The Writing Center is here for you. Our central goal is to help make you a better writer. We understand the desire to improve an individual project, but we want to help you build the skills you need to succeed longterm. So, you never have to worry—our tutors aren't approaching your paper with a condemning red pen. We want to work with you, talk to you, and most importantly, teach you how to improve writing all on your own.
We are open to all students, teachers, and staff associated with A-State-Jonesboro. For projects personal to professional and private to public, we are here to help with them all. All you have to do is make an appointment or drop in on the third floor of the library.
We can't wait to work with you.
For information more specialized to you, check out the links on the side!
Events and Updates
Quick Reference Guides. Sometimes you just have a quick question about citation. For those late-night and weekends when we can't be there for you, take a look at these handy notes on frequently asked questions about citation style guides. Scan the QR code for your preferred style guide.
- Choose your style guide and click the links below for quick reference sheets featuring the answers to frequently asked formatting questions.
Skills Workshops. Intimidated by your program's style expectations? Returning to academic writing after a long absence? Just looking for a refresher on some of those grade-school grammar and syntax concepts? Attend one of our Writing Skills Workshops.
Spring 2023 Skills Workshop Series Schedule:
Undergraduates: Thursdays at 2 pm in Lib 353A or Zoom
February 16th: Sentence Structure
March 16: Avoiding Plagiarism
April 13th: The Research Process
Graduates: Thursdays at 3 pm in Lib 353A or Zoom
March 2nd: Endnote and Footnotes
March 30: ProQuest Formatting
April 13th: Conference Proposals and Abstracts