NEW! Students who have completed a 2000-level workshop and received a grade of B+ or higher may register themselves in subsequent 3000-level workshops following the same procedures and deadlines that apply to other courses in the Department of English. Students that have completed a 3000-level workshop and received a grade of B+ or higher may register themselves in subsequent 4000-level workshops following the same procedures and deadlines that apply to other courses in the Department of English.
- Students who have never taken a creative writing workshop must submit a registration override request.
- Once the override has been submitted, students must email their writing portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find the writing portfolio guidelines here.
- Once the writing portfolio has been assessed, students will be notified via the registration override system.
Please be advised, due to the popularity of the Creative Writing Workshops, portfolios are to be submitted within 5 business days of the override request submission. If the portfolio is not received, the override request will be cancelled, and you will need to resubmit for consideration. Students are strongly encouraged to submit requests when registration opens as workshops are capped at 20 students and can fill early.
Permission to register in a creative writing workshop is at the discretion of the Creative Writing Committee. Acceptance into a workshop is not guaranteed and is on a first come, first served basis. Students are advised to register in an alternate course until their override has been completed.
Deadline to submit override requests:
- January 16, 2024 for workshops in the winter semester
Workshops offered during 2023-2024:
|Course Code||Catalog Title||Term||Instructor|
|ENGL 2901||Writing Poetry||Winter 2024||D. Stymeist|
|ENGL 3906||Writing Popular Fiction||Winter 2024||K. Molope|
|ENGL 3915||ST: Writing About Climate Crisis||Winter 2024||N. Bozak|