Central Washington University is a regional comprehensive public university founded in 1891 and grants undergraduate and graduate degrees in-person and online. It is one of six state institutions in the state of Washington and has seven campus locations. The OWC uses eTutoring, which is a service of the Western eTutoring Consortium, a network of talent made available through the pooling of resources from participating institutions in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Wyoming, Texas, and Utah.
Walden University is a fully online, for-profit, public benefit (B-Corp) university with broad-access enrollment. Currently, the university’s 52,000 adult learners are from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150 countries. Walden’s Writing Center is also fully online and is situated within the University’s Center of Academic Success alongside the Library and Academic Skills Center. Students are supported via asynchronous paper reviews, short answers via live chat hours, tutorials via the website and blog, instruction via live and recorded webinars, and presentations at in-person residencies for doctoral students.
Salt Lake Community College is Utah’s largest two-year college with the most diverse student body in the state. It serves nearly 30,000 students on 10 campuses and with online classes. The Online Student Writing & Reading Center is a part of the English Department in the College of Humanities and Social Science. The Online Student Writing & Reading Center offers synchronous and asynchronous writing consultations, a grammar blog (Grammar Geek), and a place for students to ask general questions about writing and language-related topics.