We help undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and community members improve your writing skills and techniques.
Undergraduate students can schedule an appointment with a writing tutor.
Graduate students can connect with Writing Coach faculty for more support.
You can get a feel for our space and services before meeting with someone to help you.
Learn how to get to the Writing Center on campus, and sign up for sessions with our tutors online.
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Megan is a third-year writing major double-minoring in Honors and Gender and Sexuality Studies! She is
passionate about writing and loves getting to help any and all students with writing! She grew up in
Texas and moved to Durango for Fort Lewis, and she adores this small mountain town. She can't wait
to work with you!
Hi! My name is Danika, I’m a second-year psych. student with a writing minor. I’m also on the
FLC cycling team. If I won the lottery I would probably pay for college and take a few extra years to
take more fun classes lol. If I could have one superpower, I think I’d like to be a shapeshifter.
I feel most at home on the bike, on my group rides back home.
My name is Will Bridges and I am a sophomore trombone performance major. This is my third semester as a
writing tutor here at Fort Lewis and I'm excited to help with whatever you may need!
Holly is a senior with a major in writing and a minor in history. She spends a lot of time writing
research papers and is happy to help other students do the same. If she could write a lengthy paper
examining narrative storytelling in video games, she would.
My name is Anna, and I am a world language education major and TESOL minor. I can help with writing
organization and flow.
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.
Kalista Peña (she/her/hers) is a fourth-year English major with a writing minor. She spends much of her
free time reading dystopian and science fiction novels and listening to spoken word poetry. She always
has her dog Rhea beside her, aka the best reading buddy ever! She can help you build strong cohesive
arguments within your essays or answer questions about formatting. She also loves creative writing and
is more than happy to help you brainstorm, edit, or share thoughts about your stories/poems/essays/etc!
Michelle BonannoNoble Hall, Room 234Phone: 970-247-7183Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherri SpriggsEBH 163Phone: 970-247-7324Email: email@example.com
Erik JuergensmeyerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org