Welcome to Spring Term!

We’re available for in-person as well as online appointments

Important!!! We know things can happen at the last minute, and we’re happy to take walk-ins. But we can’t always guarantee there will be a tutor available.

That means... the best thing to do is to make an appointment using WCOnline. We have tutors working both in person and online, so you don’t always have to be on campus to have an appointment.

To book a session with a tutor, first visit our new booking site: https://citytech.mywconline.com/. Because it is a new site, you will need to register to make appointments. For directions on how to register, please see the images below. As usual, our appointments will last for 45 minutes even though the booking is for one hour—this gives tutors a bit of time to do paperwork and prepare for the next writer. 

With this new booking site called WC Online, you have the ability to upload your draft or your assignment prompt ahead of time. You can also modify or cancel your appointment as needed. Right now, we are opening with online appointments, but stay tuned because we are working on our physical space for the center and hope to open that very soon as well! Make sure you can check your email before your online appointments, because your tutor will send a link you can use to join in the session.

If you want to learn more about our tutors, please visit here. If you have any questions, please reach out via email to WritingCenter@citytech.cuny.edu. 

registration form

More about the Writing Center

 If you have questions, you can email us at WritingCenter@citytech.cuny.edu.  

Hello, City Tech students!

The Writing Center is here to  help you at all stages of the writing process (from brainstorming to proofreading)!  Whether you are working on an academic essay, a research project, a scholarship application or a job cover letter– we are here to guide and assist you! The Writing Center also offers workshops in everything from organizing your paragraphs to making your writing more compelling. A workshop schedule is coming soon.

For students, we offer:
  • one-on-one tutoring: see the WCOnline link on the right to book an appointment.
  • specialized writing workshops: topics include how to revise an  essay, how to get started when you’re stuck, and how to keep a reader engaged. 
  • online resources: these include both video and text-based resources for help reading and understanding assignments, drafting papers, using gender-inclusive language, revising, and proofreading. Check out the links under Tools & Resources.
For faculty:

If you’d like one of our tutors to visit your class to explain how the Writing Center works, please email us at WritingCenter@citytech.cuny.edu.

We look forward to hearing from you!