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.
The Writing Center is open Sunday through Thursday evenings, 8-10 P.M., beginning the third week of the term, during Fall and Winter Terms. During Spring Term, the Writing Center is not open regular hours. However, many of our tutors are available for individual conferences.
Some handouts commonly used by our tutors to teach some aspects of writing:
For more information, contact Professor Kary Smout in Washington Hall 112, via email at email@example.com, or via phone at 458-8979.
During Spring Term the Writing Center is not open regular hours. However, many of our tutors are available for individual conferences.
The following tutors have offered to help students with writing projects during Spring Term. Please e-mail any of them to set up an appointment. They will be paid by the Writing Center for the time they spend working with you.
|Max Chapnick '13||Physics, English, Creative Writing|
|Hillary Cooper '14||English, Teacher Education|
|Alexandra Frazier '13||English, Creative Writing|
|Joe Landry '13||American History, Shepherd Poverty Program|
|Kerriann Laubach '13||Environmental Studies, Biology|
|Benjamin Ruffel '13||European History|
|Teresa Soley '13||Art History|
|Rachel Urban '13||English, East Asian Languages and Literatures|
|Tom Wolff '14||English, American Studies|
We hope to see you there!