Located on the main level of Dwight in the Mediated Educational Work Space (MEWS), the SAW Center is a place where students work together with skilled peer mentors to speak confidently, argue persuasively, and write with clarity. SAW mentors are students who have undergone a rigorous training program. They help their peers by working intensively with students on projects and papers at every step in the process, from brainstorming to revising. Students can also practice presentations, speeches, interviews, and more with a SAW mentor. The SAW Center is open 6 days a week during the academic year and is utilized by over 700 students each semester.
SAW Center Reading Day Hours
Tuesday, May 1…...….9am-5pm
Wednesday, May 2…...9am-9pm
Thursday, May 3…....9am-7pm
SAW Center Hours
|Monday & Tuesday||3pm - 9pm|
|Wednesday & Thursday||
3pm - 9pm
|Sunday||12pm - 9pm|
SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE
To schedule a session with a SAW mentor, please make an appointment online.
Drop-In Hours | No Appointment Required
Evenings | Sunday - Thursday: 7pm - 8pm
Mornings | Wednesday - Friday: 10am - 11am
During the times listed above, the SAW Center is open only for drop-ins. SAW Mentors will appear as unavailable in the online schedule during drop-in hours. A SAW Mentor will meet with you for at least 30 minutes and often will be able to spend more time with you, depending on how many other students are waiting. Drop-in sessions start at the beginning and half past the hour.
SAW MENTORS ARE TRAINED TO ASSIST STUDENTS WITH: Essays, lab reports, creative writing, presentations and speeches, senior theses, reflection responses, personal statements, analytical papers, and more!
HELPFUL SAW CENTER HANDOUTS