Mounger Writing Center Breadcrumb academics curriculum west point writing program mounger writing center West Point Writing Program (left) MENU The Writing Program About & Frequently Asked Questions Leadership Program History News & Events People The Curriculum List of All Courses First Year Composition Writing-in-the-Core Writing-in-the-Major Writing-in-the-Profession The Pedagogy Pedagogical Model Signature Writing Resources For Faculty For Cadets For the Army For Technical Communication Writing Fellows Program Apply Courses Scholarship Teaching Experiences Mounger Writing Center Make an Appointment Cadet FAQs Faculty FAQs Mounger Writing Center Appointments The MWC conducts in-person consultations by appointment in Jefferson Hall (second floor, northeast wing). More information at usma.mywconline.com. The Writing Center is a great place for all cadets and faculty to take their work-in-progress. Period. We can always help, no matter where you are in the writing process - whether you're just getting started, analyzing a source, generating ideas and outlining your work, or whether you're comprehensively revising as you make your final push. We help no matter whether you're a plebe, firstie, or experienced faculty member and regardless of how confident you feel about your writing - whether you're struggling or excelling or somewhere in between. Bottom line: We're here to support any cadet or faculty member, with any part of a communications project, at any stage of your process, as you develop further as a thinker and writer. The MWC complements the academic assistance that West Pointers receive from the Center for Enhanced Performance and specialists at the Library by supporting the entire spectrum of cadet writing and communication needs. Cadet FAQs For more information about the MWC, including frequently asked questions, visit our cadet FAQ page. Cadets can also find resources for their communication project on our cadet resources page, including guides written by cadets for cadets. Faculty FAQs Faculty can find more information on our faculty FAQ page. The faculty resources page has additional support for teaching communication and writing.