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Academic Integrity and Plagiarism Prevention Resources: 4. Getting Help

Getting Help

When you have questions about your instructors' expectations for assignments, ask!

Make use of your instructors' office hours and take the time to seek guidance. If you would like help with your writing, quantitative courses, or class projects, campus resources are available:

Campus Resource Description Location
Cascadia’s Bock Learning Center

Writing tutors are prepared to help you with papers at any point in the writing process. They can help you brainstorm ideas, develop an outline, or review a draft in progress. Drop-in sessions available, but scheduling an appointment is encouraged. Math, Science, and Programming tutors are available to provide individual and small group assistance on a drop-in basis. Online E-Tutoring is also available for multiple subjects areas.

CC2-060 and CC2-080
UWB Writing and Communication Center Supports writers of all abilities at any stage of the writing, reading, or presentation process. In addition to one-on-one consultations, the Writing Center periodically offers writing workshops. UW2-124
UWB Quantitative Skills Center Drop in tutoring. Quantitative tutors assist students with understanding quantitative concepts through questions and discussion with the goal of enhancing students’ independent learning processes and increasing confidence in quantitative material. Tutors support a variety of subject areas. UW2 -030