Supporting Your Students

Regardless of discipline, faculty are essential to increasing student awareness and use of Writing Center services and resources. Please incorporate one or more of the following elements into each of your courses. 

Syllabus Statement

Include the following information on your syllabi:

KSU Writing Center

You are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the KSU Writing Center, a free resource to help you improve any kind of writing in any subject. Friendly, experienced peer writing assistants work with you one-on-one to develop strategies for topic development, revision, editing, source documentation, and much more. Appointments are available online in real time as well as on both campuses (K-English 242 and M-Johnson 101) and can be scheduled one hour to two weeks in advance. The Writing Center also offers specialized support for graduate students and includes the English Language Program (formerly the ESL Center), which provides a variety of tutoring, advising, and mentoring services for students whose primary language is not English. Visit writingcenter.kennesaw.edu to reserve your appointment and to learn more about Writing Center services and online resources.

Introductory Class Visits

Encourage students in your classes to use the Writing Center by scheduling introductory visits from our Writing Assistants and Graduate Writing Coaches.  Schedule your visit here.

 

D2L Content

Assignment: Writing Center Session + Reflection 

Sample assignment faculty can use or adapt to encourage/incentivize/require student Writing Center sessions: here.

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