|FALL 2021 SCHEDULE|
|Monday||1-4 p.m.||7-10 p.m.|
|Tuesday||2:30-6 p.m.||7-10 p.m.|
|Wednesday||1-4 p.m.||7-10 p.m.|
|Thursday||2:30-6 p.m.||7-10 p.m.|
|Note: Tutors are not available during the first week of classes nor finals week.|
The Writing Center provides free, in-person peer tutoring. Students may work on all aspects of writing: generating ideas; determining audience and purpose; organizing ideas; providing evidence to support arguments; documenting sources; and editing for grammar, punctuation and spelling. Assistance is available with written works from all disciplines, including English, education, art history, history, philosophy, religion, foreign languages, government, business, economics, math, psychology, sociology, theatre and graduate school essays.
The role of the Writing Center tutor is not to proofread or to “fix” papers before they are submitted, but to respond thoughtfully to papers at any stage of the writing process and to help students improve their writing through discussion and instruction.
The Writing Center is located on the main floor of the Sandor Teszler Library. Students who need help with a long or particularly difficult paper may ask for an appointment by contacting the director, Dr. Julie Sexeny, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Once you come into the Writing Center for an in-person visit, you have the option of emailing a tutor for a subsequent online session. Here are the expectations for online tutoring: