Fall 2023 Hours
M-Th 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (face to face and online)
W & Th 6 - 8 p.m. (online only)
F 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. (face to face and online)
We offer free, one-on-one tutoring to the CCSU community. In our sessions, we provide resources, strategies, and techniques for writing across disciplines and genres.
We also offer class visits to introduce our services as well as brief writing workshops. Check out the rest of our site for more information and helpful resources.
We will work with you at any stage of your writing process, from understanding your purpose and brainstorming ideas to discovering revision strategies. Our work includes help with:
The Writing Center conducts in-person and online sessions.
CCSU students, staff, and faculty are able to schedule appointments through our regular scheduling software, called WCONLINE: https://ccsu.mywconline.com/. We also accept walk-ins.
Location: Willard DiLoreto W314
At the time of your appointment, log back in to WCONLINE, click on your appointment form, and click on "Join online consultation." A Writing Center tutor will be there to walk you through the process. You have the option to choose chat, audio, and/or video functions in online sessions, and you will be able to import and export documents. See our helpful videos for more information about making and joining an online appointment.
If you have further questions, please contact Dr. Amanda Fields at email@example.com.
We look forward to working with you!
The CCSU Writing Center is committed to anti-racist actions so that we can be fully supportive of writers. We promise to think deeply and critically about how tutoring practices and environments sustain or create inequities.
Academic writing and literacy are historically connected to racism and systemic inequity. Racism is ingrained in every institutional and societal system. Denying its existence is disingenuous and perpetuates harm.
Naming and resisting racist literacy practices is an opportunity to collaborate about difficult subjects and become active in positive social change.
Therefore, Writing Center staff have a commitment to:
We will strive to:
Our statement, and our actions, are works in progress. We are constantly learning, and we are implicated in racist institutional structures. We are a support service staffed primarily by students, and we work with all writers, regardless of background, experience, or perceived ability. We promise to engage in open conversations and collaboration among the CCSU Writing Center, students, and professors.