Welcome to the WCC!
Here you can find all of your writing and communication needs.
Writing a paper? We’ve got you covered.
Working on a speech? We’ll listen.
Looking for new writing assignment ideas? Let’s talk!
To schedule a conference, just click on the button below!
Be sure to also check out our "Visiting" link on the left to learn more about the WCC, and stay informed about events through the "Resources and "Workshops" links on the left.
For any WCC information, feel free to contact
Don Moore, Ph.D.
L133 Cayan Library
Vision and Mission
SUNY Poly’s Writing and Communications Center (WCC) looks to serve the university community by helping students build upon their working knowledge of fundamental writing and communication skills i.e., developing writing processes and developing literacy, and critical analytical skills.
Offering flexible, student-centered practices and collaborative work, the WCC’s Professional Writing Consultants (PWCs) are dedicated to the center’s emphasis of ongoing, long-term improvement.
Fostering collaboration with our colleagues across campus, we aim to develop and offer a student-centered, self-sustaining community that will support SUNY Poly's exploration of discipline-specific writing throughout the university.
Building bridges within, across, and to the university community provides students, faculty, staff, and Mohawk Valley community members many unique opportunities to see their work as a value-creating practice.
The WCC offers 45-minute scheduled consultations and 30-minute drop-in consultations. We also offer conferences in both face-to-face and virtual formats. For more information, see our Visiting page.
The following are some common assignments or topics with which we can assist:
- Traditional essays
- Creative writing
- Journals and responses
- Bibliographies and outlines
- Anything written for which we can reasonably give feedback regarding its formatting, grammar, syntax, organization, and/or general readability
- Brainstorming sessions
Interested in Becoming a Student Writing Consultant (SWC)?
Becoming a WCC SWC offers the eager student opportunities for professional and individual growth as they help their peers work through the writing and communication demands of the university. Developing a rapport with their student and faculty colleagues situates the SWC well as they engage their world head-on. Find out how you can join our team by signing up or logging in to Handshake!
The WCC is available to give class presentations on our services at your request!
To schedule a class presentation, just send an e-mail to email@example.com with your class specifics i.e., class size, time, and location of the course, and we'll be happy to accommodate you!
Also, for more information on our Faculty Workshops, just click on Faculty Workshops or Resources links on the left for more information.
We look forward to seeing you!