Literacy and Learning Resources

Literacy and Learning Resources

We provide tutoring, academic guidance and appropriate learning accommodations to all students.


Writing Lab and Math Clinic – Meet with professional and peer tutors for technical guidance, constructive feedback and reviews of your problem solving reasoning.

Subject Specific Peer Tutoring Work with academically accomplished and professor recommended student tutors for tutoring in biology, chemistry, psychology, computers, physics, modern languages, business, bioethics and other disciplines.

Disability Support Services – Students who have submitted the required documentation identifying their disability and need for accommodation to the Dean of Students can work with Disability Support Specialists to receive appropriate academic support, services and accommodations.

Kurzweil Licenses - Kurzweil can read any text aloud, and also be utilized for word processing, note-taking, and translating effectively into over 120 different languages.  To receive a free license, email or visit the front desk in the AEC. 

WCOnline - An online way to create, modify, and reschedule tutoring appointments. Accessed at, this site allows students to find appropriate tutors and set appointments during any hour, whether they are on or off campus. Click for step-by-step instructions.


Paul Simpson
Director and
Professional Writing Tutor

Bob Greenwald
Professional Writing Tutor and Coordinator

Jennifer Stockdale 
Professional Writing Tutor and Developmental Coach for Writing Fellows

Tim Cook
Professional Writing Tutor

Katie Carty
Professional Writing Tutor

Jeanne Popowits
Professional Writing Tutor

Laurie Riggin
Professional ESL Reading and Writing Tutor

Sue Lodgen
Professional Volunteer Writing Tutor

Tom Freyman
Math Clinic

Mari Callahan-Ross
Learning Disabilities Specialist