Writing is a tool of discovery, self-expression, and social justice. The purpose of the Writing Center at Southern Connecticut State University is to provide a curricular structure and an educational environment, in which students and faculty can gain the skills and support they need to be successful writers, and writing mentors. The Writing Center coordinates with the Center for Academic Success and Accessibility Services, the Faculty Development Office, the Writing Across the Curriculum Committee, and the Composition Committee to provide resources, such as tutors, workshops, improved W courses, and speakers.
For Spring 2021 the Writing Center will continue to operate. All tutoring will continue through the Center for Academic Success and Accessibility Services, and students can sign up for online or in-person tutoring sessions unless the University deems otherwise.
Students should sign up for tutoring through SSC Navigate. Instructions on online tutoring is here (see attached handout). Faculty should encourage their students to use the on-line or in-person tutoring services.
Faculty who are looking to improve their writing pedagogy are encouraged to schedule one-on-one consultations.
These consultations can cover any number of topics including:
- Creating plagiarism proof assignments
- designing an online W course
- approving a course under the pilot program
- grading and assessing writing assignments
- developing writing goals for 100, 200, 300, 400
- working with at-risk students through writing
- how to help graduate students
- and more!
Are You in the Right Place?
Dr. Marie McDaniel
Email: Mcdanielm4@southernct.edu or email@example.com
Room: EN C211D