Angelique F.

Angelique '20


"One of the best decisions I ever made was becoming a writing tutor. As a music major and a tutor, I get to explore my two biggest passions. For me, helping clients revise and trust their unique voice is so rewarding."

<b>Olivia</b><br />International Relations '22<br />  <i>Fight until the end.<i></i></i>

Olivia ’22

International Relations

"No day at the writing center is ever the same. I am always meeting and working with new people and improving my writing in the process."

<b>Lisa</b><br />Accounting & Finance '21<br />  <i>Be yourself, work hard, have fun.<i></i></i>

Lisa ’21

Accounting and Finance

"I love being able to help other writers find their unique voice and style in their writing."

<b>Lynly</b><br />Biology & English '21<br />  <i>We only aspire to become Cher.<i></i></i>

Lynly ‘21

Biology and English

"I love being a tutor because the writing center is such a great work environment. It's a space that encourages pensive thought, collaborative learning, and reflection."


George '21


"It’s always great when a student walks away from a tutoring session noticeably more relieved and cheerful than when they came in. It shows that they’re getting it,  that they’re beginning to understand the organization, structure, logic, and intricacies of the writing process. From the tutor’s perspective, observing this makes my job feel substantially more meaningful."

<b>Emily</b><br />Communication Studies '20<br />  <i>I want to meet your dog.<i></i></i>

Emily '20

Communication Studies

"Working with students from all disciplines on a wide range of assignments has exposed me to new ideas and writing styles. I love talking to students about their writing processes, sharing my advice and seeing what I can learn from them."

Applications for admission into the fall 2020 tutor training course, ENG 345, are now closed.

Applications for the fall 2021 semester will be accepted beginning in February 2021.

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