Resources

If it’s hard to make it to the Academic Success Center or Brain Food, we also offer the Online Writing Help Desk. Simply upload your paper and expect feedback within 24-72 hours (with 48 hours being the average turnaround time). It takes some planning ahead, but it’s a very convenient tutoring service for busy students on the go. The link for this can be found on our website.

 
 
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Online Writing Help Desk:

If it’s hard to make it to the Academic Success Center or Brain Food, we also offer the Online Writing Help Desk. Simply upload your paper and expect feedback within 24-72 hours (with 48 hours being the average turnaround time). It takes some planning ahead, but it’s a very convenient tutoring service for busy students on the go. The link for this can be found on our website.

Submit a paper using these simple steps:

Go to: helpdesk.warnerpacific.edu

Click “Submit a Ticket”

Click “Writing Resources/ Students”

*Include paper requirements

*Write specific areas that you’d like the helpdesk to look over

*Attach the paper or paste its contents

 
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Grammar & Writing Resources

Good writing skills are a key component of success in almost every job, the Academic Success Center provides strategically targeted support that systematically cultivates these skills.

Warner Pacific University Library Research Guides offer recommended print and electronic resources, links to appropriate databases and websites, tutorials, and curriculum support. The library's research guides is curated to support the liberal arts focused curriculum of Warner Pacific University

Link to Resources: https://guides.warnerpacific.edu/grammarwritingtipsandtricks

 
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Supplemental Learning Oppurtunities 

The Academic Success Coordinator will join designated courses for the entire semester and learn right alongside incoming students. The tutor will then offer services which may include a weekly time to process notes and practice selecting main ideas from lectures, support students in creating study guides, help with papers provide in class support working on skill building, and/or provide presentations practice feedback.  For example, the Academic Success Center presents, every Fall and Spring, a Lunch & Learn Series that covers targeted areas of grammar that need to be reinforced.