Answered By: Vicki Sciuk
Last Updated: Jul 28, 2016     Views: 197

The Center for Academic Success (CAS) is on every campus, and helps students with writing papers and citing references. They will give you feedback on organizing and developing your ideas, and guide you with academic writing and grammar. They will show you the best ways to revise and proofread, but they do not proofread your work for you.

To get this help, you can set up an appointment in Tutortrac, or go to your closest CAS to see a writing tutor in person; or use CAS Anywhere to video chat online as you review a draft of your writing; or submit your paper to WriteAid to get feedback via email.

Or go to the Purdue OWL website (Online Writing Lab [OWL] at Purdue University) for great suggestions on how to proofread your own writing.

Write Aid Instructions

To submit your paper to Write Aid:

1. Go to

2. Click the link labeled “For email assistance with your writing, submit your paper to WriteAid”.

3. Use your Blackboard username & password to log in and complete submission form. Include as much information as possible. 

Papers of 1- 6 pages will be returned in 48 business hours; papers of 7+ pages will be returned in 72 business hours.

screenshot of Write Aid button

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