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Graduate Writing

FGSR and the Student Success Centre have partnered to create a writing tutor program especially for graduate students. Graduate writing tutors are available free of charge to help you improve the written components of your thesis, your coursework papers, or your job or scholarship applications. While tutors are happy to discuss any of your writing concerns with you, they do not provide proofreading or copyediting services, and students are expected to participate in all tutoring sessions and perform their own edits.

Our tutors come from a variety of educational backgrounds and are available at different times based on their availability. You are encouraged to read their bios below and select the tutor whose expertise is closest to yours, though each is prepared to discuss work from a variety of disciplines.

Tutoring sessions last 55 minutes and students can attend a session one time per week. Appointments are best made 24 hours in advance, but you are welcome to drop in and see if a tutor is available to help you during the times listed on the schedule. Drop ins are first come, first served: if the tutor’s schedule for that day is full, they will let you know and you can use our booking system to book an appointment for another time. The Zoom ID for drop-ins is: 498 169 3784

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Very few people can achieve great writing on their own. Why not get a second opinion?





Florence has a background in writing papers from her arts (history major), journalism and library science degrees. She is currently writing more papers for her Master of Journalism degree. In addition to writing papers, she has written for CBC Saskatchewan, New Canadian Media, Vancouver's West Ender, Folklore magazine and Battlefords News-Optimist.



Hugh completed a B.A. in psychology at the University of British Columbia and an M.A. in clinical psychology at the University of Regina, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. He has experience with academic writing in several common contexts, including graduate-level coursework, thesis and dissertation writing, publication in academic journals, presentation (via Powerpoint, poster, and infographic), clinical trial registration, research ethics board navigation, and scholarship applications. Although his research focuses on digital mental health interventions, Hugh has a broad knowledge of the field of psychology and many of the common methods and formats (including APA style!) used therein.


Ilyas is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Environmental Systems Engineering at the University of Regina. He has a master's degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Saitama University, Japan. He has published eight conference/journal papers and currently working on two journal papers. Ilyas can help in writing thesis and dissertations, journal publications, project reports, PowerPoint presentations, cover letters for job and scholarship applications, and formatting.



Toyin is an international educator with wide-ranging teaching and research experience in Language education and educational management. She holds a PhD in educational management. She is currently a Masters’ student, studying French and Intercultural Studies at the University of Regina.



Hi! I’m Holly. I’m a PhD Candidate in the department of Sociology and Social Studies, and am currently writing a dissertation on the social dimensions of climate change in central Saskatchewan. Specifically, my project explores themes such as social capital, adaptability, vulnerability, and the ways in which globalisation has shaped unique experiences in small prairie communities. My other academic interests include: qualitative research methods, social theory, gender and intersectionality, and turning social science research into something fun to read!

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