Welcome to the Composition Program at WSU. The WSU Composition Program endeavors to prepare students for composing a variety of texts that will support their undergraduate careers as well as their lifelong participation in various communities. Courses supporting this work are offered at every undergraduate level and are guided by the WSU Learning Goals for the Baccalaureate Degree as well as goals outlined by various professional organizations including the National Council for Teachers of English and the Council of Writing Program Administrators. The Composition Program also is responsible for the preparation of WSU’s Composition teachers.
Whether you are a current or prospective WSU student, a teacher, or a visitor wanting to know more about the WSU Composition Program, we hope you will find the resources you are looking for at this site. If you have suggestions for improvements or additions to the site, please email Melissa Nicolas, the Director of Composition.
Composition Contact Information:
Director of Composition
Office: Avery 202M
English Department Contact Information:
Main Office: Avery 202
PO Box 645020
Pullman, WA 99164-5020