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The Writing Center is now accepting applications for the Spring 2019 semester! Would you like to earn course credit while gaining experience in one-on-one writing instruction? If you are thinking of applying to a grad program and/or think experience in tutoring and academic coursework in Writing Center pedagogy might be beneficial to you, we encourage you to apply.


The Writing Center offers free writing support to any Binghamton University student. While writing tutoring is not part of a paid position, it is part of the coursework for WRIT491: Practicum in College Writing Tutoring, and the application process is competitive. Tutors must have a 3.0 GPA, be close to junior standing, have a strong academic writing background, and successfully complete an interview process. The practicum also entails meeting once a week for an hour and a half (on Monday or Tuesday evenings) and covering a set number of 45-minute shifts tutoring in the Writing Center. Earning course credit in the Writing Center offers students an opportunity that not many undergraduates can take advantage of.

For more information, please consult our website and download an application. Our interim Writing Center director, Wendy Stewart (wstewart@binghamton.edu), is also available to answer any questions you might have: (607) 777-6729. 


The Writing Center would like to remind our clients that we are not a printing service, and that our staff and tutors are unable to print out papers (however small) for their tutoring appointments. Instead, clients are more than welcome to print out their work at printing centers nearby, e.g., the Bartle Library InfoCommons.