The Writing & Communications Center at Stevens


Location & Hours

Morton 210
9am to 5pm

WCC @ the Library in the Great Hall
Monday & Thursday
Walk-in only: first come, first served

Hours subject to change.

Appointments can be made online (click here) and in-person in the Center's office, Morton 210.

Contact us at [email protected].

MISSIONWe seek to empower students by helping them develop the written and oral communication skills essential to their success in academic coursework and beyond Stevens. To that end, our well-trained professional and peer writing consultants respond in ways that best meet the needs of all students. We help students enhance the strengths of their writing as well as identify and address their writing challenges, thereby fostering independence and confidence.

Since our goal is to help students become autonomous and capable writers in their own right, we do not provide proofreading or editing services; nor do we tell students what to write.

Our consultants are available at all stages of the writing process. They will also provide handouts and online links as supplementary resources.

Specifically, students will find free help with:

•       Brainstorming
•       Planning and outlining
•       Identifying patterns of error
•       Recognizing grammar issues
•       Revising. 

We also provide assistance with:

•      Public speaking
•      Presentations
•      English conversation
•      Resumes and cover letters
•      Interview preparation
•      Graduate school applications
•      and more.