The CAS Office is closed for Chapel on Wednesdays and Fridays during the semester.
CAS Writing Tutors are undergraduate students from a range of academic disciplines including psychology, biology, history, business, and mathematics. Our tutors are prepared to help you during any stage of the writing process from brainstorming and development, planning and drafting, through organization, revision, and editing.
CAS is a place where all students are valued as writers and critical thinkers. During writing sessions, students will be actively engaged in discussion and activity with their writing.
Writing Tutors are located in the Center for Academic Success on the ground floor of Nease Library.
*Before students can make an appointment for the first time, they will need to register as a new user and create an account using their ENC email address and password. Students can sign up for two appointments per week in CAS.
HOURS AND SCHEDULING INFORMATION
Writing Tutoring is generally open during the following hours when classes are in session:
Monday - Thursday: 2 PM - 4 PM, 6 PM - 9 PM
WRITING TUTOR POLICIES
The scope of CAS Writing Tutoring
Classes with SI
CP150 Christian Tradition
CP195 West in the World: 1500
CP250 Bible in Current Perspective
CP290 Western Philosophy/Globalization
BI101 Principles of Biology
CH103 General Chemistry
CH321 Organic Chemistry
|QUESTIONS||WEEKLY APPOINTMENTS||SINGLE APPOINTMENTS|
|Yes, you will meet with the same tutor each week.||You will potentially meet with a different tutor each time you sign up for an appointment.|
|Up to 1 hour||Up to 1 hour|
|Once a week for the remainder of the semester.||
Per course, you are permitted 1 appointment in a week.
|You may sign up for 1 weekly appointment per course.||You may sign up for up to 1 Single appointment (if available) per course in a week.|
|Up to three, with opportunity to pool your knowledge with other students, reviewing class topics and points of confusion collectively.||Just you.|
|Students who wish to further develop their study skills.||Students with just one or two questions.|