Update, April 2022:
To allow our tutors to prepare for final exams, the last day of peer tutoring for Spring, 2022 will be April 28. Some tutors may be available for one-on-one appointments after that date; please send requests for assistance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be prepared to wear a mask for in-person meetings at the Center, though it may not always be required. You are always welcome to ask us to mask up if you prefer, and Zoom tutoring remains an option (please see the tutoring sign-in form, where you can express your preferences).
Peer tutoring is the easiest and most immediate way to get help with your writing. No appointment is needed — just sign in when you’re ready to meet and click to enter our Zoom waiting room . We’re available to talk with you about everything from details about grammar, style, or citation to the broadest thinking about what you’re trying to say. Feel free to bring a draft for us to look over, but don’t feel obliged — if you’re spinning your wheels trying to get something on the page, come by empty-handed just to brainstorm a bit.
Sunday-Thursday, 3-10 pm. (Ending on Thursday, April 28.)
Watzek Library, 227B or via Zoom — sign in below.
Our tutors will work with students in the order they sign in, whether they are in person or remote. If you are remote, when it’s your turn to meet, the tutor will send a Zoom link over email, and you’re welcome to send back attachments or share Google Docs with the tutor on duty.
Our tutoring staff is a group of LC sophomores, juniors, and seniors who bring experience, encouragement, and intellectual curiosity into conversations with peers. They are all students with a passion for writing and for ideas and good intuitions about what makes a piece of writing work. They have all completed an intensive training program to help them prepare to work with you. Visit our Staff page to learn more about them.