Writing Across The Curriculum

Marshall’s Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program offers writing centered pedagogy to students in disciplines across the university. The WAC program was created by faculty and formally approved by the Faculty Senate in 1994. It is part of Marshall’s general education program.
Writing Intensive (WI) courses reinforce critical thinking skills by using writing in a substantial way to enhance learning. In these courses, writing is not an “extra activity” – it is an integral part of the learning process.

WAC Stats: Fall 2022 semester

154WI Sections
80Faculty teaching WI courses
2,545Total WI enrollment

WAC News

WAC Schedule for Fall 2022 also detailed below

Registrations:

WAC Portfolio Session (September 23, 12:00 – 4:00 PM, virtual)

New WAC Faculty Training (begins October 3)

Fall WAC Workshops (October 21, 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM)

*The Fall WAC Workshop scheduled for October 28 has been cancelled.

Submit your WAC syllabus

Picture of the first page of a syllabus

Instructors who wish to teach courses with the WI designator must be certified. Instructors who have not completed a portfolio must submit a syllabus for each course before the WI designator can be added.

Submit your WAC syllabus

Contact Us

WAC Office
Center For Teaching and Learning
Old Main 109
Telephone: 304-696-2206
Email: wac@marshall.edu

WAC Director

Dr. Jill Underhill
Email: underhillj@marshall.edu

WAC Graduate Assistant

Mia Casingal
Email: wac@marshall.edu

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