The six instructors at the Writing, Reading, and Speaking Center can provide feedback and support for any project related to writing, reading, or speaking. Whether you’re writing a paper for a class, scripting a podcast, applying for an internship or graduate program, reading academic writing for the first time, sorting through research for your Mentored Advanced Project, getting ready for a Tutorial discussion, or getting ready to present at an academic conference, we’re happy to talk with you.
You can work with the Writing, Reading, and Speaking Center at any stage of your process. You can visit us as you review readings, brainstorm ideas, analyze evidence, develop an argument, organize a paper, craft an introduction, prepare a presentation, or rewrite sentences for clarity.
We also offer classes in academic writing (basic and advanced), oral communication skills, and teaching writing; see the course catalog for details.