The Lewis University Writing Center offers peer tutoring for your course writing. Writing tutoring is offered during the day, in the evening and on weekends in the library. The writing tutors, most of whom are English majors, can help writers at various levels of experience and at any stage of the writing process. The writing tutors provide what most writers need and seek: effective and real audience response to a piece of writing.
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You should bring the following to your tutoring session: the instructor’s assignment sheet, evaluation criteria, any class notes about the assignment, and a complete or partial draft.
What to expect during the tutoring session: After you explain the assignment and read your draft aloud, you and the tutor will discuss strategies for improving the particular piece of writing you are working on, or for improving your writing in general. The tutor, however, will not “correct” your writing for you; instead, the tutor will ask you relevant questions about your work and discuss in detail the options and strategies available to you for making your writing more effective.