Writing Success Workshops
|_||The FAMU Writing Resource Center (WRC) is funded by Title III Programs and supported by the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities. |
Through individualized, self-paced instruction, the WRC affords students the opportunity to reinforce, review, and apply reflection and critical thinking strategies for diverse courses, thereby enabling students to succeed in lower and upper division courses.
In essence, the WRC embodies writing across the curriculum (WAC) principles, such as writing-to-learn and reflective writing activities to enhance learning experiences for student writers at any phase of the writing process. In a session, the student writer can plan a research paper, draft a scholarship application, or develop professional-related assignments.
Along with one-hour, face-to-face tutorials, the WRC also offers small-to-large group consultations through focus groups and in-class workshops.
Our Writing Groups (small group tutorials) are designed to reinforce fundamental language skills and provide a basic foundation for writing at the collegiate level. For more details, please click on our Writing Groups link.
Workshops are designed to provide an overview of important topics that contribute to writing success. All participants should register by following the procedures for scheduling an appointment. At each workshop, participants will be asked to sign in with their Rattler ID cards, so please plan accordingly. To view the workshop schedule, click on our Writing Success Workshops link.
Instructors who would like to request an In-class Workshop on one of the Writing Success topics (or on a topic that can be tailored to address the specific needs of their classes) should complete a “Request for In-class Workshops” form, which can be found on our website under WRC Forms.
For additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Monique Thomas, Coordinator, 850-599-8391, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to serving you!
Schedule By Appointment
"Embracing and Empowering One Writer at a Time"
A Title III Activity