Welcome to the WRC!
We offer tutoring in writing and reading to all De Anza College students for any class on campus--EWRT, READ, ESL, LART or any course with a writing assignment! Tutoring takes place in half-hour, drop-in sessions or through scheduled, weekly individual appointments.
Hours and Location
Spring 2019: Open April 15 to June 21
- Monday-Thursday: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
- Friday: 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Advanced Technology Center (ATC), Room 309
Drop-in tutoring is available during all hours of operation, every quarter. The time
limit for drop-in tutoring is 30 minutes per session, 2 sessions per day. No application
or appointment is needed for drop-in tutoring. Just sign in using your CWID for first-come,
Weekly Individual Tutoring (WIT)
Weekly Individual Tutoring appointments are available in fall, winter, and spring quarter (Sorry, appointments are not available for the summer quarter). You and your tutor will meet in the WRC once or twice a week, one hour for each writing/reading course. During this time, you can work on areas and topics that you need help with and learn strategies to help you study the subject better on your own. Depending on tutor availability and budget constraints, we may not be able to provide a Weekly Individual Tutor for each student who requests one, but we will do our best. It helps to apply early in the quarter.
Weekly Individual Tutoring is primarily* available to students enrolled in these courses:
- EWRT 200, READ 200, or LART 200
- EWRT 211, READ 211, or LART 211
- ESL 200, ESL 234, ESL 244, ESL 252/3, ESL 262/3, or ESL 272/3/4
- GUID 207
*Remember: Priority for Weekly Individual Tutoring is given to students enrolled in English/reading/writing courses below EWRT1A or ESL5 and students using EDC/DSS services.
Customized Academic Support (CAS)
This program is designed to support each student taking English Writing 200, Language Arts 200 and/or Reading 200 (EWRT, LART, and READ 200) with flexible, personalized options.
Student Success Center Co-Directors