How to Use Our Services

All services are FREE


Main Campus  Fall/Spring Hours
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Summer Hours


Monday - Thursday


Important Note for Summer 2024

Mondays from12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Tuesday from 2 p.m. to

6 p.m. consultants may not be available.

Coordinator, Mike Hein, is happy to assist. While walk-ins are always welcome, it is best to call ahead or make an appointment, especially when the coordinator is the only team member in the center.

7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.



Contact Writing Center

Barron Student Success Center (BSSC)
Room 3612

Phone: 254-298-8393


Test Prep

Hutto Writing Center Taylor Writing Center

Wednesday: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.     

Thursday: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.  







Jennifer Stewart -

Why Should I Visit the Writing Center Video and How do I make the most out of my Visit.
 Why Should you Visit the Writing Center? Click Above to find out.         


Available Services
  • During a consultation, we will discuss the most critical issues in your writing for any class that you are enrolled in at Temple College that requires writing.
  • Walk-ins are welcome.
  • In-Person and Zoom appointments are available.
  • Writing Consultations - We offer 45-minute writing consultations (one per student a day).
  • For email consultation, students can ask a question or request materials or links to useful tools and videos. Students may also attach assignment requirements, a draft of their writing, and include a message specifying what they need help with. Please plan for a 24 - hour turnaround Monday through Thursday with potentially longer turnaround Friday through Sunday.
  • Writing Lab - The Writing Center contains 4 computers and areas perfect for study and is also Wi-Fi ready for students who wish to bring laptops.
  • Classroom Visits - Writing Center consultants are available to visit classrooms at a faculty member’s request, in order to inform students about Writing Center services.


Helping Students at Any Stage of the Writing Process

  • Prewriting—coming up with a great topic or research idea
  • Planning—creating an organizational plan for a project
  • Drafting—guiding students during the drafting process
  • Revising—answering specific questions about the student’s paper


To Make the Most of Your Visit, Bring:

  • Specific goals for what you want to accomplish in your session
  • The syllabus or assignment requirements and ideas and questions about your writing
  • Necessary textbooks or reference materials and something to write with


Suggestions for Students:

  • Manage your time – visit the Writing Center or make appointments early in your writing process. Give yourself enough time to revise your work and perform proofreading and final copy editing.