Writing resources for students and faculty
Become a Better Writer Today
Make an appointment
E-mail us for questions or class visits
Or come visit during regular hours, in the Writing Center, room 218.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 1-6 p.m.
The Writing Center at Bryan College of Health Sciences provides free services to all students and faculty at the college, and to the entire Bryan Health System.
At the Writing Center, we provide one-on-one tutoring to discuss the piece you're writing and the goals behind the piece. Our goal to help you become a better writer overall, not just help you with your assignment.
Services for Students and Faculty
- One-on-one peer tutoring
- Consultation with faculty on writing or writing assignments
- In-class presentations regarding aspects of academic writing or to explain the help we provide in the Writing Center
What we will do
We will become enthusiastic about your writing.
We will address your writing concerns in a timely, friendly, and knowledgeable manner.
We will help you in all stages of the writing process: invention, organization, revision, and everything in between.
We will help you with the sticky particulars of APA style.
We will look at any piece of writing you bring us, from college assignments to job resumes to creative writing.
What we will not do
We will not demand you follow our suggestions. It’s your writing, and all decisions are up to you.
Similarly, we won’t do your work for you. We can talk you through writing a good thesis, but we won’t write it for you.
We will not make fun of your writing.
We will not guarantee a good grade.
We will not criticize or belittle Bryan College of Health Sciences professors or their assignments.
While we do consider grammar, we are not a drop off copyediting service. If all you want is a proofreader, ask a trusted friend to read it, or read it aloud yourself. You’d be surprised how well that works.
Visiting the Writing Center
Bring your paper, either a hardcopy or digital
Bring the directions or requirements for the assignment you’re working on
If you made an appointment, be on time. If you’re more than five minutes late, your appointment may be given to the next person on the waiting list.