- For help with any conceptual and organizational issues in your writing, go to the Writing Center (Briggs 131, 993-1022) to work with a writing consultant.
- For help with any mechanical issues in your writing, go to the Student Success Center (third floor of Library, 993-1143) to work with a writing consultant.
- For English as a Second Language instruction, see Jean Krystyniak (firstname.lastname@example.org, 993-1102) to arrange further instruction in a specific competency area: academic writing, reading comprehension, listening comprehension, or speaking. These courses run for academic credit (3 credit hours each) and will further develop the English language skills you need to succeed in your undergraduate courses at UDM. Classes can be scheduled in a group or one-to-one context, but only through the week of midterms.
- Purdue University’s on-line writing lab has a good section for students for whom English is a second language.
Ann Raimes’s Keys for Writers is an excellent college writing manual.