Bring your grammar questions, assignments, and other writing queries to the Academic Hub’s Writing Studio, where you’ll find all you need to create high-quality written projects. The Studio is open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and community members.
We’re located in the Peer Education Center inside of Reed Library. Our peer educators and faculty and ready to help you with your next writing project.
From brainstorming ideas to finding support through workshops and one-on-one help, you’ll have access to resources for the following and more:
For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Atlee Beam is a Vocal Performance major and History minor. He is proficient in academic research and applying these findings in essays.
Hello! My name is Eden, and I'm an English major. I love to read, unsurprisingly, and I love to kayak.
I can't wait to meet with you!
I am a Writing major with a Pre- Law minor. I can help you with anything writing related, but especially organization and flow. I enjoy reading students papers with creative and thought-provoking topics.
Ethan is a 3rd year English major and a 1st year writing tutor. Outside of helping you with your writing, he works as an RA and stays busy in the campus radio station. He also enjoys long walks on the beach and all that junk.
Jenny Mason is an award-winning children's author of over 20 nonfiction books. She received an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin. Jenny is every student's guide-on-the-side for writing, researching, study skills, and time management.
Hello! My name is Sarah. I am an Exercise Physiology Major on the pre-med track and am very interested in maternal and fetal medicine. My specialty in writing includes scientific writing such as research projects and reports.
My name is Gracie Walston, and I am a senior majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Exercise Science and Journalism. I have worked as a Peer Educator for three semesters. My goal post-graduation is to utilize my Psychology degree by working in one of the community shelters or domestic abuse organizations in town and then eventually attend graduate school to get a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.