Resources for English
Language Learners

Words of Wisdom

I believe that all writing is rewriting–even when you’re writing something down for the first time, it’s still an act of translation in a way because you’re trying to use text to bring life to this thing that exists in your mind.

— John Green

On-Campus Resources

In addition to the University Writing Center, there are a number of other on-campus resources that provide academic help to those who are learning English.

Online Self-Study Resources

Aside from on-campus services, many online resources offer English language support and training. The following resources, separated into six categories (writing, speaking, listening, reading, grammar, and vocabulary) may be helpful in your English self-study efforts. Be sure to check out the UWC's resources as well, including both web pages and videos:








  • English BSC
    • EnglishBCS is an team of former English Language Institute TAMU teachers who can edit as well as tutor you on improving your writing skills in English. They have worked with students from all over the world and are familiar with language patterns and error analysis. They edit all types of manuscripts in the Bryan/ College Station area and offer a 30 minute consultation with each editing assignment to review comments and corrections. Their goal is to build fluency for second language writers. They charge $16 per page for editing.
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