Writing Center

Stop by the Writing Center to get help with writing assignments in any subject.

Why drop in?

Writing coaches help students:

  • Develop and organize ideas
  • Strengthen basic writing skills
  • Cite sources
  • Eliminate wordiness and redundancy
  • Expand a draft
  • Develop punctuation skills
  • Improve sentence structures
Our coaches, who are either faculty members or peer tutors, can help you develop as a writer.

What you need to bring: The assignment, any drafts you’ve started, ideas, and willingness to learn. Make sure to leave time to make revisions before the assignment is due.

See the Writing Center schedule below.

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Writing Center Disclaimer
paper review may take up to 48 hours
submit assignments 1 week prior to due date for ideal services
we highly recommend providing us with your teacher’s rubric and assignment sheet
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Meet Our Writing Center Coaches!


My name is Tim Sweeney, and I have enjoyed reading and writing since I was around 8 years old. I love poetry most of all, but I also enjoy reading short stories, novels, and unnecessarily angry Yelp reviews. I believe that the ability to write effectively is an extremely important skill to have, both academically and professionally. However, powerful writing can also be a useful tool in your personal life too! For example, your hour long wait to be seated wasn’t “long”, it was biblical, your steak wasn’t “dry”, it was like an artifact from King Tut’s tomb… I mean after all, what fun is writing boring Yelp reviews?

Hi there! My name is Thompson. I’m a senior in the Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences program. I have a LOT of experience working with scientific writing, but I LOVE to work on brainstorming sessions and creative pieces.

Hey, I’m Rob! I enjoy researching and writing about management strategies and the natural history of wildlife species. I am interested in the wildlife conservation implications that come for research done across different species.

Meet the Writing Center Staff!

 

 

 

 

 

Hey, I’m Roxcy. I have been at Paul Smith’s College since 1990.  I was here in the nineties, helped when PSC instituted a Writing Center—and have watched it grow ever since! My varied instructional experience includes teaching people from very young ages to adult. I have taught English grammar, composition, and literature to high school and college students and have taught students with emotional, developmental, and learning disabilities. As a learning specialist, I help students with a disability reach their potential using accommodations and other services at Paul Smith’s College. As a reading therapist, I provide assessment services and effective treatment and intervention to students of all ages and levels of reading achievement. My main interest is in the area of universal access to education. Many people need to adjust the activities required to learn and to demonstrate what they learned. It is my desire to help professors and students make those adjustments, so any student can access their education as easily as any other student.

Hello, I’m Rebi! I’m a professional writing coach at our Writing Center on campus. I’ve been working at the Writing Center for some time now. I am intrigued by reading, writing, and most of all rugby! I love to help students and have a knack for answering hard questions. A fun fact about me… I teach line dancing! You can find me in the Writing Center Monday through Thursday. Stop in anytime to get some help or just to chat!

Howdy! I’m Sara Rose. I work with the PSC Writing Center as a writing specialist. I’m a recent graduate who enjoys reading and writing on just about anything! I’m infatuated by the mountains, sustainable agriculture, and our school’s team of draft horses. I love making connections between food, farming, people, and writing. And I especially enjoy teaching people about these subjects. I play the bagpipes, own a red-tick coonhound, and you can find me around campus usually drinking copious amounts of black coffee out of my mustard-yellow thermos. I am currently reading Charles Bukowski poetry and Stephen Leslie’s, “Horse-Powered Farming for the 21st Century.” Feel free to come find me in the writing center or at the school barn anytime!