The Office of Student Services offers a free Academic Writing Center open to all Rollins students. We can help you organize your ideas, develop a writing plan, and identify grammatical mistakes with our one-on-one, in-person tutoring services.
Whether it’s a term paper, your thesis, or an academic journal article, we’re here to help you get your ideas and research across in a way that compels, informs, and inspires.
Tutoring sessions are 45 minutes long. Out of courtesy to our tutors, make or cancel your appointment at least 24 hours in advance. Please limit your sessions to two per month.
Meet our Writing Tutors
Alyssa Duck is a third year Ph.D. student in the Department of English at Emory University.
Alyssa holds B.A. degrees in English and French Linguistics, and teaches writing classes at Emory College. She is trained under the Association of Writers & Writing Programs to offer writing support to both native and non-native English speakers.
Alyssa is available to help Rollins students with the organization, planning, writing, and editing of research articles, writing samples, class assignments, theses, and other pieces of writing.
Mary Taylor Mann is a first-year Ph.D. student in the Department of English at Emory University. She moved to Atlanta from North Carolina where she received a B.A. in English from Davidson College and a M.A. in Bioethics from Wake Forest University.
Mary Taylor is available assist Rollins students as they brainstorm, plan, write, and revise a variety of writing assignments, including class assignments, final papers, research articles, conference papers, and theses. She is also happy to help Rollins students identify and implement best writing practices for long-term writing success.
Meet our Biostatistics Tutor
Jeong Hoon Jang, our first RSPH Biostatistics Tutor, is a third year Ph.D. student in Biostatistics and Bioinformatics at Emory University.
Prior to moving to Atlanta, Jeong completed his B.S. in Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Management at New York University. Jeong's primary research field includes agreement, survival and longitudinal methodologies, but he is available to help Rollins students with all aspects of statistical methods and applications that are covered in classes and/or considered for use in thesis projects.
Hannah Nicol, Assistant Director of International Student Affairs & ESL, leads writing workshops and presentations throughout the year. These workshops are open to all RSPH students.