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The Center for Reading and Writing offers one-on-one, face-to-face consulting sessions in writing, reading, and study skills.  We encourage ALL Ramapo students to visit the Center. Whether you want to improve your reading, learn strategies for strengthening your writing, or brush up on study skills, we have the people and the resources to help you.

THE CENTER OPENS FOR WALK-IN SESSIONS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. No appointment necessary; just check in at the desk, with you Ramapo ID. There’s usually not a wait until later in the semester, but, if you want to see how busy we are before you come, please check out the link to the Virtual Waiting Room, below.

WE WILL BE HIRING AGAIN IN SPRING 2018. If you’re interested in applying, please take a look at our page, “How to Become a Consultant.” Applications are welcome even after the end of the spring semester, and we will continue conducting interviews with selected candidates as necessary. Inquiries are welcome at any time; please contact Tom Kitchen.

Hours of operation

Fall Hours: Mon.-Thurs: 10:00 a.m.– 8:00 p.m., Fri. 10:00am – 2:00pm

 

Location: George T. Potter Library, 2nd floor, L-211
Phone: (201) 684-7557
E-mail: crw@ramapo.edu

The Center also offers Student Workshops on a range of topics from writing the argument paper to critical reading and MLA, APA, and Turabian/Chicago style guidelines. These 45-minute workshops are facilitated by Center staff, faculty and peer consultants. Click below for a list of upcoming workshops.

Come visit us on the 2nd floor of the Library (1 floor down from the main entrance).

Fall 2017 Workshop Schedule

The Virtual Waiting Room. Wondering whether there’s a wait? Click the link below to see how many people are currently at the Center (note that the number includes both people who are participating in active sessions, and those who are waiting for a session).

The Virtual Waiting Room

Find us in the Library!

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Center News

The Center will be on hand at the Student Involvement Fair on September 13th, and at the Wellness Wednesday event on September 27th.  Please come by our table to find out more about the Center from people who work there.

What Ramapo Students are Saying about the Center for Reading and Writing…

  • “It was really helpful, because now I know what areas to focus on to complete my essay effectively.”
  • “I was very satisfied with the help I received. My consultant showed me how to improve my paper and reading through it really helped.”
  • “Everything about this session was positive and effective. I now have a better understanding on where to start with my research paper.”
  • “I learned how to replace paragraphs in my essay, and help improve my thesis.”
  • “I got a good perspective on my topic, and I also learned more about the Chicago style of writing.”
  • “Going to the Reading and Writing Center helps give me more ideas and strategies to work with my paper.”
  • “This is a great place to release the frustration when in doubt about writing.”
  • “I know what changes I have to make, and how to make them.”
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Contacts:

Priscilla Tovey VanAulen,
Outreach Coordinator

Phone: (201) 684-7561
Office: L-211A
E-mail: ptovey@ramapo.edu

Ramon Reyes,
Developmental Writing Specialist

Phone: (201) 684-7559
Office: L-211B
E-mail: rreyes@ramapo.edu

Susan Auger,
Reading Specialist

Phone: (201) 684-7118
Office: L-211F
E-mail: sauger@ramapo.edu

Tom Kitchen,
Director

Phone: (201) 684-7084
Office: L-211C
E-mail: tkitche1@ramapo.edu