Writing help is available from peer tutors to all students throughout the week. Students may either make an appointment by stopping by the writing tutor desk in the Reading Room of the Library on the second floor of the library during tutoring hours or just walk in for help. Student tutors work with students at all levels and in all disciplines. They can help review grammar, plan research, write outlines, understand essay structures, cite correctly, develop analytical writing, and revise work.
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Questions about the program can be directed to Noelle Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org or via x4664.
Students who would like extra instruction in critical and expository writing skills are strongly encouraged to take one or more of the several courses Bennington offers specially designed for this purpose.
English as a Second Language with Wayne Hoffman-Ogier (offered each term)
Scriptorium with Camille Guthrie (offered on a different topic each term)
Pathways: an Introduction to Writing with Wayne Hoffman-Ogier (offered each term)
Style and Tone in Nonfiction Writing with Wayne Hoffman-Ogier (offered each Fall)
Syntax with John Gould (offered occasionally, approximately once a year)
Writing Essays About Literature with Wayne Hoffman-Ogier (offered each Spring)