Campus Writing Center

Faculty Resources at the Writing Center

How Faculty Can Help the Campus Writing Center


We strive to support your efforts as educators in every way possible. Here are ways that you can help the Writing Center enhance our services for your student writers:

  • Send us your students! Introduce your students to the Campus Writing Center at the beginning of the semester. Even students who have completed English 101 may not be familiar with our services. You can distribute our flyers, arrange an In-Center Class Visit, request a tutor to come for a Classroom Presentation, link to our website on your course homepage, and include Writing Center statements on your syllabus.

  • Notify us if you are requiring your students to visit. If your students are required to work with a tutor at the Campus Writing Center for an assignment, please e-mail Joe Labozzetta ( in advance, and provide your assignment details. It is important that we know ahead of time. Please also require that your students come at least 2 days before the assignment is due, so they can learn from the session and make thoughtful changes after meeting with the tutor.

    Please note: Canceling class and sending students to the Writing Center is not recommended, because we cannot guarantee adequate staffing for a sudden surge in students, and it takes away resources from other students who come for tutoring at that time. If you wish to bring your entire class to the Writing Center, please arrange an In-Center Class Visit.

  • Send us your assignments! It is very helpful for us to have a copy of your writing assignments on file, in case your students do not remember to bring them when they come for tutoring. Please send your writing assignments to Joe Labozzetta ( , for our records.

  • Contact us with questions and suggestions. Please let us know if you have questions about any of our services, or suggestions for additional resources we could provide for you and your students. You can reach us at 718-631-6663 or e-mail
    Joe Labozzetta ( We also invite you to stop by the Campus Writing Center in room L-118 to meet us and explore our services.


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