If You Write, You Belong Here

Spring tutoring is offered online and onsite February 13 through May 16

Schedule with StanTutor

The Writing Center works collaboratively with undergraduates and graduate students to develop and craft their writing.  Usually, tutors first address larger issues, such as focus, organization, and development; then, tutors assist writers with sentence-level issues, such as grammar, punctuation, and diction. We welcome questions about any part of the reading, writing, and research process.

One-Time & Weekly Tutoring

When you make your appointment, you may choose a session that is one-time only or weekly, which allows you to meet with the same tutor on the same day and time each week. You can sign up from 2 days to 10 days in advance on StanTutor.

Offered Fall & Spring terms.

Same Day Tutoring

Same Day tutoring is provided online or in-person on a first-come, first-served basis. Stop by the Learning Commons front desk or call 667-3642 after 9:00 am to sign in for one of the day’s available 25-minute sessions. You may request 1 session per day, up to 2 per week.   

Spring 2023 Same Day Hours: 

M-R 11-1 & 2-4

Friday 11-1

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Meet the Tutors

Writing Center tutors are undergraduate and graduate students from across disciplines. Learn more about the tutors.

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Students and tutors have access to links, handouts, and other interactive resources to get help with a variety of writing issues and concerns. Our Writer's Online Resource Directory (W.O.R.D.) can be accessed during a tutoring session in the Writing Center or on your personal device.

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WP Support

We encourage students enrolled in WP courses to schedule weekly appointments with a tutor early in the term. Tutors will work alongside you to develop your disciplinary-specific reading, research, and writing abilities.

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For Faculty

The Faculty Resources page provides information for classes incorporating one hour of workshops in the Writing Center (ENGL 1006 & ESL courses). Including a referral form and guidance on providing feedback on student writing.

Updated: January 18, 2023