Select Page

The Writing Center’s staff is made up of 25-30 writing coaches. Continue reading below to learn more about each of our coaches.

No one is ever finished becoming a better writer.
Getting feedback is part of everyone’s writing process.

 

The Writing Center’s mission is to . . .

  • Provide free, one-to-one sessions for writers of any level of expertise and in any discipline
  • Assist writers at any stage of the writing process for any assignment or project
  • Provide a comfortable, friendly, nonjudgmental place to explore and develop ideas
  • Help writers become better critical thinkers through collaborative learning
  • Recognize that writers must take full authority over their own writing
  • Support writers from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of experiences
  • Respond to individual writers’ needs

We can help you . . .

  • Brainstorm ideas
  • Cite your sources correctly
  • Improve your writing process
  • Learn and apply grammatical rules
  • Prepare for speeches and presentations
  • Organize and coherently express your ideas
  • Learn skills you need to edit and proofread your work
  • Evaluate how well your paper follows the assignment directions

What are writers saying about us?

Alex (He/Him)

Third-year
English

|
“They are excellent listeners and ask helpful questions that help me figure out gaps in my writing as opposed to telling me what needs to be fixed.”

Channi (They/She)

Second-Year
English, Radio/TV/Film

|

It is helpful having a new set of eyes on a paper to point out what does not make sense or what things should change.”

Anya (She/They)

Third-year
Journalism
Public Relations

|
“It helps to discuss possible topics with others.”

Ava (She/Her)

Third-Year
2D Studio Art
Spanish

|
“They are very helpful and very patient. They answer any questions I have and make sure I understand before moving on.”

Athena (She/Her)

Junior
Anthropology and Geology
Spanish

|
“It helps to go here to get unstuck when I hit writer’s block”

Timara (She/Her)

Graduate Student
English
Creative Writing

|
“They understood my writing style.”

Ben (He/Him)

Senior
Secondary Education – English

|
“The Writing Center staff really became engaged with the topic and asked questions to clarify, even though it was an unfamiliar subject.”

Dez (Any Pronouns)

Third-Year
English Secondary Education
Creative Writing

|
“The staff explained clearly what I needed to do, which was helpful when it came to editing my paper on my own.”

Brooklyn Roble (She/Her)

Office Manager
Chemistry
Biology

Dr. Crystal Mueller (She/Her)

Writing Center Director 

|
“They are very helpful and very patient. They answer any questions I have and make sure I understand before moving on.”

Duaa (She/Her)

Third-Year
Computer Science
English Literature

|
“They gave great tips. I am not a confident writer but with her tips and suggestions I feel confident with my paper.”

Dakota (She/Her)

Second-Year
Public Relations

|

eTutoring makes it so convenient to get help, it’s nice to have a second pair of eyes go over my papers.”

Courtney (She/Her)

Graduate Student
English
Creative Writing

|
“It was very helpful to go through my paper with somebody other than the professor.”

Connor (He/Him)

Second-Year
English

|

After receiving the feedback, I now feel 100% confident with my paper. The comments were very helpful and I was able to expand on some opportunities she provided.

Autumn Luedtke (She/Her)

Freshman
RFL and English
Journalism

|
“She gave me some great suggestions and boosted my confidence level in the assignment!”

Hannah (She/Her)

Third-Year
Anthropology

Kortney (She/Her)

Third-Year
Multimedia Journalism
Creative Writing, ASL

Leia (She/Her)

Fourth-Year
Human Services Leadership

Jacob (He/Him)

Fourth-Year
English
German, Professional Writing

Lucie (She/Her)

Fourth-Year
Applied Computing
Economics

Shelli (She/Her)

Fourth-Year
Social Work

Hanna (Pro/Nouns)

Freshman
Multimedia Journalism
Music Industy

Isaac (He/Him)

Freshman
Secondary Education – English

Piper (She/Her)

Sophmore
English

Tyler (Pro/Nouns)

Freshman
Psychology
Sociology and LGBTQ+ Studies

Megan (She/Her)

Freshman
Undecided