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You can book a session or access your regular weekly session via WCOnline here: Please 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 tutoring sessions can be scheduled up to two days in advance. Asynchronous tutoring sessions can be booked up to a week in advance. A white box indicates an available time slot.

Register for a weekly tutoring session by filling out this Google Form.

The Hunter College RWC is a comprehensive service for the entire Hunter community, offering academic support to all registered students, both undergraduate and graduate.

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 register for a recurring weekly appointment with a tutor, make indvidual appointments for live in-person or video sessions, and/or book an asynchronous session.

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 emailing the Center in order to ensure priority placement and to receive progress updates during the semester. They can also schedule a classroom visit, request an in-class workshop, and include in their syllabi a link to the RWC website.

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, and business and professional writing.


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7th Floor of the library in the Silverstein Student Success Center
(212) 772-4212 | email us
695 Park Ave
NY, NY 10065