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Draft Submission Form 

To submit your draft or questions, read the Submission Criteria (found below) and, in an e-mail, please type this information This form will send a specially marked e-mail to the WRC (, where it will be read by a writing assistant who will respond to you via email, usually within 24 hours.

Please note: we are only available for online, or in person, tutoring during the BSU Fall and Spring sessions (early September to mid-May).  

Please note: We have a strict confidentiality policy: none of the information you provide will be given out to anyone!

Submission Instructions

Please log-in to your e-mail account, and attach the word document (do not copy and paste, as formatting and structure will be off). The recipient will be, with the subject line: Draft Submission.

Next, in the body of your e-mail, please include the following:



School Affiliation: Name of school along with if you are an on-campus student or a part of the Extended Learning program.

Year in School

What course this paper is for: (e.g. Physics 3890)

Assignment: Please describe as clearly as possible what the assignment and your paper entail.

Paper Completion: How far along are you with this paper? Brain-storming? Partially written? First draft? Final editing?

Help Information: What aspect of this paper would you like us to look at or help you with in this draft? Mechanics? Structure? Organization?

Other: Any comments you'd like to make that may or may not have fit in any of the above criteria.

We welcome all comments and how to make this process more accessible for more people. Please feel free to e-mail us and let us know how we are performing, as well as how this process could be improved.

Again: We have a strict confidentiality policy: none of the information you provide will be given out to anyone!

Please do not submit using the form below.

It does not format papers the way they should be formatted. We are currently working on getting this updated to make it easier for students to submit work with optimal results. However, for now, please follow the instructions above.

Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Name *
Course * What course is this paper for? (e.g., Physics 389)
Assignment * What is the assignment you are writing for? Please be as detailed as you can.
Other Anything else you would like us to focus on or comment on in this draft?
Draft * Type or paste your draft in the space below. Six pages maximum.