The Stone Writing Center held a Rally for Cookies to recruit more students and introduce some the center’s resources and benefits on Sept. 18.
“We offer help with anything that has to do with writing a paper for various subjects,” said Dani Tamas with the center, located on the fourth floor of the White Library. “We offer food periodically as well as coffee every day, and we have charging lockers for laptops and phones.
Danielle Gatchel was encouraged to visit the center by fellow dual credit student Josh Wigley.
“There’s a variety of different people here to help,” Wigley said. “You can ask for different views on the same subject.”
The center is equipped with several tutors/consultants who stand out from the other centers on campus because they already have degrees primarily in English.
Calvin Jackson, an electrical engineering major, enjoys using the computers for homework and appreciates the help from staff.
“They’re really good; they’re patient, calm and productive. They’ll work with you and are really helpful,” Jackson said.
The writing center helps with all papers, whether science, history, English, math or almost anything else, so if you or someone you know needs assistance, visit the center on the Fourth Floor of the White Library or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 361-698-1364.
STONE WRITING CENTER
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday