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Mounger Writing Center

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Welcome to WCONLINE, your home for scheduling appointments at West Point's William D. Mounger '48 Writing Center! To get started, register for an account by clicking the link to the left.


The MWC is now closed for the fall term. We'll re-open for the spring on Monday, 23 January.  Check back frequently if you don't see appointments available for booking - new appointments for the upcoming week are usually released the Friday prior. If everything is full for the day you want to come in, try walking in and/or click on the clock icons next to individual days on the schedule to join a Waiting List! 


Starting in Spring 2017, the MWC will regularly host Wednesday Night Workshops on a variety of topics, including specific writing skills, writing for particular occasions, and public speaking. Our workshops are oriented toward Cadets, but any member of the West Point community -- including Cadets, faculty, and staff -- is welcome to attend. Further details and a full schedule coming soon.



You may schedule only one appointment per day.

You may shedule a maximum of two appointments for any given piece of writing.

You may not schedule any appointments for writing on the same day your assignment is due.

You must cite all sessions with us in your final work according to guidelines in the DAW (Appendix A).

For more information, check out the FAQ on our webpage!



The Mounger Writing Center (MWC) is on the second floor of Jefferson Hall (NE Wing). We're open weekdays, 1400-1600, and Sunday-Thursday evenings, 1930-2200. (We're closed on holidays, over holiday weekends, and on modified-schedule days.)

We offer regular one-on-one peer consultations and periodic group workshops to all cadets working on assignments for all academic courses. That means anything from writing essays in the humanities and social sciences to crafting technical reports, executive summaries, and poster presentations for courses in math, science, and engineering. Bring in your writing for oral presentations and PowerPoints, too! For more information, check out the FAQ on our webpage!

We can also talk with you about writing you're doing out of personal interests or to pursue professional opportunities (like personal statements for grad school). Cadet Writing Fellows are trained to assist you with at any stage of the writing process, whether clarifying an initial focus, developing a thesis, structuring an argument, integrating and documenting sources, or revising and polishing a draft. We won't edit or proofread papers, but we will help you learn to identify and rework patterns of error or awkwardness. Our mission is to engage you in sustained, focused conversations that help you to express your ideas more clearly and to become skilled readers and revisers of your own writing.