Stevens' Writing & Communications Center
Develop the written and oral communication skills essential to your success.
Housed in the College of Arts and Letters, the Writing & Communications Center (WCC) empowers students to find success in academic coursework and beyond. Students work with peer and professional consultants to become autonomous and capable writers in their own right.
Students, faculty, and staff from throughout Stevens are invited to register for asynchronous feedback, synchronous tutoring, and group workshops. Complete details on the WCC's services on myStevens.
Appointments are now offered in three formats: face-to-face in Morton 210; online synchronous, conducted in real-time; online asynchronous in which you upload a file and receive feedback via email. All appointments are 50 minutes and begin on the hour.
The center is led by Bobby Pelphrey, director, and Sarah Minsloff, assistant director.
How We Can Help
In-Person and Online Synchronous Appointments
During synchronous, one-on-one sessions, peer and professional consultants provide writing and communications feedback in real-time. The sessions can be held online or face-to-face in Morton 210.
Since 2013, the Writing & Communications Center has offered e-tutoring, enabling Stevens constituents to upload their work and receive feedback via email. For asynchronous appointments, upload your .doc/.docx document (not .pdf) to our scheduling platform, and one of our consultants will send their helpful comments right to your inbox.
Our webinars help attendees develop fundamental communication skills. Stevens' graduates, undergraduates, staff, faculty, and alumni are all invited.
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Coming right to your classroom, the Writing & Communications Center can craft and deliver presentations tailored to your class's needs.
Professional consultants are available to facilitate 60-minute workshops covering a wide variety of communications-related topics. Please review the workshop descriptions on the WCC's myStevens page and then email Bobby Pelphrey, director, to submit a request.