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Student Success Center

During the COVID-19 campus closure, all writing support consultations will be conducted remotely. Remote consultations can be conducted asynchronously via email, or in real-time via the WCOnline collaboration platform. Please visit wsu.mywconline.net to schedule and choose your appointment type.

Writing Support

Writing Support at WSU Spokane is available to all registered WSU Spokane students, undergraduate or graduate, enrolled in any major. Our goal is to help you become a more effective, confident, and self-sufficient writer. Schedule an appointment or drop by to discuss any aspect of any writing project at any stage of the writing process.

Writing Support Services

For Students:
Writing Support at WSU Spokane provides:

  • Feedback and assistance with planning, organizing, drafting, revising, and editing any writing project.
  • Support and strategies for managing large research and writing projects like theses, dissertations, and program capstone projects.
  • Assistance and advice on grad school applications, including feedback on writing samples, statements of purpose, letters of intent, and other application documents.
  • Opportunity to learn and grow as a writer through one-on-one sessions focused on any aspect of your writing.

Use mywconline to make an appointment with the Writing Specialist.  You will need to create an account using your WSU e-mail address. For instructions, see WCOnline Instructions.

For Faculty:

Writing Support at WSU Spokane is also available to assist faculty with writing components in their courses through consultations on assignment and rubric design, in-class workshops, and other collaboration opportunities. A partial list of existing workshops is below:

Workshops and Seminars:

  • Undergraduate Academic Writing Overview
  • Introduction to Graduate Writing
  • Crafting the Literature Review
  • Working with Sources / Citation Review
  • Argumentative Writing (NURS 427 Policy Letters)
  • Professional Documents: Cover Letters, CVs, and Resumes

Please note that this list is always expanding and changing. To discuss developing a workshop to meet your course needs or to schedule a classroom visit, please contact Jack Downs (jmdowns@wsu.edu)

Additional Writing Support

Graduate & Professional Writing Center (at WSU Pullman)

 
 

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