Winter 2015 Hours
South Omaha Campus
Connector Bldg, Room 222
Mon9am - 8pm
Tue, Wed & Thur9am - 8pm
Fri9am - 2pm
Sat 9am - 4pm
12pm - 4pm
Fort Omaha Campus
 Bldg 10, Room 209
Mon1pm - 6pm
Tue9am - 3pm
Wed1:00pm - 6pm

Thur9am - 3pm
Fri9am - 3pm
Elkhorn Valley Campus
Room 212
Mon9am - 6pm
Tue9am - 8pm
Wed9am - 6pm
Thur9am - 8pm
Fri9am - 2pm
Sarpy Center
Room 216 (in LTC)

1pm - 5pm

Tue9am- 12pm

Wed4pm- 7pm

Thur10am - 4pm
Fremont Area Center
Room 102
Mon12pm - 3pm

Tues10am - 12pm

Wed9am - 11am


   Consultations by appointment or walk-in (subject to availability).

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The Writing Center, staffed by experienced English teachers and writing consultants, provides professional assistance and outreach programs to help students and faculty with written communication across the disciplines and beyond. Simply stated, the Writing Center is a place into which writers invite other writers to dialogue about writing.
MLA Update 2009 from Purdue OWL
Power Point Presentation MLA Update 2009 - Narrated by WC Consultant Sarah Lihz Dobel
APA 6th Edition Changes
APA Update 2009 from Purdue Owl

 Comments about the writing center:

“I love the writing center!  I started taking classes at Metro when I was a junior in high school and went to the writing center once or twice every week right up until I earned my Associate’s degree this summer.  The writing center helped me put all the pieces of the writing puzzle together.  From figuring out where to start to adding finishing touches, I am a much more confident writer because of the writing center.  From working in the writing center, I have learned that I am a good writer.  I have also learned that I have my own, unique voice and that I have a story to tell.”  ~ Clare
“The writing center has given me more confidence and strength to become a better writer.  The writing center staff helps me brainstorm and problem solve when I would come to a road block in my thinking.” ~Nancee
“The writing center opened my mind.  I learned that through trial and error, I can accomplish anything.” ~ McKayla

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