Locations and Hours
We are located in the annex across the atrium from the library. Questions or comments? Call us (X4493 on campus, 240-895-4493 off-campus) or e-mail us at scmagruder (at) smcm dot edu.
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 Tutors and Applicants
The peer tutors are the heart of the Writing Center. They are selected not only because they are good writers, but also because they are cool people--the kind of people any student would enjoy working with. Tutors-in-training study the writing process, rhetoric, grammar and style, and the conventions of writing across the disciplines, as well as how to help their peers learn. Tutors enjoy learning with and from their fellow students who come to them with writing. If this appeals to you, please consider applying. This page contains links to information on becoming a tutor, along with information that tutors find helpful in their work.