- How do I get my students to visit the Center for Writing?
- Will I know if my student has seen a tutor?
- I’ve heard about Writing Fellows. How can I get one for my course?
How do I get my students to visit the Center for Writing?
- Tell students about the Center.
Most students first learn about the Center through a faculty member.
- Require students to visit.
Some professors make a course requirement that students visit the Center during the semester. If you plan to make visits to the Center required for your students, please contact Cynthia Smith at (603) 358-2408 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to make the proper arrangements.
- Invite a tutor to introduce the Center’s services to your class.
Whether you are requiring or suggesting that your students use the Center, tutors are happy to visit you class and explain what we offer to student writers. These introductory visits usually take about ten minutes. To schedule a visit, please contact Cynthia Smith at (603) 358-2408 or email@example.com or call the Center at (603) 358-2412.
Will I know if my student has seen a tutor?
- Typically, we do send feedback forms to professors to let them know who came to see us and what we worked on. In the case of mandatory visits, we will automatically send a feedback form, as this is the only way you will know if a student has completed the requirement.
I’ve heard about Writing Fellows. How can I get one for my course?
- Contact Katherine Tirabassi, Director of the Center for Writing to discuss our Writing Fellows Program. firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 358-2924.