Students at all levels, in all programs, and in all formats can make writing center appointments at
5 : Faculty Workshop - Gamification 5 : Write-In Writing Group 6 : Student Workshop - Self-Reflection 7 : English Conversation Practice 12 : Faculty Workshop - Social Media 12 : Write-In Writing Group 13 : Student Workshop - Predatory Publishing 14 : English Conversation Practice 15 : Wikipedia Edit-a-thon 15 : Faculty Workshop - Experiential Learning 15 : Write-In Writing Group 16 : Student Workshop - Poster Presentations 17 : English Conversation Practice
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The NSU Write from the Start Writing and Communication Center (WCC) is an innovative workspace where students, consultants, and faculty come together, in person and online, to talk about writing and communication.
Staffed by trained professional and peer writing consultants, the WCC offers individualized writing and communication assistance to all NSU students. Students are welcome to work with us on all types of academic writing and communication projects at any stage of the writing process from brainstorming to editing.
In addition to consultations, the WCC offers graduate and professional student writing and communication workshops and faculty development workshops.
Some WCC staff serve as writing fellows, which are course-embedded writing assistants. Writing fellows are typically undergraduate or graduate students trained in writing center pedagogy who have experience with the discipline-specific writing conventions they help students practice and learn. Each semester, writing fellows work in special "writing enriched" courses across the NSU curriculum, as well as in all NSU composition classes (COMP 1000, COMP 1500, and COMP 2000).
If you would like to learn more, please contact us using the information below. We’re happy to give you a tour of our space and have you meet our staff members!
If you're new to the WCC, view one of our introductory presentations to find out all you need to know about what/who/where we are, as well as how to make appointments whether you are in a ground or online class:
If this is your first time making an appointment with the WCC, you should review this detailed presentation on how to schedule appointments using myWConline, which also includes how to connect to online appointments once they are made. If you just need a refresher, see the instructions below:
How to Change or Cancel an AppointmentAn appointment can be edited or canceled by signing back onto nova.myWConline.com and clicking the orange box and making the changes or pressing the “Cancel this Appointment” button at the bottom of the pop-up window.