how to proofread and edit their own papers
- Understanding how to revise a paragraph or essay according to an instructor's suggestions
- Reviewing rules for grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure (avoiding fragments, run-on sentences)
- Reviewing guidelines for how to document research (APA, MLA, Chicago)
Please bring the following items to your visit:
- Assignment guide and course syllabus
- Printed copy of your paper
- Questions on the assignment or on grammar/writing in general