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 Writers
The Writing Center is a place where meeting with other writers helps you improve your skills and realize your greater potential as a writer. Trained peer tutors, fellow St. Mary's students, are ready to assist you with all your writing needs, whether these be understanding an assignment in history class, generating ideas to support the thesis of a St. Mary's Project, revising the first draft of a lab report, or proofreading an anthropology paper. As a visitor of the Writing Center, you set the agenda. The Writing Center has developed this page to be used as a tool for you to learn more about what we do and how you can use us as a writing resource. The links on the left will provide you with information on how to set up and prepare for a tutorial session, what to expect from a session and who the Writing Center tutors are.