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Presentation U offers free peer tutoring for communication and composition assignments in any form for any course, including research papers, essays, lab reports, presentations, infographics, ePortfolios, and iPad related projects. 

The Hub @ William T Young Library (B-24)
Large Classroom in Pigman Hall (Sunday only)
Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday 1:00pm - 9:00pm

Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm

Sunday 4:00pm - 8:00pm (Pigman Hall)

Presentation U: Speaking and Writing Center

Integrated Success Coaching Group Coaching Session

What is Presentation U: Speaking and Writing Center

Presentation U supports students’ multimodal communication skills and assignments by offering free, drop-in, and by appointment (both online and face-to-face) peer tutoring.   

Our College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) certified peer tutors are ready to help you brainstorm, revise, and polish your communication assignments today! Whether you are just starting your assignment or putting the final touches on your project, our tutors can help you reach your goals. 

Assignment topics include: 

  • Research papers 

  • Essays 

  • Lab reports 

  • Presentation practice 

  • Slide design 

  • ePortfolios 

  • Website Design 

  • Storyboarding 

  • Infographics 

  • Group projects & presentation 

... and many more! 

Students working together at a supplemental instruction session

What to Expect at Peer Tutoring

When coming to Presentation U, you can expect your tutor to meet you wherever you are in your communication project, whether you are planning, drafting, or revising. Your tutor will give feedback on your assignment to help you find strengths and possible improvements, as well as identify broader elements of success that can transfer to future projects. Tutors will empower you to grow as a writer and guide you through the proofreading process without making any changes themselves.  

Presentation U tutoring is available in three different formats and each can look and feel a little different. 

In-Person: Face-to-face session with a tutor at our center located in The Hub of William T Young Library. In-Person tutoring can be one-on-one, or an appointment can be made for group projects. 

Virtual: Synchronous tutoring using Zoom where a student can speak with a tutor live and receive feedback in the moment. 

eTutoring: File submission where a student can submit their paper and it will be returned with comments and feedback. A student will not  directly speak with the tutor. 






Faculty & Staff who would like to collaborate with Presentation U on an event and/or request a representative to come to their class and speak about our services are invited to email us at

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