Where are you located?

The Writing Center is located in Sage Hall, Room 100. In addition, Online tutoring is also done at https://bcc.mywconline.net.

Do I have to make an appointment to see a tutor?

Though walk-in service for in-person tutoring is available, it is highly suggested that you schedule an appointment to see a tutor. For online tutoring, you must make an appointment.

How do I get a tutoring appointment?

Go to https://bcc.mywconline.net to schedule an appointment for in-person or online tutoring.

How long is a tutoring session?

Students could sign up for 30 minute or 60 minute sessions.

How many appointments can I make?

Though you can make multiple appointments, it is highly recommended that you take the time between appointments to apply and review what you learned during the tutoring session.

What should I bring to a tutoring session?

You should bring any books, notes, instructions or anything else that might help the tutor understand what you need help with.

Will the tutor proofread my paper?

No, but the tutors will suggest ways the student can identify patterns of errors, and using instructional materials, teach the student error correction.

What if I do not have a draft prepared? Can I still get help?

You can receive help at any stage of your writing assignment, even if you do not have a draft ready. We will guide you through the various stages of the writing process.

Who do I talk to if I have a question or concern about my tutoring session?

You can speak with Jan Robertson, Director of the Writing Center or Kenisha Thomas, Academic Resources Center Coordinator. You can find them in Sage Hall Room 100. You also can e-mail them at jan.robertson@bcc.cuny.edu or kenisha.thomas@bcc.cuny.edu.

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