The Writing Center will work with you on any type of writing or speaking assignment, including academic essays, lab reports, oral presentations, poster or PowerPoint presentations, senior thesis projects, and personal essays for fellowship and internship applications.
The Writing Center offers both in-person and virtual appointments. Follow us on Instagram for updates and inspiration! The Writing Center will open for the fall semester on Sunday, September 17. The appointment schedule will be posted by Friday, September 15.
The Writing Center fosters a culture of vibrant intellectual exchange by helping students to develop clear and persuasive written, spoken, and visual arguments. We aim to create an inclusive and welcoming space for all students.
We will work with you on any type of writing or speaking assignment, including academic essays, lab reports, oral presentations, poster or PowerPoint presentations, senior thesis projects, and personal essays for fellowship and internship applications.
To make an appointment with Nimisha Ladva, Oral Communication Specialist, email her at nladva [at] haverford.edu.
Peer Tutor Alumni
Benitez is enrolled in an applied linguistics masters program at University College London.
Kaplan is working as a program assistant at USAID's Global Health Bureau in the Center for Innovation and Impact (CII).
Schoder is starting a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant position and will be teaching English at a vocational school in Galicia, Spain.
Wu is currently a Master of Public Health student at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
Urquiza is living in Philadelphia and will start working as a community projects coordinator at YouthBuild in the fall.
Rothschild spent a year after graduation teaching English in Germany, and now works as a social studies teacher in Chicago.
Waldis is a second year medical school student and co-leads a community outreach program that provides health science lessons to elementary school students.
Pedersen is living in Freidorf, Germany and is a Writer in Residence at the Beaumont Farm.
Arroyo is a doctoral student in English at the University of Southern California.
Braun is about to begin a doctoral program in English at the University of Michigan with a focus on trauma and cultural memory.