In concert with the English Department, the Rose Warner Writing/Critical Thinking Center, located in T2121, offers tutoring sessions on a drop-in basis or by appointment. We provide a casual, student-friendly atmosphere where all students can receive free, collaborative feedback on everything from proof-reading to thesis development, composing processes to text analysis. While our number one goal is to increase student writing success, we strive to fulfill the mission statement of the College, which regards humanistic exploration of the big issues--and the engagement of the "whole" person--as fundamental objectives of a sound, comprehensive education.
Although we pay attention to pesky comma splices or probe ideas using our sharpened critical thinking skills, not far from our vision is the consideration of our relationships: with ourselves, with others, and with the world.
Finally, we view writing and critical thinking as integral parts of learning and that writing prowess, coupled with critical thinking dexterity, develop conscientious citizens who, empowered, empower others.
The Rose Warner Writing/Critical Thinking Center provides techniques and resources to help you become a more capable, informed writer.
The Rose Warner Writing/Critical Thinking Center summer on campus hours*:
The Center will be closed this week on campus and will open again next week. Please look here for hours.
If you'd like online help, please send Steve Backus a Word attachment to email@example.com along with brief assignment overview, due date and feedback needs. Online help is available seven days a week.
Plus, you can call the writing center at (218) 723-6657 to get help or make an appointment.
*Hours may vary minimally; please check schedule outside the center.
All students enrolled at St. Scholastica classes are eligible to use The Rose Warner Writing/Critical Thinking Center's services. This includes, but is not limited to, Brainerd, St. Paul, St. Cloud, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, Extended and Online students, and graduate students.
Send your work in Word as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a brief assignment overview, due date and feedback needs if you'd like writing center help; turn-around time is typically 48-72 hours, but papers are prioritized to maximize efficiency.