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Tutoring, workshops, and writing boot camps for undergraduate and graduate students at every stage of their academic career and for any kind of writing.

Undergraduate Students

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We work with undergraduates from frosh to super-seniors on writing or digital media projects. We can work with academic essays; multimedia projects like PowerPoint presentations or videos; and even grant, fellowship, or internship applications

Graduate Students

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We work with graduate students at all stages of their careers, on materials from seminar papers, conference papers, and articles, to fellowship applications, dissertation chapters, research statements, and job materials

Writing in the Major (WIM)

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The Hume Center provides support and resources to students working on a Writing in the Major project, as well as to faculty and TAs teaching WIM


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Make an appointment or see a drop-in tutor

Become a Tutor

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Writing Tutor applications for the 2021-2022 academic year will be available in Winter 2021.