The Writing Center offers individual tutorial assistance to students on any college writing task, from papers and lab reports in any stage of completion to resumes and application essays. Located on the main level of Leyburn Library (Room M11), the Center is open Sunday through Thursday, 8-10 p.m., during Fall and Winter terms.
Schedule an Appointment
- Sign up to meet with a tutor online. Scheduled appointments will have priority, but walk-ins are welcome. Please bring a printed copy of your paper so the tutor can see it better and help you more.
Writing Center Tutors
|Ben Brams '15||Monday||English|
|Michael Bronstein '15||Monday||Psychology|
|David Heinen '16||Sunday||Psychology|
|Chelsi Hewitt '15||Thursday||English, Geology|
|Cynthia Lam '15||Thursday||English, Business Admin (Creative Writing, Philosophy)|
|Annie Persons '15||Sunday||English (Creative Writing)|
|Alex Retzloff '15||Tuesday||History (Environmental Studies)|
|Naphtali Rivkin '15||Wednesday||English, Russian Area Studies|
|Ryan Scott '15||Wednesday||English (Mass Communications)|
|Katie Toomb '15||Sunday||English|
|Katherine Uhlir '16||Tuesday||English (Film Studies)|
|Joe Yankelowitz '15||Thursday||English, Global Politics|
Writing tutors do not proofread or edit student work; rather, they teach students to recognize and correct their own errors with the goal of making the student a more confident and self-sufficient writer. In keeping with the Honor System, students who come to the Center must acknowledge Writing Center help on any project they submit for a grade.
Some handouts commonly used by our tutors to teach some aspects of writing:
The Writing Center is directed by an English Department faculty member and staffed by upperclass students in various major fields chosen for their superior writing and teaching abilities. For more information, contact Professor Kary Smout in Washington Hall 112, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via phone at 458-8979.