Welcome to The Learning Commons, home to the Writing Center and Tutoring Services at Regis University, a collaborative, university-wide unit that provides academic resources to support and enhance the student experience. We work with students to instill success through writing consultation, academic tutoring, and topical workshops. For more information, check out our offerings under Academic Resources to the right. We look forward to working with you!

The Learning Commons Team

Michael Ennis, Director, Writing Center and Tutoring Services
Michael earned his doctorate in Comparative Literature from Duke University and has worked at Duke University, Elon University, and the University of Colorado-Boulder. He has taught writing and humanities courses on Latin American literature and culture, utopian literature, HBO’s The Wire, and Pirates.  His research interests include Aztec and Maya writing systems and composition pedagogy. 

CharLee Toth, Manager, Tutoring Services
CharLee is a Regis University graduate, and recently completed Boston College's Master's program in English. Her research interests include American Literature, Film, and Performance Studies. She also studies Old English in her free time. CharLee is a passionate proponent of Liberal Arts education, and is enthusiastic about the crucial role tutors play in the vibrant learning community at Regis.

Ameeta Scott, Manager, Writing Center
Ameeta joined Regis University as writing center coordinator in September, 2013. Writing tutoring and public relations comprise the core of her professional career. She thrives on diversity, exchange of thought, and all things writing-center related. She is a firm believer in the role writing centers can play in the academic journey of student-writers. 

Writing Coaches and Academic Tutors
Our team of writing coaches and academic tutors comprise faculty-nominated peers, professional staff, and volunteer instructors who are passionate about helping students through the scholastic process so that they can succeed in their academic journey. They receive training on an ongoing basis to keep up to date with best pedagogical standards of practice.