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Papers written as part of the course requirements for courses taken at the University of Puget Sound in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2014 are eligible for entry in the Writing Excellence Competition. The deadline for submission is 5:00 p.m. Friday, January 30, 2015.

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Apply to be a Writing Advisor or Subject Tutor

Consider applying to be a Writing Advisor or Subject Tutor Working at the CWLT! Engaging in peer-to-peer learning not only helps hone academic abilities but also teaches valuable interpersonal skills. For the 2015-16 academic year, applications are due on February 13 at 5 PM.

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Check out the GRE study group!

Sundays 4-5 PM, tutors in the sciences, math, and English will be on hand to lead free weekly review sessions on GRE topics to help you prep for your test. We also have review books, flashcards, and worksheets available for use in the Center.


Got a quick question?

There are drop-in hours for almost any academic question you might have, from how to conjugate "rire," to how a Taylor series works, to how to cite an essay in APA format. Writing drop-in hours are Sun-Thurs from 3-4, and other drop-in hours vary by discipline. Schedules are available below…

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European Writing Centers Association Conference

Congratulations to CWLT peer tutors and writing advisors Garrett Stanford, Grete Slaugh, Katrina Buesch, Sam Coates, and Danique Gigger, who presented their research in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany! You did Puget Sound proud.


Race and Pedagogy Highlight

Among the many highlights of the Race and Pedagogy conference, students from the CWLT and from director Julie Christoph's English 372 class met in a small group with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., to talk about pursuing dreams, rap, cultural appropriation, and Signifyin(g)--among other topics…


Check out our blog: Peering In!

Learn fun facts about the disciplines you study, read cool study tips, and hear about what writing advisors and peer tutors do outside of the Center--all on our student-written blog: Peering In.

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Center for Writing, Learning, & Teaching

Request an Appointment Tutoring Schedules Writing Advisor Schedules

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The mission of the Center for Writing, Learning, and Teaching is to support faculty in their teaching and to provide opportunities for all Puget Sound students to achieve their academic goals.

Our services include:

  • Writing Advisors who are selected through a rigorous application process and who are specially trained to help students get started on a paper, organize their thoughts, or improve their editing skills.
  • Tutors in a wide range of subjects who are nominated by professors in their disciplines and who are specially trained to help students individually or in small groups.
  • Classes that help students improve their reading efficiency.
  • Workshops on writing personal statements for graduate and professional school applications.
  • Resources for writers, including books and handouts on writing, as well as the style manuals for APA, MLA, and Chicago.
  • Computers for students to use when writing papers and online assignments, as well as when using adaptive equipment.
  • Teaching and learning resources for faculty members, including books and journals, “Wednesdays at 4” conversations, in-class workshops, and individual consultation with CWLT faculty.
  • Events such as the Long Night Against Procrastination and the Writing Marathon.

Learning Support Services

To coordinate programs and services that support student success, the Center works closely with many academic departments and offices on campus, including Academic Advising, Fellowships, Health Professions Advising, International Programs, the Registrar's Office, and Student Accessibility and Accommodation.

To make an appointment

to work with a writing advisor, go to Howarth 109, fill out this online request form, or call 253.879.3404.

to work with a peer tutor, go to Howarth 109, fill out this online request form, or call 253.879.3404.

Events at the CWLT

Check out special events at the Center for Writing, Learning, and Teaching.