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Where Voices and Ideas Materialize.
Writing & Academic Literacy Center

Where Voices and Ideas Materialize.
Writing & Academic Literacy Center

Writing & Academic Literacy Center

NWACC's Writing & Academic Literacy Center is an integral part of the composition program where faculty offer expertise to writers throughout the writing process. The center strives to develop a writer's ability to recognize good writing, utilize research techniques, and avoid plagiarism.

Instructors read and respond to your written works, offer suggestions for improving drafts, and provide encouragement in tutoring sessions. Instructors will not “fix” written works, write papers for students, or suggest a grade that a paper should receive. 

If you need additional help on an assignment, you are encouraged to connect with the Writing Center for further tutoring sessions.

Contact Writing and Academic Literacy Center

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E-mail Consultation

Note: The Writing Center will be closed for Fall break, Oct. 18 and 19.  No papers will be reviewed after Friday, Oct. 15 until we reopen on Wednesday, Oct. 20.  Thank you and have a good break.

Click "Submit Your Work" button, complete the form, and attach your draft for feedback from a consultant. Consultants will receive form during center hours, Monday-Friday, 8 am - 4 pm. Papers will be returned with feedback within 24-48 hours. We are closed on the weekend. Contact writingcenter@nwacc.edu with questions.

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Writing Workshops

Each week, the Writing Center offers three one-hour workshops focusing on basic skills in grammar, punctuation and writing




Writing Workshops

Writer Resources

Browse multiple resources on documentation guides for MLA, APA, Chicago, CSE, ASA and I-Search papers, as well as videos and grammar exercises.



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