We are open for business! Check the schedule to be guaranteed a tutorial.

Upcoming Events:

February 15: Neville 101 @ 4:15PM – “How Do Sets of Inscriptions Become a Life” by Professor Kevin Roozen. 

February 24: Neville 402 @ 5PM – Come learn the basics of APA citation in our APA Workshop

First Visit?

Go to WCOnline to register and make an account. From there, you will also be able to make appointments online.

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General Info

Director: Paige Mitchell (581.3832)

FounderHarvey Kail

Tutor Coordinators: Shelby Colburn and Grace Marshall 

ESL Specialists: Paige Mitchell, Zhen Zhang, Katie Wowk, and Lindsey Baillie.

What to bring to your tutoring session

The most important thing to bring is the assignment (if you have one) and any writing you have done so far on the assignment. Here is a helpful list of things to consider bringing:

  • The assignment (class notes, handouts, syllabus, etc)
  • Your paper, or multiple drafts of your paper
  • Research materials (this sometimes helps with citation questions or quoting)
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Come to 402 Neville Hall!


Our usual hours of operation are below; at this point our tutors can’t staff every hour, so please check our schedule on line to be sure of an appointment.

9am-5pm in 402 Neville Hall Monday-Friday & 6pm-8pm in Fogler Library during our evening shifts

 To schedule an appointment today call 207.581.3828, make an appointment online here , or just walk in!

Beyond a tutorial we provide...

  • Grammar and citation guidance
  • Mac and PC Workstations with Internet access
  • Writing and Reading Workshops
  • A quiet, comfortable study environment with tutors ready to answer questions and give advice
  • A SafeZone trained environment.


We offer feedback on all written work for all University of Maine students, faculty, and staff.  We help you enhance your critical awareness of your own writing as we work one-on-one with you in a comfortable environment. Our tutors will focus on anything from creative to formal academic work. Students may also utilize the Writing Center as a quiet place to write while we are open.