Resources for students

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!

resources for the student writer

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!

The WRC Offers:

  • One-on-one writing conferences with a Student Writing Assistant (SWA)
  • Meet with a SWA to talk about your writing. Whether it’s to brainstorm or clean up that final draft, a SWA can assist you at any point in your writing process! If you would like to meet with a SWA one-on-one, feel free to set up an appointment or walk on in to LBR 102.

Workshops

Out of class workshops can be facilitated by SWAs or other WRC staff. Common topics include: Thesis Prep, Lab Reports, APA/MLA Citation, and Thesis Crunch. If you have a suggestion for a workshop, let us know!

Social events

It’s not always about writing in the WRC! Sometimes we host events, especially during busy times in the semester, so students can take a break, relax, and get to know the SWAs. Past events include: SWAffle House, Pop-up TV show viewings, and Homemade Play-Doh

Thesis writing groups

During ISP and Spring semester, we host special writing groups just for thesis students! Snacks provided!

Come-Write-In

Don’t want an appointment, but still want to write? Come write in! Feel free to use the WRC as a writing/homework space. We just ask that you don’t disturb those who are in writing conferences. Have some free coffee, relax, write!


More Resources

Student Writing FAQs

What's a SWA? Do I need an appointment? We have the answers.

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