reshall

Res Hall Program

Tutors are in your res hall.

At least one res hall lives in each hall, to serve residents in hours when the Writing Center is closed, and to make tutoring more casual and convenient. Tutors do not have set schedules, but will work with you by arrangement. Tutors have a sign on their door. Your RA will always know where the tutors are in your hall. 

Res hall tutors are in the process of being hired. Contact information will be printed soon.

Interested in becoming a res hall tutor? Contact Mikayla Mrochek, mmrochek@edgewood.edu

Dominican Hall

Marshall Hall

Stevie Hall

Regina Hall - East

Regina Hall - West

Res Hall Tutor Supervisors

Jenalee Emmert, jemmert@edgewood.edu

Matilda Vogel, mvogel@edgewood.edu

 

A note about tutoring vs. editing: Writing tutors are happy to work with you to consider the structure, voice, and general grammar patterns in your paper. Unlike editing, they will not correct every error that they find. You, the writer, are ultimately responsible for the final paper.

MEET WITH US! to get started.

If you choose to "drop off" a paper online, writing tutors have 48 hours to provide written feedback.

MEET WITH US!

Deb Kruse-Field
Deb Kruse-Field
Writing Center Director/Writing Program Co-Director