Hours and Important Dates
Fall Semester Hours (August 24 through December 11):
- Monday through Thursday: 7:30 am – 6 pm
- Friday: 7:30 am – 4 pm
- Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
- NOTE: Students must know their Student ID number to receive services. Paper sign-in forms are
available for students who forget their ID cards.
Important Fall Dates:
- No credit on Student Success Day: September 22
- Last day for credit: December 11
We are closed on the following dates:
- August 6 –21
- September 7
- October 15 & 16
- October 30
- November 11
- November 26 & 27
- December 18 – January 10
Online writing center
The online writing center is available through the MyCentury login
(choose D2L Brightspace).
- The online writing center currently offers quizzes and discussion boards but not feedback on individual papers.
- Hardware: 35 PCs
- Microsoft Office 2013
- Southwestern Keyboarding Pro Practice
- Grammar 3D
- Practice Exercises
- MLA, APA, and CMS Handbooks
- Assorted Reference Materials and Handbooks
- Century College English Handbooks
- Sign in at one of the two designated computers using your Student ID. Remember to log out when you're finished in order to receive credit.
- Bring your writing--essay, paragraph, or workbook assignment.
- You may work independently, with other students, or with a consultant on your chosen writing assignment.
- Peer groups - Occasionally, peer groups work together on papers - editing, revising, or planning.
You may join one of these peer groups, or if there are no peer groups, you may start one.
- Occasionally, a consultant may ask if you need help. They are there to assist you whenever you have a question or a concern.
- Consultants are available to discuss problems in grammar, mechanics, format, or style. Our consultants will not proofread your work, but
they can help you identify and/or correct weaknesses in your paper.
- It may take more than one session for a consultant to evaluate your work.
- Computers - our computers may be used for word processing or academic research. Students may also use available computer programs for practice exercises to improve their use of proper grammar and mechanics.
- Resources - You may use the available handouts to solve problems with the mechanics of writing or to work on specific areas of weakness in grammar and/or punctuation. You may also use our handbooks, dictionaries, and other reference materials; however, these resources
must remain in the Center.
- After your visit to the Writing Center, allow yourself sufficient time to revise and edit your work before submitting it to your instructor.
- The Writing Center is a place for free exchange of ideas, so it can be noisy at times.