Tutor Ambassadors / Classroom Visits
Upon request, the Writing Center can send a tutor or staff member to a particular class to facilitate classroom activities or simply to introduce Writing Center services and programs to the students. These visits may last anywhere from five to thirty minutes depending on the needs of the instructor. Our tutors do a really great job with this! To request a class visit, please contact the Director.
Faculty are invited to refer students either in person or via the syllabus. If you require your students to use the center for specific assignments, it would also be helpful to email the Writing Center a copy of the assignment sheet and the class size. It will be helpful for us to have your syllabus and copies of specific assignments so that our tutors can be familiar with the assignment and your expectations. Please send any materials you feel are pertinent to the assignment to the Director, Lucas Southworth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to identify specific students who could benefit from continued writing center support, please let us know how we can assist you and the student.
Naturally, midterm and finals weeks are very busy, so if you anticipate sending your students during these periods, please add additional planning time so that we can accommodate your students, particularly if you have a large class.
Graduate Writing Fellows
Upon request, the Writing Center may appoint a ‘Writing Fellow’ to be the liaison to a particular graduate level course for the length of the term. The Fellow may perform class visits, serve as a point of contact with the Writing Center, lead assignment specific workshops, and/or facilitate other modes of discussion among the students about the course writing outcomes.
For more information, or to request either a Class Visit or the assignment of a Graduate Writing Fellow, please contact the Writing Center: email@example.com.