The Writing Fellows are specially trained peer tutors who work with writers in all disciplines. Writing Fellows staff the Writing Center (located on the second floor of Barnard Hall); they are also attached to various Barnard College courses.

Writers of all skill levels and in all disciplines are welcome to use the Writing Center. Excellent writers who understand the value of feedback use the Writing Center. First-year students writing First-Year Writing/First-Year Seminar papers use the Writing Center, as do seniors writing senior theses and students for whom English is a second language. Writing Fellows themselves often use the Writing Center.

To learn more about writing at Barnard, the Writing Fellows, and other writing-and-speaking-related news, please select from the tabs to the left.

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Are you an R.A., senior writing a thesis, or somebody else looking to collaborate with a Fellow outside the Writing Center or the attached class program? Please visit our "other resources" page.



Have you read the first issue of [sic.], CAP's literary journal on communication?

Yes? Great! No? What! Why not?! Read it for free here, and stay tuned for future opportunities to submit to [sic.].

Also, visit Fellow Voices, the Writing and Speaking Fellows' blog »

*Please note that as a program at a women's college, Writing Fellows use women-centered language in our institutional communications regarding students. We also value the individual identities that students, faculty, and staff bring to campus. We encourage all members of our community to respect the pronouns as shared by each individual .

**Banner photo credit: Ashna Shome, BC '18









Grammar Workshops

The next round of Grammar Workshops are now available! RSVP to attend. Some of the topics include: 

     Editing for Clarity: Playing with Pleonasm

     Learning Grammar Through Literature: A New Kind of Close-Reading

     Writing Out Loud: Grammatical Tips for Speeches and Presentations  

Workshops will happen  in Sulzberger Annex.  For  a full description of workshops, visit: writing.barnard.edu/grammar