Writing & Reading Center

NMC's Writing & Reading Center (WRC) offers peer assistance with all types of writing at all stages of the writing process. You'll receive help with:

  • Invention/Outlining
  • Drafting
  • Revision
  • Organization/Coherence
  • Source integration
  • Citation/Documentation
  • Grammar/Punctuation
  • Reading comprehension of sources used

Help is available for all types of writing, including:

  • Class papers
  • Cover letters for jobs
  • Personal statements
  • Creative writing

Want to make a Writing Center appointment? Are you a current student?

Schedule an appointment here


The WRC has closed for Spring 2022.  We will re-open to serve NMC students for the main 8-week session of Summer 2022 semester, with both in-person and Zoom appointments, starting Monday, June 13.

WRC sessions are typically 30 minutes, but they can last from 20 minutes to longer, as necessary. For instructions on what information students need to provide when requesting an online appointment via email, please refer to our Contact Us page.

Once we reopen mid-June, students can self-schedule an appointment via MySuccess, drop in at SH 221 or contact us (via phone or email) during our summer weekday business hours. 

We're here to support students. If you have any questions, we look forward to your inquiry and will respond as soon as we can once we re-open mid-June, during our summer weekday business hours. 

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Summer 2022 (8-week Session)

The WRC will be open Mon 6/13–Thur 8/4 for Summer 2022, and closed on Mon, July 4.

WRC hours (EST) - Scholars Hall 221

  • Mon: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
  • Tue: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
  • Wed: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
  • Thurs: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
  • Fri-Sun: Closed

Depending on student demand as the 8-week summer session progresses, we may add Friday 10 a.m.–2 p.m. hours starting mid-July.


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What really happens in NMC's Writing and Reading Center? Watch our video for a unique perspective from students and staff of the Writing and Reading Center.

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