The Communication Center, located in Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons 447, promotes excellence in WOVEN communication—written, oral, visual, electronic, and nonverbal—in ways that enable members of the Georgia Tech community to have greater success in their academic and workplace careers, as well as in their civic and community lives.
Trained professional and peer tutors can help students with everything from their multimodal projects for English 1101 and English 1102 to graduate school applications, from engineering and science reports to team presentations, from storyboards for videos to poster designs, from grant proposals to job cover letters and resumes. Faculty can make requests for class visits, class tours, and topic workshops.
While tutors cannot simply proofread or edit student work, they can help students to develop the skills to become more proficient editors of their own work.
See our testimonials for more on what we do.
- For copyediting help, contact us for a list of professional proofreaders.
- For technical help with specific software programs, you can head to the library's multimedia studio.
- For one-to-one tutoring in calculus, physics, computer science, chemistry, biology, and engineering, see academic success.
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