Writing Center Resources
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- Writing Center Tutors
- Writing Links
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1005 Carlson Library
Who are the Writing Center tutors?
Writing Center tutors are experienced, polished writers who are committed to helping other writers improve both writing skills and their written projects.
The Center employs peer tutors who are currently enrolled undergraduate students recommended by faculty for their superior writing abilities, graduate students often with teaching experience in writing, and staff who hold baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees.
All Writing Center tutors have a broad background in and commitment to writing excellence and a personal interaction style that respects the dignity of the writer.
While all tutors have strong competence in writing tasks and skills, each individual has her or his “specialty” areas, so if you have a particular area of interest, check with the front desk to learn who might best meet that need. For example, some tutors are particularly trained in English as a Second Language (ESL); some have experience with business and technical writing; some are especially knowledgeable about MLA or APA citation style; and some are well schooled and talented in creative writing projects.
- Professional Tutors
- Graduate Student Tutors
- Undergraduate Tutors
- ESL Tutors
Presentations conducted by: Professional staff members