Four eyes are better than two. Visit a tutor at Wesleyan’s Writing Workshop!
At the Writing Workshop, students can meet privately with a trained tutor who will help with any stage of the writing process. Come in to discuss ideas for an upcoming assignment, to structure your essay, or to edit a completed draft.
Our tutors are experienced fellow students who are here to serve as non-judgmental readers and helpful critics. They will listen, ask questions, and offer advice about your writing.
Whether you’re working on an essay, a research proposal, an honors thesis, a creative piece, or an internship application, the Writing Workshop can help! All services are free.
Sunday-Thursday, 7-11 PM Olin 106 (First Floor)
Monday-Wednesday, 1-4 PM Shapiro 306 (Third Floor of Allbritton)
Sunday-Thursday, 7-11 PM Shapiro 306 (Third Floor of Allbritton)
Science Library 77 (Basement)
To make an appointment, click on “Writing Workshop” in the Academic Resources section of your E-Portfolio.
For more information, visit: http://www.wesleyan.edu/writing/workshop/hours.html
We look forward to working with you!
Anya Backlund and Katherine Mechling, Ford Fellows in the Writing Programs, 103 and 104 Downey House, (860) 685-2440, email@example.com
Anne Greene, Director of Writing Programs, 207 Downey House, (860) 685-3604, firstname.lastname@example.org