In its continued effort to be "the place" where students go for assistance, research, meeting rooms, study spaces and more, the Mississippi State University Libraries is now partnering with the university's Writing Center to provide another key service.
The Writing Center has set up a "mobile center" in the Instructional Media Center, located on the second floor of Mitchell Memorial Library. The mobile writing center will be open Sunday through Thursday evenings, from 6 to 9 p.m. Students may stop by at any point during the hours for assistance, and no reservations are required.
"There will be two tutors on duty to assist students with any type of writing assignment. We work with students from all over campus, not just those in English classes. We provide students with individual help at any part of the writing process," said Sarah Sneed, Director of the MSU Writing Center.
"We are pleased to be partnering with the Writing Center and offering their tutors space in the IMC to work with students who need help with their writing," said Pattye Archer, Coordinator of the Libraries' IMC. "It makes great sense for the mobile writing center to be here in the library, and specifically in the IMC where the students and tutors have access to computers should they need them."
For more information on the Mobile Writing Center and other available resources, please visit http://www.writingcenter.msstate.edu/. For information on library hours and events, please visit http://library.msstate.edu/.