• For Faculty

    Our peer tutors are trained to help your undergraduate and graduate students with any writing-related project, complementing the work you do in the classroom. Tutors emphasize tools and strategies that students can transfer to other tasks in your class or elsewhere. In addition to our tutoring, we offer class visits, teaching support, and other resources. 

    Class Visits


    During an orientation, we visit your classroom to describe our tutoring services and show your students how to schedule an appointment with us online. Orientations usually take 1520 minutes. 


    We can visit your classroom and run an interactive workshop tailored to your students’ needs. Previous workshops have discussed topics such as thesis statements, brainstorming strategies, concision, comma usage, and storyboarding. We can stay for just a portion of your class or teach for the entire period. 

    Teaching Support

    We are here to answer your writing-related questions, help you develop writing assignments for any class, and consult with you about ways to integrate more writing into your curriculum. 

    Other Resources

    You can find helpful writing-related information on our Resources page and Hamline’s Writing Across the Curriculum page. You can also find our recommended syllabus statement on the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Syllabus Resources page.


    Please contact Rob Cannella at rcannella01@hamline.edu if you are interested in any of our services. We look forward to working with you!