Need help with a paper or presentation?

CAP is here to help!  Our services are available for ALL UNTHSC students, whether you attend classes on campus or online!


 To receive CAP writing support services:

  • Enter the Writing Submission Form 
  • You will be asked for your EUID & password. Enter UNTHSC\euid  for username and your CANVAS password.
  • Save your file with your Last Name_Title of Paper. For example, “Smith_Personal Statement”
  • Please allow 4 business days to review the paper
  • Up to 5 pages per paper will be reviewed
  • One personal statement per student will be reviewed. This includes optional essays.
  • CAP writing tutors will review a paper one time. Please do not resubmit.
  • A Guide to Using Writing Feedback

Individual appointments are available in the CAP main office (Student Service Center 2nd floor):

  • 30-minute Appointments are available:
    • Monday 2:30 pm – 5 pm
    • Wednesday and Friday 8 am – 12 pm and 1 pm – 5 pm
  • Online students are welcome to schedule appointments by phone or via Skype if you are unable to make it in person.
  • Please call 817-735-2531  to make an appointment with the CAP Graduate Writing Assistant or visit GradesFirst.
  • Scheduling an Appointment in Grades First

Types of writing support:

  • CAP will provide feedback on writing samples submitted to our office via the Writing Submission Form.
  • Writing Well Workshop Series
  • Drop-in Hours for Quick Questions about Writing
  • Appointment based Writing Assistance
  • CAP writing tutors will provide feedback on:
    • Rhetorical Situation
    • Content as it relates to the reader
    • Purpose and Focus
    • Organization
    • Development
    • Diction & Syntax
    • Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling

Types of presentation support:

  • Practice presentation for CAP staff
  • Receive feedback on presentation skills
  • Review power-point slides and handouts for ease of use by audience

 Editing services:

  • CAP does not provide editing services for UNTHSC students
  • A list of outside editors is available upon request by sending an email to

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This page was last modified on July 5, 2016