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.
Peer Tutor Application
The Writing Center is always looking for friendly sophomores and juniors who are good writers and listeners. We hire as needed to replace graduating tutors. Once accepted, a prospective staff member takes a credit-bearing course or independent study on peer tutoring. Peer tutors provide face-to-face tutoring several hours a week on an on-call or by-appointment; some also tutor online, lead writing workshops, plan writing-related special events, and contribute in other ways to the culture of writing at St. Mary’s.
If you are interested in being a peer tutor, please return the following application to Brian O’Sullivan at the Writing Center (LIB 113).
Email address: ___________________________
Writing courses taken:
Any other writing experience:
Any teaching or tutoring experience (including education courses):
Three references (ideally, faculty members familiar with both your writing and your interpersonal skills):
Please attach a writing sample, preferably 4-10 pages, that is representative of your academic writing skills.