University Writing Program Requirements

University Writing Program Requirements

English 100/100p
Writing Associate Program

In 1989, Eastern joined a growing number of American universities—from Ivy League institutions to community colleges—to establish a writing in the disciplines program. Writing in the disciplines at Eastern is designed to help students to learn how writing shapes and aids thinking; to understand the cultures and conventions of their disciplines; and, through practice and revision, to confront their (universal!) insecurities about writing in order to become better, more confident writers in the worlds they will enter when they graduate.

After writing an initial placement essay, students at Eastern complete the following three stages of the University Writing Program:

Stage 1: ENGLISH 100, College Writing, or ENGLISH 100P, College Writing Plus.
Additional information about these courses

Stage 2: Students entering Eastern Fall 2011 or later must complete a designated writing-intensive course or several writing-enhanced courses in their major.
A list of these major-specific course requirements

Stage 3: A designated 300–or 400–level writing-intensive course in the major.
A list of these major-specific course requirements

Students entering with fewer than 75 credits are required to complete all three stages of the writing requirements.

For further information about the University Writing Program at Eastern, visit the Writing Program in the Academic Services Center, Library 134 or contact the Writing Program Director, Dr. Rita Malenczyk.

Additional information about the initial writing placement essay

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