The Writing Center, located in the Zondervan Library, provides peer tutoring in writing from trained writing tutors who work with student writers of all skill levels. Tutors engage with student writers in one-on-one writing discussions, ranging from generating ideas to negotiating editing difficulties. Although we discuss writing, we focus on writers.
Conversing over writing engages the writer in a powerful learning experience, builds up writing skills, improves writing processes, and clarifies the writer’s ideas. Our ultimate goal is to help students become confident and reflective writers. Additionally, tutors provide English language support for non-native speakers, including writing tutoring and assistance with other English language issues.
The Writing Center can help students with the following areas:
- Figuring out what to write
- Making points stronger
- Writing an introduction
- Adding length to a paper
- Crafting a thesis statement
- Organizing main points
- Improving the flow of a paper
- Improving sentence structures
- Quoting, paraphrasing and citing
||Monday–Thursday (1–5 pm)
Friday (1–4 pm)
||Sunday–Thursday (7–9 pm)
To sign up for an appointment at the Writing Center, visit taylor.mywconline.com. First-time visitors will need to register before scheduling an appointment.
Director of the Writing Center & Associate Professor of English
- MA, University of Dayton (1989)
- BA, Cedarville College (1987)
- Additional Studies, The Ohio Writing Project, Miami University (1993)