Detailed Description: Utah State University Writing Fellows Program

Utah State University's Writing Fellows Program began in 1990. It is a curriculum-based peer-tutoring program for undergraduate students, sponsored by the USU Provost’s office and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Students are nominated for the program by professors who are familiar with their writing skills. Writing Fellows work with faculty and their students on two or three class-specific writing assignments throughout the writing semester. Fellows are paid $600 a semester and are expected to take a 2-credit course their first semester for training. For more information, contact the Director, Julie Foust Andrew, at