Students may contact their instructor for help with their course work in person, by telephone, e-mail, or schedule an appointment to meet with their professors via online video conferencing. All instructors have scheduled office hours. Instructor contact information is posted in the syllabus you are given for each course.
You may make a request online for a meeting for Advising or Tutoring. First login to your student account on the college website. Click on the Name button on the main menu bar to open your My Account menu. Click on the Request Advising or Request Tutoring button. Complete and submit the request form. You will be contacted as soon as a meeting is scheduled. We will do our best to accomodate the date and time you requested for the meeting.
The Meridian West Central College Writing Center offers one-on-one assistance to students with all types of writing and language concerns. We can help at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming to final revisions.
The Writing Center also advises and supports students on other course materials such as Sherpath lessons and assigned readings. MWCC students at all stages (students in coursework, boot camp, and NCLEX examination prep) and especially, all levels of English language proficiency (no proficiency, elementary, limited, professional, native) are encouraged to utilize these services.
We offer one-on-one appointments (30-60 minutes) with our Writing Center tutors to provide help with any type of writing:
To make an appointment with the Writing Center, please use this link to contact
Gabrielle M. Jean-Louis to make an appontment.
For assistance with any school administrative or technical issues, students may contact us via e-mail, telephone, or use one of the many utilities provided on the college website to request assistance with all types of concerns. Use the links below to request any type of help you may need.
Take advantage of these student support services that Meridian West Central College offers. We greatly value our students and want you to succeed in your academic goals!