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NMHU Writing Center

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ABOUT US

At the New Mexico Highlands University Writing Center, we believe that writing confidence and mastery are fundamental to student success and that every student has something important to communicate. To this end, we provide students with the guidance and resources they need to strengthen their skills and to enjoy the writing process.

We are committed to serving undergraduate students in all disciplines with a holistic, student-centered approach to writing. Students may come to us for support at the beginning, in the middle, or near completion of their writing projects. Through one-to-one conferencing with our trained staff, students become better skilled in interpreting assigned reading and in developing and articulating their own ideas.

MISSION

The New Mexico Highlands University Writing Center offers writing support to undergraduates and graduates in all disciplines. We assist students at any level of writing and at any stage in the writing process, whether it is with brainstorming, drafting, or rewriting and revising. Our tutors serve as guides, rather than editors, working in collaboration with students to facilitate their growth as independent, writers, speakers, and thinkers. We believe that talking about and practicing writing are the best ways to develop effective writing skills.

 

Hours for Fall and Spring Semesters
The Writing Center is open Monday through Friday.

Contact Us. We welcome your suggestions and ideas.
Email | Phone: 505.454.3537 | Physical address: Douglas Hall, 115E