Tutoring Schedule & Locations

Visit us in Heavilon Hall 226, Purdue University, West Lafayette campus.

Schedule a tutoring appointment in our main Heavilon Hall location with our online scheduler. Our evening locations are drop-in only and first come, first served

You can contact us by phone at 765-494-3723.

Fall 2016 Hours

Heavilon 226

Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Purdue Writing Lab Satellite Locations and Hours

HSEE Collaborative Study Center (HSSE 142 in Stewart Center)

Monday 6:00-9:00 pm

Latino Cultural Center (600 N. Russell St)

Tuesday 6:00-9:00 pm

Mechanical Engineering 2nd Floor (Rooms 2138 and 2142)

Wednesday 6:00-9:00 pm

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General Tutoring Job Information

Opportunities for 2016-2017

Each spring, the Writing Lab at Purdue recruits consultants (i.e. tutors) for the next academic year, and we are now accepting applications for 2016-2017. Follow the links below for information about each tutoring staff group. For more information about tutoring opportunities in the Writing Lab, please contact Tammy Conard-Salvo, Writing Lab Associate Director.

We are interested in reflecting the diversity of the Purdue community.  Students from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for positions in the Writing Lab.

Graduate Students

The Writing Lab only employs graduate students in English at Purdue University for graduate tutoring jobs. We do not accept applications from graduate students in other departments or from other institutions, and students must have assistantship funding through the English Department.

Information about the position and application materials, can be found in the section Opportunities for Purdue Graduate Students in English. Please check back in January 2017 when we begin accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Undergraduate Students

Purdue undergraduate students of any major who are interested in working in the Writing Lab must first take a Tutoring Practicum course before being eligible for employment.  You have the option of taking English 390A if you would like to tutor students in First Year Composition (English 106 or 108). You may take English 390B if you are interested in tutoring Business, Technical, and Professional Writing.

Information and application materials can be found in the Opportunities for Purdue Undergraduate Students section. We are now accepting applications for a special spring 2016 section of ENGL 390. The deadline for applications is 6:00 pm on Monday, October 17, 2016.

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