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Although you can just stop by, an appointment is better. You can sign up with our online scheduler prior to the day of the appointment.
That's the best part. We have a great crew that you can get to know. Find one you like and keep coming back for more.
"Hey there, I'm Kaitlyn and I am a junior from a small town outside Richmond. I am majoring in Psychology and minoring in English-Writing. In addition to my job as a writing tutor, I work at the Higgins Academic Center as a mentor and at the Marketing and Communications Center, writing articles for the website. I consider creative writing and philosophical papers my specialty, and I love fantasy and narratives! If you wanna swing by the library, I'd be happy to hang out with you and make writing papers a breeze!"
Hi, my name is David Sullivan. I am a junior here at Macon. I am a Physics major and plan to minor in Mathematics and Computer Science. I enjoy sports and play soccer for Randolph-Macon. I enjoy assisting my peers in any way that I can. Feel free to come visit at the Writing Center and I'll see what I can do for you.
Hey, my name is Dawson and I am a Junior here at R-MC! I am a Religious Studies major with a double minor in Art History and Communication Studies. I love playing soccer, Rugby, and just being active altogether. I also will always have a special place in my heart for International Students. I'm very talkative and love meeting new people. Drop by some time and let me know what I can help you with!
Hi, I'm Lia. I'm a junior at R-MC and am an Arts Management Major with a minor in Art History. In addition to working in the Writing Center, I'm involved in Greek Life and I love cooking, good books, and travel. Writing is one of the most difficult academic skills to master, and nothing beats the satisfaction of knowing that you're improving or, for me, helping someone improve. So feel free to come to me with your papers and hopefully give us all a minor boost in morale!
My name is Madeline Monk and I am a junior. I am majoring in History and English, with a minor in Classics. In my scant, precious free hours I play the violin and am steadily reading my way through the literary canon. For me, getting a chance to help other people with their papers is the finest possible fusion between reading and writing, and I would be delighted to see you and your papers at the Writing Center.
Hey guys, my name is Mario Jackson and I am currently a sophmore. I am majoring in Vocal music and minoring in Education with the hopes of being a music teacher in the future. I enjoy drawing, singing, and theatre so I always make time for the arts. Also I enjoy writing because it can be considered another form of art. Writing is an awesome way to express yourself. So, if you ever need assistance with your writing, it would be my pleasure to assist. :]
Bonjour, I’m a sophomore named Sarena. I plan on majoring in French and minoring in English/Writing. When I’m not reading, I’m working on an assortment of short stories and novels. I also enjoy photography, and I dabble occasionally in art. Writing is an important skill to have in college, and I want to help people gain confidence in their writing since that’s what really helped me grow as a person. So feel free to drop by if you need any help with your papers!
Hi, my name is Samantha. I'm a senior majoring in Music and minoring in History. In addition to tutoring here at the Writing Center, I work for the Registrar's Office, sing with the R-MC Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, and am active in Greek life. I really enjoying writing because its fun to challenge myself to explore all the different ways to express my ideas. I also love talking to people and showing them how rewarding writing can be for them too! So come to a session and I'd love to help you write something awesome!
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Just head up the stairs to the second floor of the McGraw Page Library and make a U-turn. We're through the glass doors.
Your paper, your assignment sheet, and some elbow grease. Be ready to work your brain and your writing arm.