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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Center for Academic Success

Schedule a Writing Appointment

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The CAS uses web-based programs that allow you to view, schedule and track writing appointments.

Our online tutoring service even allows you to meet with your tutor online from anywhere with an internet connection.

To schedule an appointment

  1. Access
  2. Register for an account (Note: You must use your email address and password)
  3. After creating your account, log in using your email address and password
    • Note: Tutors are available for multiple appointment types
      • Select No - Meet Face-to-Face at the Center for an on-site appointment in ML 116.
      • Select Yes - Meet Online to meet with your tutor in an online environment in real time.
      • Select Yes - Schedule eTutoring Appointment to have your paper reviewed without meeting your tutor.
  4. Select any white time slot to schedule that date, time and tutor
  5. Complete the appointment form and click Save Appointment
  6. Follow the instructions to attach your document
  7. Select Close Window

You have successfully scheduled an appointment!


To ensure that all students have fair access to the writing center, the CAS has established the following policies:

Maximum Appointments:

Students are limited to 2 non-consecutive appointments per week. If you have a special circumstance that you believe merits an exemption, contact the Assistant Director for Writing/Languages/ESL at

Advanced Booking:

We schedule appointments on a first-come, first-served basis. For this reason, we recommend that you schedule apointments in advance. During peak weeks (such as midterms and finals), we recommend that you schedule appointments 2-3 weeks in advance.


If you must miss an appointment, please let us know. Call us at 507-389-1791, email us at, or cancel your appointment through TutorTrac or WC Online. If you miss two appointments without cancelling, you will be unable to schedule appointments and must use the writing center on a walk-in basis.