The Write Place
Writing can be challenging. The Write Place is the perfect spot to get support for your writing and critical thinking skills. Our writing mentors are available to guide you through your writing process. This center is free to use and open to all students.
Get Started with MyWCOnline
Schedule tutoring sessions, view support center hours, and get the help you need by logging in to FLCC.MyWCOnline.
- First visit? Register for a free account.
- Returning? Select a subject and schedule a session.
Note: Switch tutoring subjects using the "Schedules" menu once logged in to your account.
Schedule a Mentoring Session
Mentoring sessions typically last 30 minutes but can extend to one hour. We are available Monday-Friday for remote or in-person sessions. View our full schedule and make an appointment, or contact us to discuss your specific writing needs.
Prepare for Your Mentoring Sessions
Our mentors are here to help you discover ways to advance to the next phase in your writing process, whether generating first ideas or refining draft content.
To maximize your time with our mentors, we ask that you bring the following to every mentoring session:
- Project materials (syllabus, assignment, notes and drafts, or textbooks)
- Instructor or peer feedback
- Realistic expectations of what we can accomplish
Access Reference Materials
The Write Place provides access to writing samples and research formatting handbooks for APA, MLA, and CSE. Dictionaries and copies of current textbooks are also available for use, among other resources.
For step-by-step instructions on how to format papers in APA or MLA style, check out The Purdue Online Writing Lab. If you are looking for quick tips on how to solve common grammar issues, visit Grammar Girl's Quick And Dirty Tips.