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 Writing Center


Welcome to the Writing Center at Chandler-Gilbert Community College!

We are a completely free and valuable resource, available to help you with writing assignments from any CGCC course.

Are you a confident writer? Or someone who struggles with your papers? Our experienced tutors help ALL STUDENTS accomplish their writing goals. And we can help at all stages of the writing process - from brainstorming topic ideas to documenting your sources and everything in between.

The Writing Center offers many services to CGCC students, including:

  • One-on-one tutoring sessions with English faculty and experienced writers
  • 10 computer stations for word processing, Internet research, and computer modules
  • dozens of handouts, books, and online resources
  • a comfortable, quiet study area
  • a good setting for small-group work
  • Writing Center workshops

As you can see, we are committed to helping you achieve your personal and academic goals! Remember our motto: come early and come often! I personally invite you to visit the Writing Center today - I know you'll be impressed with our tutors, facility and resources. See you soon!

Eva Falletta
Learning Center Director

Mission Statement

The CGCC Writing Center promotes the college's mission of serving our students by providing quality academic support to nurture life-long learning. We strive to create a welcoming environment in which we help students become better writers. Through a student-centered approach, we encourage an understanding of and critical reflection about writing and demystify the writing process to foster independence. Writing tutors work with students at all levels and abilities and in all disciplines to help them develop effective strategies for any writing situation.

Tutors help students develop strategies to achieve their goals as writers by counseling them to make informed choices. We do not write or edit papers for students. Instead, tutors give individualized attention to students at all stages of the writing process. We listen, dialogue, read carefully, and ask questions. We provided guided practice to build confidence and enhance critical thinking about writing. Ultimately, we aim to help students become successful, independent writers.​

Writing Center Drop-In Hours - Spring 2017

Pecos Campus

Room LIB230

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am - 7:00 pm

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday


Williams Campus

Bridget Hall
Room BRID114

Monday - Thursday
10:30 am - 2:30 pm

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday



​Writing Center Workshops - Spring 2017

Master any writing task with our helpful workshop series!


Computer Savvy: Tips for Formatting Any Writing Assignment
Worry-Free Writing
Critical Thinking 101: How to Begin!
Write This Way: MLA
Write This Way: APA
The Time is Write: How to Stop Procrastinating when a Paper's Due
Avoid Plagiarism like the Plague: How to Use Research Right!
Put Your Five Senses to Work: Concrete Detail in Creative and Academic Writing
Critical Thinking II: Rhetorical Analysis
Fixing Syntax: Fragments and Run-Ons
Taming the Thesis Statement
The Power of Revision
In Your Own Words: How to Integrate Sources
Packing a Punch: Developing Well-Supported Body Paragraphs
Start Strong...Finish Forcefully
How Do You Know if it's CRAP? Evaluating Websites for Papers and Projects
Avoid Plagiarism like the Plague: How to Use Research Right! (repeat)
Critical Thinking III: Visual Analysis
In Your Own Words: How to Integrate Sources (repeat)
Critical Thinking IV: Making Connections and Using Research to Include Synthesis in Writing
Special Event: Scholarship Writing Workshop


Online Resources for Writing

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