At the Writing Center, students meet with peer and professional tutors to collaborate on course-based and non-course-based writing projects.
Virtual Write-In, Monday, Dec. 7th from 7-11 PM, ET
Don’t write alone! Write among your peers in a structured yet friendly setting.
The Writing Center Write-In provides several methods for students to write productively and successfully:
- A friendly self-directed group environment for students to meet their writing deadlines.
- One-on-one peer writing consultations to support specific writing questions or concerns.
- Group writing mini-workshops, led by Writing and Rhetoric faculty, on writer’s block, writing destress techniques, contemplative writing practices etc.
- Library support through virtual reference desk for research-related questions.
There will be also be a raffle of several prizes.
The Middlebury Writing Center offers free writing support by trained student and professional tutors. We care about your ideas and your development as writers and invite you to check out our resources even before you have a paper due for a class. Students are welcome to bring in creative projects and other non-course based writing.
Our tutors work with writers from the beginning to end of many writing projects and for any type of writing, such as cover letters, research papers, or poetry. Come check-out our services, which focus on writing motivation, writing project planning, decoding professor feedback, and revision strategies.
The Writing Center is now open for the semester.
- Online peer tutoring by appointment through WCOnline.
- Course-based peer tutoring: tutors are embedded in many FYS, CW, and WRPR courses. If you have a course tutor, schedule an appointment with them directly via Canvas, email, or phone.
- Professional tutoring by appointment through LibCal.
- Self-service resources and links.
- Drop-in peer tutoring, no appointment necessary, in the CTLR (unavailable fall 2020 - spring 2021, due to COVID-19)
While the Writing Center typically offers appointments in the CTLR (Davis Family Library 225), and other locations around campus, it is completely online for the 2020 - 2021 academic year. Email Genie Giaimo at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Diana Diaz, Head Tutor, New Initiatives
- Simone Edgar Holmes, Head Tutor, Embedded Tutoring
- Cole Merrell, Head Tutor, Online Tutoring
- Nicole Pollack, Head Tutor, Training and Professional Development