Writing Associates | Tutoring Services

 

The Writing Associates Program

offers free peer tutoring to students in lower-division

English (ENG), Composition (WR), and Clark Honors College Arts and Letters (HC) classes.

 

You can work with a Writing Associate to craft clearer, more effective essays:

Develop ideas
Find and support a strong thesis
Engage primary and secondary sources
Organize an argument
Revise a rough draft
 

Here's how to get started:

 

For students enrolled in Composition classes:

WR 195, WR 121, WR 122, or WR 123

-  Go to the CTW Tutorial to schedule WR 195, WR 121, WR 122, or WR 123 appointments.

-  Click "Create New Account." You'll be asked to create a username and password.

-  Log in with your new username and password.

-  Schedule a tutoring session by clicking on "Tutoring Calendar" and choosing an available time.

-  Meet your tutor in PLC 269 at your appointed time. 

-  Bring with you a paper copy of your essay, assignment directions, syllabus, and a pen or pencil.

 
Sessions last 50 minutes and must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
There is no drop-in tutoring.
 
 

 

For Students enrolled in 100- or 200-level English or

Clark Honors College Arts and Letters classes: 

-  Go to the Writing Associates Tutorial to schedule English or Honors College appointments.

-  Click "Create New Account." You'll be asked to create a username and password.

-  Log in with your new username and password.

-  Schedule a tutoring session by clicking on "Tutoring Calendar" and choosing an available time.

-  Meet your tutor in PLC 269 at your appointed time. 

-  Bring with you a paper copy of your essay, assignment directions, syllabus, and a pen or pencil.

 
Sessions last 50 minutes and must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
There is no drop-in tutoring.

 

For help with scheduling, contact Elizabeth Curry.
For questions about the Writing Associates Program, contact Dr. Kate Myers.
 
For more information about Writing Associates Tutoring Services and Internships,
visit the Writing Associates Program and the Center for Teaching Writing