Peer Writing Tutors

Drop-in peer writing tutoring begins the second week of the fall and spring semesters. Drop-in Peer Writing Tutors are available for writing tutoring sessions:

7:30 pm - midnight Sunday through Thursday
(except during school vacations)

in the Center for Teaching, Learning & Research (Davis Family Library 225) and some evenings in the Commons. Commons peer writing tutoring occurs in all five Commons on various evenings.

Peer writing tutors can, also, help with oral presentation skills. Sessions usually run about 30 minutes per student. No appointment is necessary. Drop-in tutors are not available during Winter Term.

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To learn more about the program, contact:


Mary Ellen Bertolini,
Writing Center Director, directs the Peer Writing Tutor and Writing and Academic Mentor Program at Middlebury College. Yonna McShane, Director of Learning Resources helps train the Writing and Academic Mentors.

MItchell Perry, Head Peer Writing Tutor. Maggie approves time, runs evening makeup sessions and assists the Program Director.

Maddie Orcutt, Head Mentor. Cate manages and guides the Writing and Academic Mentors attached to First-Year Seminars. She helps run evening makeup sessions and assists the Program Directors.

Clare Donohue-Meyer, Manager of Drop-in Tutors. Robert manages, supervises, assigns evening shifts, creates publicity, and assists the Program Director.

Faculty will find information about using Peer Writing Tutors on the

Peer Writing Tutors and FYS Mentors at Middlebury College blog.