Language & Writing Center


Writing tutors can assist students with all types of writing—essay assignments, journals, research papers, resumes, scholarship essays, and more. Assistance is available at all stages of the writing process, whether you are just starting to generate ideas for an assignment or have a completed draft. Although tutors do not edit or proofread, they will help you determine what your tendencies are concerning grammar errors, explain general concepts, and offer strategies for becoming a more effective writer. Tutors can also help with MLA, APA, and other formatting styles.

Language students can meet with a tutor for conversation practice and assistance with written and oral assignments in English, Japanese, Spanish, and American Sign Language. All services are available on a drop-in or appointment basis, in-person or via Zoom.

Visit the Speech and Presentation Lab located within the Language & Writing Center to meet with tutors to support you in your Speech and Communications classes and projects.  You may also use this space to practice, time, and even record your presentations!

Hours - Spring 2024

On campus tutoring is open!  Hours of operation are:

Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fridays: 9 2 p.m.

Speech & Presentation Lab: Monday through Thursday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Please view schedules to the right to see availability of tutors.

Access Zoom links by visiting the Clark Virtual Tutoring Center.

Clark Virtual Tutoring Center


All services will be located in Hawkins Hall, Room 102.

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Please contact Tutoring Services with any questions.

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Current Schedules

Language Tutoring Schedule

Writing Tutoring Schedule

Speech & Communications Schedule

If you need assistance with tutor schedules, please call the Language & Writing Center at (360) 992-2253.

Online Tutoring

Students can get online tutoring in the Online Writing Lab and Live Writing sessions by:

  1. Go to the eTutoring website
  2. Click "Get Started"
  3. Select “Washington”
  4. Select “Clark College”
  5. Follow the login instructions

eTutoring Website