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"Written Feedback" option

​​Submit a paper for
written feedback here

Receive written feedback on your writing project within 24 hours (48 hours in the summer). No meeting with a tutor is necessary.

Submit a paper as a Microsoft Word or PowerPoint doc here and receive an email with written feedback within 24 hours, 7 days a week. (No face-to-face meeting is needed.)

Special note: Our “written feedback” option only allows Microsoft Word docs and PowerPoints because we can add comments and edits. We cannot do this with PDFs. All Woodbury students have access to the entire Microsoft Suite through their school emails. Look for the blue Word icon on the upper left side of your email page.

Students can also download the suite through Microsoft by going to this site and typing in their Woodbury email address.

Finally, most other programs allow you to save your paper as a Word document.

Meet the Tutors!

Click below to find out more about our talented tutors!

Virtual and in-person tutoring


Starting May 23, 2022, students will be able to submit their writing projects for written feedback.
See button to the left.

Choose "virtual" or "in-person" when making your appointment.
All "in-person" sessions held in Whitten Student Center. (Turn right at reception desk)

Our Writing Center tutors can help you in any phase of the writing process: understanding assignments, brainstorming, organizing, formulating a thesis, paragraph development, research, revision, using correct APA and MLA documentation and polishing your final draft. 

Tutors can help with with all types of writing projects, including academic research papers, class assignments, creative writing, personal writing, resumes and cover letters, and presentations.

Note that virtual meetings may be recorded for tutor training and monitoring purposes.
Please contact if you have any questions about tutoring services

​​Click here to make a virtual or in-person appointment 

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Summer 2022 hours

Our tutors are taking a brief hiatus the first week of summer semester. 

Starting May 23, 2022, students will be able to submit their writing projects for written feedback.
A tutor will review the writing project and respond within 48 hours by emailing that paper back to the student with comments in Microsoft Word.

Please see the button on the left side of this page for more information. 

We MAY open later in July for virtual, one-on-one tutoring sessions. Please check in regularly for further details.


Prof. Laila Dahan, Specialist Tutor

Any WU student has the option of meeting with Prof. Laila Dahan for writing assistance. Prof. Dahan holds an MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), an MA in international relations, and a Ph.D. in language education. You'll find Prof. Dahan listed with the student tutors on our schedule when you make an appointment. You may also contact her directly at


After your in-person tutoring session, you'll receive an email with a survey from us. Please fill it out and let us know how we're doing. Thanks!


​​Take the Survey!

Contact Us

The Writing Center is available to the public for remote tutorials.
Contact Laurel DiGangi at

Whitten Center Room 118 | 818.252.5232 | Laurel DiGangi, Coordinator of Tutoring Services, Director of the Writing Center