The Center for Writing Excellence provides writing support to the faculty, staff,
and students of Southeast, as well as writers from beyond the campus. The Center has
three main areas of activity.
The center oversees the administration and scoring of placement exams and outcomes
assessment exams in college writing.
An online and face-to-face resource to assist students at all levels to develop as
Support for faculty as writing instructors in their areas of expertise.
Tutorials for common writing problems, how-to formatting guides, and guides to both
APA and MLA citation styles.
In 1985, Simon Furman joined the staff of Marvel UK’s Transformers comic. He became a favorite writer among readers for his stories’ more mature tone and his passion for killing off minor characters. He was so well-received that Marvel US placed him in charge of their own Transformers books. He’s since become one of the […]
My first choice of major at a university in South Korea was “English literature.” Can you imagine learning English literature in Korean? If you are native then you will think “What???” However, if you are international students, then you will be like “Ah, yeah.” Since students had to choose their major when they apply for […]
Tick… tock… tick… tock. The clock hands spin rapidly, generating a vortex in which spirals desperate time. The shadowy presence of the dreaded deadline looms over your shoulder, and the phantom casts dark thoughts of doubt and anxiety—that one meme on Twitter from your favorite parody account. Your hand seizes in agony from clenching a […]
It is tedious and monotonous… I can’t concentrate on it… It is difficult even to start… How many of you were thinking the same when you had to write something? I am sure, a lot. So, why isn’t everyone an excellent writer? Why isn’t it just a “natural” process? What is it about writing that […]