Writing Center

Spring 2024 Hours

Writing Center
Strausner Hall, Room 215
  • Monday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Thursday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Friday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The Casper College Writing Center follows regular hours while CC classes are in session. The center is closed during all campus closures.

After hours appointments:

Appointments on Zoom Friday 4-6
Appointments in the Goodstein Foundation Library Saturday 10-12


Appointments are not required but highly encouraged!
Please call the center at 307-268-2610 to make an appointment.


Click here for information on the 2024 Writing Center Series

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About

All services and resources are free and available to any writer working on any type of writing project for any purpose. This includes all members of the CC and UW/CC communities, and the larger Casper community as well. Our purpose is to engage in in a conversation and to help you gain a better understanding of writing. We offer assistance at all stages of the writing process — from brainstorming to help with citation to final edits of a full draft.

  • Your paper is typically read aloud during a session, either by you or the tutor. This helps to catch errors in mechanics, grammar, flow, and organization.
  • The tutor will pinpoint problem areas and help you to learn how to identify and fix those issues. The tutor will also discuss options for revision.
  • A typical session lasts between 30 and 50 minutes.
  • We are happy to help with both course assignments and personal writing projects.

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What is in the Writing Center?

The Writing Center is a friendly space on campus to get tutored, hang out, and spend time between classes. We have tutors who are trained to encourage and help you in your writing process, a computer lab with free printing, tables for individual or group work, a seating area for conversation or homework, presentation rooms where you can practice speeches, and a bean bag lounge where you can read, work, or nap. In addition, we have free hot drinks and snacks!

Student Resources:
Instructor Resources:

To request copies of our one-page flyer about our services to post or to hand out to students, or to set up a Writing Center orientation (either in your class or in the Writing Center), simply contact us and we’ll get back to you to work out the details.

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Book an appointment


Book by tutor

Katie Morgan

Katie Morgan is the CC/UW Writing Center Assistant and loves to write fantasy and horror fiction. She is a graduate of West Virginia University and has a Bachelor’s in English with a minor in Professional Writing and Editing, and also a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. Katie has experience working as a technical writer in both the software and oil industries. She is proficient in understanding and utilizing style guides such as APA, MLA, and APSA. Whether you are needing simple guidance on how to start or the final touches put in to polish off your paper, Katie can help you reach your goals.

Jamie Smith

Jamie has an associate degree in Social Science from Western Wyoming and an associate of arts in English from Casper College. She is currently studying English with the University of Wyoming at Casper. She specializes in MLA, essays, creative writing, poetry, and general writing. She is a published poet and writer.

Emma Brummer

I am a student here at Casper College. I enjoy music, history, language and just learning new things in general. I am good at organizing and brainstorming papers, and can do the basics well. Revision and editing are also strengths of mine. I am fairly comfortable working with students whose first language is not English. I hope to work on improving my own writing as I help others improve theirs.

Cindy Huckfeldt

I earned an Associates in English from Casper College, and both a Bachelors and a Masters in English from UW.  I worked the Casper College’s Writing Center when it first opened while I was working on my AA.  After I retired from teaching, I again had the opportunity to work at the Writing Center. I am comfortable leading writers through any stage of the writing process.  I have a strong background in MLA documentation, grammar, and sentence structure. I also teach quilting, and I am VERY happy to share pictures of my adorable kitten, Atticus.

Keenan Morgan

My name is Keenan, and I am a student here at Casper College currently pursuing a career in secondary education. I am very interested in politics and like to keep up with the daily news. I enjoy writing about contemporary political issues and will gladly explain political processes with others, to the best of my ability. I am a very patient and calm person and like to give suggestions where I see room for improvement. I am most comfortable with papers about real world issues, opinions, and history. I am hoping to build up my own writing skills, help others with their skills, and gain helpful experience to be an effective school teacher.

Tito Guillen

A little bit about myself. I recently decided that my calling in life was to become an English teacher. I always liked school and while growing up was lucky enough to have a variety of great teachers. They were long tenured and what I believed to be very intelligent, so I paid attention. I like the school environment, so I am happy to be back studying and, hopefully, soon teaching. I have always liked writing. It is a passion of mine I would like to share and help others to develop. Having a composed demeanor and experience with academic papers over the years, I believe I can be of some assistance to those who want it, with a proclivity for research papers in APA format.

Zoe von Gunten

I’m Zoë and I am an English major here at Casper College! I’m hoping to be an editor one day so I’m always ready to help anyone with their writing. I’m very comfortable with MLA format, grammar, creative writing, and general writing. I love poetry, romantic era literature, tea, and cats! I am a creative writer as well, focusing mainly on poetry, fantasy, and the occasional slice of life fiction. Iron sharpens iron, so I’m excited to encourage my peers in their writing and learn alongside those that I help.

Jason Kirkmeyer

Jason Kirkmeyer earned undergraduate degrees in English and Secondary Education from the University of Wyoming, then completed his MA in literature, also at UW. Jason has 18 years of experience teaching all of the English classes that nobody wants to take, including Freshman Composition, Introduction to Literature, Technical and Workplace Writing, and Composition Pedagogy. He has also worked in academic settings, serving as an editorial assistant for Eighteenth-Century Life from 2010-2018. Jason takes only walk-in appointments.