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Writing Center

Writing Center

Exciting news!  You can now make appointments in the Writing Center through our online scheduling system. No more waiting until we are open to call us!  Click on "MyWCOnline" under "Quick Links" to set up an account.  This will allow you to view the Center's schedule and make an appointment.  You can also choose to have the Center send you an e-mail or a text reminder of the time of your appointment.

About Us

The Writing Center, located in 242 Bancroft Hall, provides a free writing consultation service to all members of the University community: students, staff, administrators, and faculty. The Writing Center's purpose is to help writers at all levels learn more about their writing through tutoring sessions.

Tutors help writers analyze assignments, address audiences appropriately, improve their composing processes, strengthen the focus and organization of their writing, and improve their control of the language. The Writing Center cannot provide a proofreading/editing service or guarantee better grades; its primary purpose is to improve writing in the long term.

Although operating hours may vary from semester to semester, the Writing Center is open at least five days a week except during the summer. Scheduling an appointment ensures that a tutor will be available.  You can call the Center at 803-323-2138 for help with setting up your account, but once you have an account, you can access the Center's schedule and make appointments on your own.  We cannot make appointments through e-mail.

Hours of Operation

Fall Semester Hours:

Monday through Thursday:  9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday:                                  9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

We are not open on weekends, and the Center closes when Winthrop University closes (for example, on national holidays or snow days).


Writing Center
242 Bancroft Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
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