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Welcome to WCONLINE! To get started, register for an account by clicking the link to the left.


First visit?

Click the link on the left to register. If you have questions, call 845-575-2735.

How does the Writing Center help?

The Writing Center offers free, 30 and 60 minute one-on-one tutoring sessions to anyone in the Marist College community.  We can work with writers at any stage of the writing process, to brainstorm, draft, organize, develop, revise, or edit, and we can help whether you are on your first or final draft. We are also happy to help assist any type of writing you might be doing, from academic research essays to capping projects, creative writing to job or graduate school application materials.  PLEASE NOTE: We cannot write your papers for you (or guarantee good grades), and we cannot copy edit papers either, although we will help you identify patterns of error in your writing and strategies you can use to identify and correct grammar errors.

I'm not on campus; can you still help me?

Yes! We offer online appointments for distance ed students.  If you are a Professional Programs student, a graduate student, taking classes online, or studying abroad, choose "Online Tutorials: Distance Ed Students" to sign up for an online tutorial.  You will receive instructions for your appointment when you sign up for an online tutorial.  Online tutorials are available Mondays 5 pm-9 pm, Wednesdays 4 pm-8 pm, and Saturdays 10 am-2 pm. Online tutorials run 60 minutes and take place via the online writing center ilearn site.

Getting started:

Schedule a time that is convenient. Appointments can be either 30 or 60 minutes long. We are in Library 334, open every day of the week. When you come, let the front desk assistant know your name. Your tutor will meet you and you will be on track for becoming a better writer.

What can I expect when I come? 

You and the tutor will begin by choosing priorities. You can expect tutors to treat your questions with care and respect. Tutors provide options, resources, and support for making improvements. Of course, the final responsibility for revising assignments remains with you.

Tips and Tricks:

  • You can make more progress by coming frequently. Tutors have the same schedule every week, which makes it easy to reschedule with  the same tutor.
  • If our appointments are full, please use the waiting list feature. Click on the clock on the upper left corner of the scheduler and you will get a text or email when someone cancels.
  • You are also encouraged to drop in. Although we cannot guarantee a last minute appointment, if a tutor is available, we will help.
  • You can select tutors by general subject, if you wish, by going to the top of the scheduler and clicking the drop down menu called "limit to.
  • If you are a distance ed student, choose the "Online Tutorials: Distance Ed Students.

Need help making an appointment?

Call us during business hours and we will help: 845-575-2735.

Having trouble?

Write the director, Angela Laflen at

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