Student Affairs

Writing Center

One-on-one consulting services for students at all stages of the writing process.

Whether you have a question about grammar and usage or need help brainstorming ideas or focusing in essays - faculty and student tutors are there to help. There is no need to make an appointment, just drop by. While you are there, take advantage of the excellent resource library and online exercises.

Though the Center cannot guarantee you error-free papers, they can help you to improve in the areas you choose to work on with a tutor, and make you feel more confident about your written work.


The office is located on the Main Campus, Rutkowski Learning Center (RLC) in RLC 173.

Writing Center Art Competition

Green River's Writing Center is hosting an Art Competition! Our theme for the competition will be Writing, Reading, Language, and Text. All 2D art work, including illustration, drawings, collage work, digital works that are printed out, paintings, etc. that work with this theme will be considered. The winner of the competition will have their piece displayed in the Writing Center next year, and will receive a $100 Paper Tree Bookstore gift card. 


Our Services

  • 30 minutes focused tutoring
  • Answers to specific questions about writing issues
  • Access to computers
  • Access to online writer's resources
  • Handouts on a variety of common writing problems and styles
  • Library of writing textbooks and other reference books


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Contact Us

The office is located on the Main Campus, Rutkowski Learning Center (RLC) in RLC 173.

Jamie Fitzgerald, Faculty & Writing Center Director
(253) 833-9111 x4234


The Writing Center is seeking student writing consultants to serve the student writers who visit the center. With more than a thousand visitors each quarter, consultants help develop skills to become more effective, confident, college-level writers and successful students. 

Consultants will participate and complete the training and mentoring process. This includes attending all orientations, reading all assigned essays and chapters, participating in the discussions, conducting observations, completing all assessments, and any other activities that are a part of the Angel website and staff meetings. Must maintain a 3.3 overall G.P.A. and a 3.7 for all English coursework.

Students interested can apply below.