writing support

Additional UWindsor Writing Assistance

The following is a list of additional writing assistance services available through the University of Windsor. Please consult the individual departments for further information. 

Political Science Help Centre: Staffed by senior undergraduate and graduate students, this service for political science students covers exam prep, note taking, writing skills, study groups, and more.

Writing Improvement Neighbourhood (W.I.N.): Available to all University of Windsor students, the Writing Improvement Neighbourhood provides assistance with all written assignments. Email adh@uwindsor.ca or call x2298 for more information. 

Writer in Residence: Available to all students and community members, the Writer in Residence provides one-on-one editorial consultations, primarily on creative work. Email englishmail@uwindsor.ca or call x2288 for more information.  

Career Development and Experiential Learning: Offers workshops, one-on-one consultations and drop-in peer advising on resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn and social media, letters of intent, interviews and more. Email careerservices@uwindsor.ca or call x3895 for more information.  

Technical Writing Series: Workshop series (4 Saturdays) covering issues of technical writing, structure, citation and more. Open to students and professionals ($100 fee). Email continue@uwindsor.ca for more information (subject line: Technical Writing). 

Students can further develop their writing skills through courses offered through various departments as part of their degree requirements. These include General Arts (Effective Writing I and II [GART-1500 and 1510]), English (Writing Creatively [ENG-1006], Writing About Literature [ENG-1002], Creative Writing I, II, and III [ENG-2710, 3710, and 4710], and Writing Practicum [ENG-4002]), Communications (Screenwriting Fundamentals [CMAF-2200], Fundamentals of Writing for Media [CMAF-2600], Intermediate Screenwriting [CMAF-3200], Scriptwriting for Visual Media [CMAF-3500], and Advanced Screenwriting [CMAF-4200]), Engineering (Technical Communication [GENG-1190], and Engineering and the Profession [GENG-1180]), Business (Business Communications [MGMT-1000]), and more.