The Mission of the WLDC
The goal of the Writing & Language Development Center, or WLDC, is to support Yuba College students in all aspects of language development, helping them become engaged readers and writers; strategic in monitoring their own comprehension of texts; deliberate in selecting rhetorical tools suited to their purpose; independent, lifelong learners empowered by mastery of language to participate in their communities and achieve their educational and life goals.
The WLDC embraces a particular mission toward our many English-language learners at Yuba College. We enjoy the richness that cultural diversity brings to our job!
Where to find the WLDC
We are inside the library (Learning Resource Center, building 1100), near the front lobby, to the right. You can find the library right in the center of the campus, behind the theater and the walk-through sculpture garden.
When to find us in
The WLDC is open on days classes are in session. For spring 2019, we are open Mon.-Thurs. 8:30 am to 7:00 pm and Fridays 8:30 to 5:00 pm. During winter and spring holidays when the campus is closed, the WLDC is also closed. On all Fridays of summer session when the campus is closed, the WLDC is also closed.
How to reach the WLDC
Call us at 530.740.1709 to speak to a staff member or leave a voice mail. Your call may go to voicemail even during business hours–that means we are helping our students! If you are calling to ask about your appointment, try checking your campus email for appointment notifications from TutorTrac.
What we do
We are open to currently enrolled Yuba College students for a variety of writing-related things:
- Drop-in assistance for any writing assignment
- MLA, APA, and Chicago style formatting help
- One-on-one or group appointments
- Recurring or one-time appointments
- Informal study space
- Technology assistance
- Proofreading tips
- ESL reading, writing, and conversation support
- Kurzweil 3000 software for assisted reading & writing