03/24/2017 12:15 pm
The Mail Desk offers most U.S. Postal services, including the purchase of stamps, shipping of packages and regular first class mail. Mail is received daily, Monday through Friday, sorted and distributed to your mailbox. For Faculty and Staff, packages that are over 15 lbs can be directly delivered to your office, upon request. For students, we require you to present your student ID to pick up your package. Please visit the mail desk for your mail and shipping needs!
ARE YOU GRADUATING?
Please stop by the mail desk to turn in your key and close your mail box.
If your key is not returned, you will be charged a $10.00 fine and SAS will be asked to put a hold on all your records.
Please change your address with the post office. We can forward your mail (excludes packages and international) for one month if you complete the proper paperwork at the mail desk.
Thank you for your cooperation.
SUMMER PAPER DELIVERY
Paper will be delivered on Thursdays during the summer. If you need paper at another time, you may stop by the mail desk and pick up a carton or ream(s).
03/08/2017 3:25 pm
03/03/2017 10:35 am
*All trainings will be held in the faculty dining room, 2nd floor, Burpee Center.
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The Writing Center is a place to talk about writing. We believe that we become better writers when we seek feedback and reflect on our writing at all stages of the writing process.
Our peer writing consultants aid that reflection by asking questions and making suggestions that guide writers toward making effective choices, not just in pieces they discuss in the Writing Center, but also in their future writing.
Consultants are readers and responders, not graders or evaluators, and they’re not experts in every genre of writing. Yes, they provide the crucial feedback of a real reader, but they don’t have all the answers. This basic assumption should help everyone involved with the Writing Center:
For more about who we are and to see where we’re located, watch our welcome video.
Students: are you a stellar communicator, both in writing and out loud? Professors: who are the best communicators in your classes?
We accept informal nominations (including self-nominations) for new Writing Center Consultants throughout the year. Send nominations or questions to Dr. Kyle Stedman at email@example.com.
For more details, including a position description and primary responsibilities, visit our full job description.
If you’re ready to apply, follow these steps:
Select two pieces of writing you completed for college-level classes.
Attach these two pieces to an email to Dr. Kyle Stedman (firstname.lastname@example.org). In the body of your email, explain why you chose those two pieces of writing, why you’d like to be a consultant, and what particular qualities you can bring to the position.
Spring 2017 hours:
Location: Howard Colman Library, Main Level
Contact: WritingCenter@rockford.edu, 815-226-4043
If you can’t visit our physical location when we’re open: The Virtual Writing Center is designed as a digital version of our face-to-face Writing Center.
While we recommend the rich communication of face-to-face consultations, we realize that some writers find it inconvenient to travel to campus. Therefore, you may fill out an online form, attach a draft of your writing, and receive response from our consultants with ideas for revision. Please allow up to 48 hours for us to read and respond to your draft. When we are overwhelmed with face-to-face consultations, we may not be able to respond to requests immediately.
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