The Department of Africana Studies Writing Center which started operations in 1982 was designed primarily to provide supplemental assistance to mainly Black and other under-presented students who manifest problems with writing and reading skills. Today, it has become a valuable resource for students at CSUN while servicing well over 200 of them each year.
- The Africana Studies Writing Center Tutorials and Virtual Workshops are ONLINE! We are operating remotely in Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.
Our Online Student Writing Services, at a glance:
- Schedule a one-on-one virtual Zoom (video conference) appointment to work with a peer tutor. Share documents in real-time.
- Enroll in 1-unit AFRS 099 for weekly virtual writing tutoring throughout the semester.
- “Drop-in” for virtual writing support with a tutor. Same day, no appointment required, by tutor availability.
Zoom with us! We are here to support students in all aspects of academic writing.
Please Note: We do not schedule appointments via email. Please book an appointment via scheduling link above.)
Zoom Video and Web Conferencing
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