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TCC Writing Centers

Appointments

 
 Make, Edit, or Cancel an Appointment Here 
for our campus, Online Email Feedback, or Online Live (Zoom) Conference schedules.

If you have any trouble, you can watch a tutorial on how to make an appointment. Below is a handout that illustrates how to attach documents to the appointment as well.

 

TCC Writing Center Mission Statement

TCC Writing Center Mission Statement

Tulsa Community College Writing Centers promote collaboration in all stages of the writing process. Our writing consultants help students develop skills and strategies to become more confident, independent critical thinkers and effective communicators. We assist in areas such as:

  • Understanding assignments
  • Organizing and developing ideas
  • Communicating effectively across various genres and disciplines
  • Integrating research and citing sources in appropriate formats
  • Revising drafts
  • Understanding and using appropriate grammar, punctuation, and style

In addition, by partnering with faculty of all disciplines, we work to increase student success to academic support, thereby fostering student achievement and encouraging an open dialogue about successful writing within the college community.

Writing Center Services

Tulsa Community College Writing Centers

Who we are:

Our writing centers offer free one-on-one consultations on each of our four campuses. Our consultants have English degrees and experience working with college students in academic environments. Our primary goal is to help students become more confident and proficient writers. We do not simply proofread texts but instead focus on higher-order concerns such as development and organization of ideas. We encourage students to open a dialogue about writing with us. We want to collaborate in all stages of the writing process. We offer suggestions and feedback on assignments and will guide students through writing and revising their drafts.

What we offer:

  • One-on-one writing consultations
  • Writing workshops on a variety of writing topics and strategies
  • Classroom orientations to introduce students to our services
  • Helpful handouts and online resources on writing
  • Computer access and printing

Hours of Operation

Summer 2022 Hours

June 6 - July 31

                  Metro Campus - In Person & Virtual   

 (918) 595-7240

                  Monday - Thursday 8 am - 6 pm;  Friday 8 am - 5 pm

          Southeast Campus     

(918) 595-7719

Monday - Thursday 8 am -  6 pm; Friday 8 am - 5 pm 

                    Northeast Campus - In Person & Virtual  

(918) 595-7565

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

 West Campus   

(918) 595-8063

 Monday - Thursday 8 am - 5 pm

Online Email:

(918) 595-8063

Monday - Friday 8 am - 8 pm

 

World Language Lab:

(918) 595-7750 Email languagelab@tulsacc.edu

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm and Sat 9 am - 1 pm (with advanced notice)

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, TCC Writing Centers have adjusted campus work. We plan on being available in person and online this semester. Please email writingcenter@tulsacc.edu or call. You can also make/edit/change online appointments in the link on the left.

Due to current staffing, chat may be unavailable during nights and weekends.

 

SEARCH THE WRITING CENTER FAQ HERE

Online Writing Workshops

Writing Center Locations and Contact Info

Metro Campus

MP-200 (2nd floor of Philips Building, down the ramp from the Library in the Main Academic Building)

918-595-7240

Northeast Campus

FACET Center EB-117 (in the Enterprise Building)

918-595-7565

Southeast Campus

Room 3220, Building 3 

918-595-7719

West Campus

Student Success Center (1st floor of Information Commons Building)

918-595-8063

Online Writing Center

writingcenter@tulsacc.edu

918-595-8172

Tutoring for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Available

New Resource for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students

The Writing Center through the office of Accessibility Resources now has a link for specialized tutor for Accessibility Resource Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. This tutor is available to work with students in many subject areas including English, Psychology, History and Computer Concepts. Appointments and schedule can be accessed through the Make, Edit, or Cancel an Appointment here link.

Metro Campus Library: 918.595.7172 | Northeast Campus Library: 918.595.7501 | Southeast Campus Library: 918.595.7701 | West Campus Library: 918.595.8010

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