Introduction for Students
Introduction for Faculty
Faculty and Tutors
Honor Code and the
How It Works
Writing Center tutors are there to listen, suggest, diagnose, and advise. They serve as sounding boards, careful readers, and helpful critics, and are able to suggest possibilities implicit in a student's own thinking and writing.
The current tutors are listed below:
- Nekisha Charles, Business Writing, Spanish
- Alex Clark, Core II, Core 302, Communications, Japanese Literature in Translation
- Aaron Cross, Communications, Politics, Creative Writing, Core, Film
- Chloë Edwards, History, Core I, Politics, Japanese, Music
- Ramika Gourdine, Communications, Philosophy, Women’s & Gender Studies,
- Chelsey Kendig, English, French, Psychology, Art & Culture, Core I & II
- Stephanie Laubscher, English, Art History, Film, Music, Core I & III
- Cathryn McCrimmon, Psychology, Women’s & Gender Studies, APA Format
- Olivia Rocamora, English, Spanish, Core I & III, Music & Culture
- Chelcie Rowell, English, Art History, History, Core 201 & 301
- Trevor Sheffield, Philosophy, all Core classes
- Carly Stewart, Communications, Women’s & Gender Studies, Core I
- Cassie Wells, Art History, Anthropology
Though the majors and other concentrations listed are the particular strengths of each individual, every tutor is capable of assisting with writing on any subject.
Interested in applying to tutor?
Applications are accepted in mid April from freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The application consists of a form asking you to discuss your interest in tutoring and to describe relevant experiences with writing and responding to another’s work; a sample of your academic writing; and an agreement to release your transcript. Contact Dr. Jeanne McCarthy firstname.lastname@example.org in March for the application form.
Applications should be submitted to:
Writing Center Director