Welcome to the Sewanee Writing Center
The Writing Center, located on the main floor of du Pont Library, provides objective peer support to Sewanee students who seek assistance with their writing projects. The student tutors represent a wide range of majors, and they can help you at any stage in the writing process, including topic development, rough drafts, final drafts, and revisions. For the best results, we urge you to bring a copy of your professor's written instructions when you come. Please plan to stay for the conference with the tutor, as we will not accept papers that are dropped off.
This web page provides basic information on the operation of the Sewanee Writing Center, tools and instructional material to aid people in writing effectively, and offers useful information for teachers of writing in all disciplines.
Writing Center Hours
Sunday 1:30-4 pm & 7-9:30 pm
Monday 1:30-4 pm & 7-9:30 pm
Tuesday 1:30-4 pm & 7-9:30 pm
Wednesday 1:30-4 pm & 7-9:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-4 pm & 7-9:30 pm
While appointments are not required, we highly recommend them. You can make one through our online scheduling platform, found at https://sewanee.mywconline.com. We happily accommodate walk-ins after we've taken care of the students on our appointment sheet. No drop offs. calling 3232 (off campus dial 931.598.3232).
The Writing Center is located on the first floor of duPont Library, in the back left-hand corner.
Dr. Stephanie L. Batkie, director of the program, can be reached at extension 1280, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Become a Writing Tutor
Writing Tutors are nominated by their professors after their freshman year. Students nominated as Writing Tutors must be highly skilled college-level writers, exhibit good peer editing skills, and be personable and willing to work with all levels of student writers. Nominated tutors must have and maintain a high overall GPA.