How do I schedule an appointment?
You have several options: you can stop by during our walk-in hours, and we'll do our best to assist you; you can use our online scheduler (your login, if you've never used it before, is your school email with your last name as your password); or you can give us a call at x4493. Calling or stopping by is the best option if you can't make any of the posted hours.
What is the meaning of life?
Minor: Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Writing: I am interested in rhetoric, political writing and journalism, as well as creative fiction and creative non-fiction.
Interests: feminist movements, local food movements, running, so really any kind of movement, be it social, political or physical I probably find pretty cool.
Resources for Faculty
The Writing Center strives to make better writers. We believe our work enhances the college experience by providing a place outside the classroom where writers can receive one-on-one attention and discuss their work. But, as many professors know, our work is not limited to three rooms on the first floor of the library. Peer tutors visit classes in order to talk about the Writing Center with students. Tutors also come to classes to assist students with specific assignments, usually working in small groups. For many classes, tutors also run special workshops that help students with a specific class or assignment. The links on the left will guide you through the various services the Center provides for teachers and students in and out of the classroom. Of course, the Writing Center is always open for suggestions for new programs to better assist the writers in your particular classes.
We also offer links and handouts that you can share with your students to help them with writing in specific disciplines and genres, getting started, organization, grammar and style, and research and citation.