Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)

The Office of Undergraduate Studies convenes WAC coordinators from across the University.  WAC/ WID at CUNY began with the 1999 Board Resolution endorsing the centrality of writing to a university education and calling for the integration of writing across the curriculum. The Board Resolution also established the CUNY Writing Fellows program, which trains CUNY doctoral students to support efforts to improve writing at the campuses.  Annually, six Writing Fellows are assigned to each of the undergraduate campuses (except for the Guttman Community College which is assigned one Fellow); two are assigned to the CUNY School for Professional Studies; and three to the CUNY Law School.

CUNY WRITING FELLOWS JOB DESCRIPTIONS 2015-2016 <pdf>

CUNY Writing Fellows job descriptions 2014-2015 <pdf>

CUNY Writing Fellows job descriptions 2013-2014 <pdf>

CUNY Writing Fellows job descriptions 2012-2013 <pdf>


Reports and resources:

 

archive:

 

Founding Documents:

 

WAC/WID Programs at CUNY:


Baruch College

Borough of Manhattan Community College

Bronx Community College

Brooklyn College

City College

College of Staten Island

CUNY School of Law

CUNY School of Professional Studies

Guttman Community College

Hostos Community College

Hunter College

John Jay College

Kingsborough Community College

LaGuardia Community College

Lehman College

Medgar Evers College

New York City College of Technology

Queens College

Queensborough Community College

York College

 

WAC at CSI Video “Improving the Writing of Future Teachers” (College of Staten Island, 2012):