Writing Center

Writing Center Online Drop In-Hours:

While our physical space remains closed, we will be offering synchronous online tutoring throughout the Summer semester. Below are our hours. All sessions are held on Zoom. These hours are effective 6/1/21 – 8/19/21.

  • Mondays & Tuesdays noon - 9 p.m. 
  • Wednesdays & Thursdays 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

To access this service, click here and enter your AccessBCC login credentials.

The Writing Center is also offering draft reviews by email. Please submit your draft as a .doc or .docx file, assignment sheet, and three concerns about your writing to WritingCenter@bristolcc.edu. Please email us from your Bristol email account and include your student ID # in your message. This service is offered Monday through Friday, with a general turnaround time of 24 - 36 hours.  This service is available 6/1/21 – 8/20/21.

If you need an appointment outside of our scheduled drop-in hours, please email us at WritingCenter@bristolcc.edu.


From the Writing Center Coordinator, Michael S. Geary:

When the Writing Center first opened in 1993 under the guidance of Dr. Howard Tinberg, it was intended to be a place where all members of the college community could continue to develop their writing skills. We are proud to continue Dr. Tinberg’s vision of a cross-disciplinary center that engages with writing across the curriculum. Now located in the Library Learning Commons on each campus, we share in its mission to provide student-centered academic support across disciplines for all students, to maximize academic potential, and to promote student success in a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment.

We are happy to help you with your research paper, cover letter, scholarship essay, short story, newspaper article, dissertation, or any other type of writing that you are doing. Whether you are a first-semester student, a senior faculty member, or a member of the community at large, we are available to serve you on each of Bristol’s campuses. 

The Writing Center collaborates with the Library staff, and supports the English Department’s Portfolio Assessment Project, the Troy City Review, and The Hawk.