Writing and Reading Center
The Writing and Reading Center (WRC) supports students enrolled in classes within the English, Reading, and ESL disciplines and promotes literacy across college courses by providing content-area reading and writing instruction.
Martin Luther King Teaching and Learning Center
If you are enrolled in an English, Reading, or ESL course, please contact your professor for instruction on enrolling in the required lab for your course.
If you are enrolled in any other RCC course, and If you have essays to write or complex readings for other RCC courses, please contact either of the following instructors and ask about English and reading support offered through the WRC:
WRC Support Courses
ILA-800 is a zero-cost, zero-unit course that allows students not enrolled in an English class to drop in and receive help on reading and writing projects from faculty or peer tutors.
ALR 887 and English 885 (Clinic courses) are zero-cost, zero-unit courses designed for students who want concentrated help in various areas of reading, writing, and study skills. As part of each course, students take a diagnostic test and then work on assignments as part of an individualized lesson plan.
Students can enroll in either of these courses in Webadvisor via Student Portal