Writing Conferences

A Writing Conference is an individualized session where a learning specialist or tutor collaborates with you in your academic writing process in order to help you become a better communicator who can convey ideas, thoughts, and concepts to a diverse audience. These skills will aid you as a college student and as a professional in the workforce.

The following services are offered:

  • Organizational: brainstorming and content development
  • Technical: essay writing skills, grammar/mechanics
  • Source documentation: MLA, APA, Turabian
  • Personal statements for college admission
  • Science Lab Report
  • Resumes and cover letters
  • Conferences can last up to 30 minutes


Writing FAQs

Instructions for Zoom Conferences

Students can use our physical location on TCC campus, or use Zoom for an online conference.

If you have never used Zoom before, please view the following links:

Will a writing specialist or tutor proofread my paper?

Our writing specialists and tutors will offer guidance, valuable feedback, and resources to you in a collaborative and non-judgmental way. We help you become editors of your own writing, but we cannot proofread or write your paper for you.

How can I get my paper reviewed when the Learning Commons is closed?



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Writing Resources



Summary Essay Template


Planning & Drafting




Writing Strategies


Types of Assignments


Career Writing


Career Websites



This website offers great resources for job seekers.



This website offers great examples of cover letters.



This is a global employment website with resources.



The Muse

This website assist jobseekers research companies and careers.



This website can help someone finds jobs in their area or field.


Grammar & Mechanics


Personal Statement

College Admission


Writing for Specific Subjects


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Science Lab Reports

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Social Science

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Helpful Links & Websites

Writing Resources

Writing Resources
Khan Academy logo 

Khan Academy 

This free website also has courses in math, physics, U.S. history, grammar, economics and biology. High school sophomores and juniors can also find free SAT practice questions and tests

Purdue Owl logo 

Purdue Owl  

This comprehensive website, associated with Purdue University, offers free resources including writing and teaching writing, research, grammar and mechanics, style guides, ESL (English as a Second Language), and job search and professional writing.

University of Richmond Writing Center logo 

Writers Web from the University of Richmond

The Writer's Web is an on-line handbook created and maintained by Richmond University's Writing Center and WAC program staff. Topics included on this page are: how to get started writing, writing first drafts, focusing and connecting ideas, analysis and argument, editing a draft, peer editing strategies, punctuation, sentence structure and mechanics, editing for clarity and style, documentation, using sources effectively, and writing on-line. 

The Writer's Handbook at University of Wisconsin Madison writing center logo 

UW-Madison Writer’s Handbook

This Handbook is created by the University of Wisconsin and offers concise instruction on writing both academically and creatively, on editing for style, on documentation styles, and on writing for varied disciplines (including science).

Book cover for Elements of Style 

The Elements of Style

Strunk & White's usage and style guide

International Writing Center Association  

International Writing Centers Association

This site is a great writing resource that encompasses various aspects of the Writing Center such as relevant on-line articles, tutor stories, e-mail discussion groups and many other resources for both writers and Writing Center members 

Important TCC Links

Important TCC Links


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TCC Resources

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