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Writing and Reading Center

The Writing and Reading Center

Due to the suspension of in-person classes, the WRC is not conducting in-person writing assistance sessions. For writing help and feedback on papers, choose one of the following options:

» Request to meet with a writing consultant online
» Make an appointment with a reading paraprofessional
» Learn how to access NetTutor, an online tutorial service
» View more online academic resources

The Writing and Reading Center (WRC), as part of the Learning Center, is a place where MVC students can get feedback and support with reading and writing assignments for any class. You can meet with a writing consultant or instructor one-on-one during any stage of the writing process: from brainstorming and outlining to revising. The WRC also has a reading paraprofessional available to help you improve your reading, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.


Meet with a Writing Consultant or Reading Paraprofessional

Writing assistance is available online. For more information, learn about the online tutoring services available to MVC students.


Hours, Location and Contact Information

Hours of Operation: Location: Phone: Coordinator:

Fall and spring hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9 am - 6 pm
Friday: 9 am - 3 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 1 pm
Sunday: Closed

Winter and summer:
Monday - Thursday: 9 am - 6 pm
Friday - Sunday: Closed

Learning Center
Humanities Building, Room 219

(951) 571-6128

Melanie James



The Writing and Reading Center (WRC) supports learning in reading and writing for all registered Moreno Valley College students at all levels and at any stage of the writing process. We provide a safe, supportive learning environment for all students, especially for students traditionally marginalized within higher education, with the goal of increasing access to and success in higher education for all students. By supporting all student writers at their individual levels, the WRC promotes literacy education and the democratization of higher education. The WRC also acknowledges the writing needs of faculty and staff on campus and will help faculty and staff to grow as writers.