Writing Center Consultants


David Fejeran

David Fejeran is a Senior-level, Social Studies Broadfield Education student from Rancho Cucamonga, California. He is a member of the debate team and is the Online Editor for Rocky Mountain College’s newspaper, The Summit. His hobbies include hiking, reading, baking, and pretending to know how to play the piano. He hopes to eventually teach somewhere along the Northern Pacific Coast.

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Ashley Kustka

Ashley Kustka is an Art Education major. She spends most of her time in her "studio" making all mediums of art. On the rare occasion she isn't making an artsy mess she can be found with her nose in a good piece of historical fiction, wandering in antique stores, or enjoying the great outdoors. She is excited to begin tutoring and assisting writers in the development of their craft.


Tatia Hollowell

Tatia Hollowell is a junior at Rocky Mountain College majoring in English Education with a minor in History. Originally from Hysham, Montana, she hopes to someday teach in a small town in either Montana or Wyoming. In her free time, Tatia enjoys reading and spending time with friends. She is a new tutor and is looking forward to assisting how writers express themselves and learning from them as well. She hopes that her hours in the Writing Center will help her develop skills that will carry into her future career in education.


Christopher Scoles

Christopher Scoles is a Billings native and an RMC graduate in Art, planning to pursue a master's degree in Art. He started tutoring in the fall of 2012 and quickly recognized how rewarding it felt to help students achieve their goals in writing. When not in the Writing Center or working on homework, Christopher enjoys drawing, overanalyzing films, and gaming.


Marisa Gollus

Marisa Gollus is a recent graduate of Rocky Mountain College, majoring in Literary Studies. She is originally from the village of Findlay in Central Illinois (no, it's not near Chicago). She takes voice lessons and would like to think she sings more than she talks. Marisa looks forward to helping students improve their writing because of the impact using the Writing Center had on her own education. When she isn't working or going to class, Marisa enjoys spending time with her friends, reading, and exploring new travel opportunities.


Marcell Bruski  

Marcell Bruski is a senior at Rocky Mountain College, majoring in Business Administration, concentration in Management, minoring in Communication Studies. She is a native to Montana and grew up in South Eastern Montana. Marcell looks forward to helping out her fellow peers in all stages of their writing.  

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Chris Prescott 

Chris earned his bachelor of science degree, majoring in biology and minoring in mathematics, in May 2016 at Rocky Mountain College. He aspires to attend either medical or graduate school. After joining the Writing Center in 2013, he immediately noticed how enjoyable it is to work with writers in developing their ideas and how this results in being introduced to different methods of reasoning. He enjoys playing music and reading. 


Max Dubbe

Max graduated from the aviation program at RMC in May 2016. He's from Cut Bank, Montana, and hopes to become a bush pilot in Alaska. He looks forward to helping students improve their writing ability in the RMC Writing Center.