Any type of writing, at any stage of your writing process.
The WRC is committed to offering continued writing support and will continue to adjust policies in response to COVID-19. We are happy to extend our remote-appointment option as well as offer masked in-person meetings in the WRC space. Students will be able to make appointments for either type of appointment beginning Aug 31st using our online schedule. We believe strongly in catering every appointment to the needs of each student writer, so while we will default to using the tools available through the NCF Google Suite (e.g., Google Docs, Google Hangouts/Meet, etc.) for our online appointments, SWAs may also suggest using other tools and technology to facilitate a productive and supportive WRC meeting.
We have made the following changes to accommodate this exceptional circumstance:
If you have ANY questions about how the WRC can support you and online coursework, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s a place and an idea — it’s a meeting of writers and students and thinkers. It’s a room where you can walk in with questions and leave with a few answers, and maybe a few more questions. It’s the moment when you realize that writing doesn’t have to mean being locked away, alone, scribbling by dim candlelight. Writing can be, should be, social.
More practically speaking, it’s the place on campus where you can talk one-on-one with a Student Writing Assistant (SWA) about any type of writing at any stage in your writing process, from brainstorming to final touches.
So, bring in your analyses, your lab reports, your confused theses, your CVs and your scholarship essays, your letters and your stories. We’ll read them all and work with you one-on-one to meet your writing goals.
Ask questions. Get feedback. Have a conversation. Write something.
Writing is an intensive, complex, and multifaceted skill. Its cultivation requires a sustained engagement over time, and its practice is a critical component of professional and academic development, critical thinking, and intellectual maturation. It is for the promotion of each of these that New College requires writing in the course of every student’s personal and academic development. In service to the college and its mission, the Writing Resource Center promotes writing as the practiced skill of employing it as a tool for structuring thought so that it might be clearly presented in language to an audience for the purpose of understanding.
Student Writing Assistants are ready and willing to help you! Schedule an appointment here.
Any NCF student can meet with a Student Writing Assistant (SWA) to talk about any type of writing at any stage in the writing process. You have a one-on-one meeting that can last up to an hour, and what you focus on in this meeting is completely up to you.
If you would like to make a weekly repeating appointment, contact us at email@example.com!
In the library and want to just stop by? Do it! If a Student Writing Assistant isn’t meeting with anyone, they’d be more than happy to speak with you. If they are all meeting with writers, one will set up an appointment for you to come back! We’re located in Jane Bancroft Cook Library, room 103.
(NOTE: It is highly recommended that you do not just pop in an hour before your paper’s due. We cannot guarantee that someone will be available to work with you)
Need to get some writing done but don’t need to talk to a SWA? Come see us! Any student can come in and do work in the WRC any time we’re open. Feel free to grab a white board, post-its, and/or a cup of coffee to help you get your writing done while you’re here.
Dr. Jennifer Wells and Alexandra Maass are prepared to help you take your writing to the next level.Read more here
Whether it’s working with you one-on-one or guiding you to other writing resources, the WRC can support you as you develop your writing!Read more here
There are many ways that the Writing Program can support faculty and their students.Read more here