Writing Center L 121D
Writing tutors work with undergraduate and graduate students in courses from all disciplines. In one-on-one sessions on campus, online, or on the phone, peer tutors provide students with support and resources to strengthen skills. Tutors work with students of all skill levels and at any stage of the writing process, e.g., brainstorming, articulating a thesis, developing and organizing ideas, analyzing ideas, researching topics, supporting points with evidence, citing sources, English language, planning next steps, correcting error patterns (not editing or proofreading).
- The Writing Center is located in Beatley Library - L 121D.
- Visit the Writing Center website for tutor schedules and online or phone tutoring support, handouts and links to resources: http://simmons.edu/offices/writing-center/
Tutorial Services L 021
Course tutors are available in many of the major disciplines, including math, modern languages, biology, chemistry, nursing, and finance. Study groups offer weekly reviews of course material in introductory undergraduate courses. In one-on-one and small-group sessions, peer tutors provide students assistance with their course work, study skills, time management, and preparation for the Math Competency Exam.
- The Tutoring Center is located in Beatley Library - L 021.
- Visit the Tutorial Services website for tutor schedules, handouts and links to resources:
On behalf of the CAS Dean's Office, the Writing Center organizes the Undergraduate Conference, a showcase of undergraduate students' scholarly research and creative work at the end of the spring semester each year. Panel presentations, posters, films, and creative projects celebrate the achievements of students from all disciplines. For more information and a slideshow of last year's Conference, visit the Conference website: http://www.simmons.edu/conferences/ugconference/