How do I make a face-to-face appointment?
You can make an appointment in one of several ways:
- call (501) 450-5123;
- drop by Thompson 109;
- access our online scheduler and make an appointment from your own computer uca.mywconline.com.
How do I make an email appointment?
Email a description of your assignment, your questions, and your draft to firstname.lastname@example.org. We respond in 24-48 hours M-F.
How do I make an IM appointment?
Step-by-step instructions for an IM session:
- IM appointments are scheduled through WCOnline in the same way face-to-face appointments are scheduled, only ‘IM’ should be selected from the drop down menu in the appointment window rather than ‘face-to-face’. Also, the answer to the question ‘Meet Online?’ in the appointment window should be ‘Yes—Meet Online’.
- After the appointment has been saved, attach the file containing the paper to the session.
- Your appointment will appear red on the schedule after exiting the appointment window.
- At the time you scheduled your appointment for, log back in to WCOnline and select your red appointment slot. Follow the instructions under the drop-down menu that should say ‘Yes—Meet Online’.
- The chat session should open in a separate window. Your tutor will direct you from there.
What kind of appointment should I make?
We have the following options for you to choose from:
- Face-to-face tutoring is where you come into the Center and work one-on-one with a tutor.
- For e-mail sessions, send your paper to email@example.com; we will assign a tutor to e-mail you feedback within 24-48 business hours.
- For IM and Skype sessions you schedule a time to meet a tutor online to have a face-to-face session concerning your project without leaving the comfort of your own home! For Skype sessions, you will need a webcam and Skype account.
- We can also video record your speeches or group presentations in our speech room and either e-mail the recording to you or go over it with you.
We encourage you to make as many appointments as necessary to work through the writing process!