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Welcome to the Dr. Murray and Anna C. Rockowitz Writing Center

RWC Schedule

The RWC will be closed for in-person tutoring until further notice.
Friday, 5/15

Live video sessions: 11am-3pm

E-tutoring: 12pm-2pm and 9pm-12am

Saturday, 5/16

Live video sessions: 11am-3pm

E-tutoring: 12pm-6pm and 9pm-12am

Sunday, 5/17

E-tutoring: 12pm-6pm and  9pm-12am

Monday, 5/18

Live video sessions: 11am-3pm

E-tutoring: 12pm-2pm and 4pm-6pm

Tuesday, 5/19

Live video sessions: 3pm-7pm

e-tutoring: 12pm-2pm and 4pm-6pm

Wednesday, 5/20

Live video sessions: 11am-3pm

e-tutoring: 12pm-2pm and 4pm-6pm

Thursday, 5/21

Live video sessions: 3pm-7pm

e-tutoring: 12pm-2pm and 4pm-6pm

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

The RWC will be closed for *in-person* weekly sessions, drop-in tutoring, and workshops for the remainder of the Spring semester.

You can book a live video session or access your regular weekly session via WC Online here: hunter.mywconline.com. Please select 2020 Spring Online Tutoring and log in using your username and password that you created when you registered. If you do not remember your password, you can create a new one. Live video sesions can be made one day in advance. A white box indicates an available time slot.


You can book an asynchronous e-tutoring session also via hunter.mywconline.com and select 2020 Spring E-tutoring. Log in using your username and password that you created when you registered. If you do not remember your password, you can create a new one. E-tutoring appointments can be made up to one week in advance. A white box indicates an available times slot. Click on the Students tab above for more information.

 

The Hunter College RWC is a comprehensive service for the entire Hunter community, offering tutorial assistance and academic support to all registered students, both undergraduate and graduate, as well as technical assistance and development to faculty and staff.

 

Registered students can receive tutoring to improve their skills in critical reading and academic writing, as a means to enhance their educational experience. Students can apply for a weekly appointment with a tutor, use drop-in services as needed on a first-come, first-served basis, and/or book an e-tutor session. Students may also attend workshops on a variety of writing-related issues offered at the Center throughout the academic year.

 

Faculty members are encouraged to inform their students of our services and to utilize the Center as an academic resource. They can recommend our services to their students or refer students to the Center for tutorial assistance by completing a referral form in order to ensure priority placement and to receive progress updates during the semester. The can also schedule a classroom visit and/or an in-class workshop, include in their syllabi a link to the RWC website, and/or request technical assistance from a Writing Across the Curriculum consultant.

 

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni can access our online tutorials, interactive exercises, and/or our extensive file of RWC handouts for materials relating to the writing process, grammar and mechanics, critical reading, research and documentation, writing across the curriculum, business and professional writing, and the CUNY assessment tests in reading and writing.

 

 

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