Student Services Hours

The WCC Reading & Writing Center is closed for the summer




Reading & Writing Center

The Reading & Writing Center is staffed by Reading and English Composition faculty who work to assist students with any reading comprehension and writing tasks. The space is equipped with networked computers and a printer.

What we offer:

•    One-on-one consultation with an NWACC English Instructor. Students may drop in to the NWACC
•    Writing Center in WCC 108 for a conference and/or review of their work on a first come-first served basis.
•    Lab space for reading/writing work and review
•    Supplemental Instruction and Referral services
•    Individual reading tasks to help students practice and master concepts presented in class
•    Practice using academic vocabulary
•    Support for faculty who want to focus on reading and writing in the curriculum

E-Mail Consultation

Students may send their work via email for help from an instructor. Follow these directions for submission. Students will receive a response within forty-eight hours.

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