Writing Center

Welcome to The Writing Center

The Writing Center is a place where students can get help with academic, professional, and creative writing. Writing Center consultants are careful readers and listeners. As such, they will not edit papers, but will instead offer strategies for revision and help identify errors. They help with any type of writing at any stage of the writing process, including brainstorming, drafting, revising, and polishing. 

We’re here to empower students to succeed in their classes. Our support is free to all currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. For more information check out our About Us page. 

Please come see us early and often and find out what we can do to help reduce stress and encourage you towards success! Contact Tutoring at 208.562.2233, by email at writing@cwi.edu, or follow us on Facebook (CWI Tutoring Services and Writing Center). 

Many of our tutors are students who were recommended by faculty based on their dedication and high GPA, and because they excel at the subjects they tutor. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please visit our "Become a Tutor" page. Become a Tutor

Handouts and Resources

Tutoring Services has a wide variety of handouts and other resources available to students. Whether you need a math handout for class or you need help formatting a paper, our handouts are excellent guides! We are currently adding our handouts to this site, so please check back often or reach out to us if the handout you need is not available. View Handouts and Other Resources

We're here for you!

Our staff is available online via chat and email, online appointment, and in your Blackboard during our normal business hours! Chat with us during service hours, check our FAQ , or email us your question.

Contact Us

Note: Our live chat is not a live tutoring session. It is here to answer questions about our services, help you make an appointment, or find other resources.


Need More Info?

  • Ada County Center Pintail Building - APIN room 1304
  • Nampa Campus Academic Building - NCAB room 209
  • Virtually via the Online Writing Lab (OWL)