Center for Writing & Academic Achievement
The Center for Writing and Academic Achievement (CWAA) provides academic support services in a welcoming, professional environment that emphasizes collaborative learning and peer tutoring, supplemented with professional-level support. We believe in providing educational opportunities which contribute toward a lifelong love of learning for all Stonehill students.
Where to Find Us
The CWAA is located on the third floor of the MacPhaidin Library, Room 314. Please contact us with any questions about our services!
Writing Tutors work with individual students to address higher-order concerns, such as argumentation, organization, and voice, before moving on to later-order concerns, such as grammar, syntax, mechanics, and citation formats.
The CWAA offers individual and group tutoring options for students seeking assistance in specific subject areas.
Academic Peer Mentors work closely with humanities faculty and tutor students outside of class by clarifying their professor's instructions, overseeing group meetings, and hosting out-of-class learning experiences.
Peer-Led Team Leaders work closely with faculty from the Chemistry and Biology Departments and mentor other students by applying the knowledge they have learned as science scholars.
Writing Fellows are undergraduate teaching assistants who support writing activities in the classroom.
Teaching Assistants provide supplemental instruction that benefits individual students and the class as a whole. TAs work within a variety of courses across academic disciplines.