Writing Center NYC
A message from NYC's Writing Center coordinator Agie Markiewicz
The writing center is here to support your teaching and learning! Our operations have moved online, but our services remain accessible to you. Please read through the below options:
1. Students can receive one-on-one tutoring via e-mail, phone/video, and chat.
2. Writing center staff are available to lead class discussions via Blackboard (please contact me to facilitate the assignment of tutor and adding them to your BB shell) or Zoom.
3. Writing center workshops are taking place digitally! Please visit our blog for more information.
4. I am available to assist you in online teaching directly (lesson plans, resources, methodologies, pedagogies, feedback, peer tutoring, etc.).
5. Me and my staff are here to support all student projects and class work including Honors Thesis, sponsored research, graduate school applications, grant applications, and personal statements.
I have set up office hours for the remainder of the Spring semester: Tuesday-Friday 12pm to 4pm.
Welcome to WCNYC—a place for writers!
WCNYC tutors are here to be your sounding boards throughout the process of writing, whatever that may mean for you. We recognize that not everyone writes in the same way, and that most of us have our own way of putting papers together. In fact, we hope that we can help you identify your own process of writing.
We welcome writers from all disciplines and levels of study. We work with writers one-on-one or in small groups on a variety of writing assignments, and we can do so either in person or online. Our goal is to help you wherever you are!
We encourage writers to come in at any stage of writing. You do not need to have a draft ready to work with a tutor. To begin a paper, we ask that you bring in your assignment and notes so that we can help you identify a topic. Once your paper is drafted, we can help you revise and edit. If you already have feedback from your instructor, we can help ensure that you are incorporating your instructor’s constructive criticism to flesh out your assignment fully.
Our site and blog feature many helpful writing resources and tips geared especially to the needs of Pace NYC. We work with both faculty and students to identify topics for podcasts, handouts, lectures, and exercises. Don’t see what you need? Let us know and we will be pleased to work with you to create an exercise that best fulfills your needs!
Looking to make an appointment? Visit our online scheduling system.
One Pace Plaza, Room Y-25 (second floor, west side)
Agie Markiewicz, Coordinator
Amber Elie-Pierre, Lead Tutor
Kristen Michelson, ESL Specialist
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 10AM - 6PM
Monday-Thursday: 11AM - 6PM
Friday: 11AM - 3PM
Intersession and Summer
Monday-Thursday: 11AM - 5PM
To make an appointment, call or stop by.