Resources for Faculty

The Resources page for Faculty includes links to relevant, professional storehouses; here, faculty can find support for their work as teachers of writing. Explore assignments, research, and lesson plan ideas developed by scholars in a range of fields. You'll also find accessible resources for cadets in your courses, to betters support their development as writers.

For support with WPWP-linked courses, check out our Guide for Faculty or contact your departmental WPWP Executive Committee (EXCOM) representative or WPWP leadership. You can also check out our permanent Sharepoint repositories with resources for WPWP-linked courses. 

Faculty at West Point are not just teachers, but scholars. In support of faculty writing efforts, the MWC serves all faculty during afternoon hours (1300-1600), when our post-graduate writing fellows are on shift. Get individualized feedback from writing professionals with advanced degrees for any academic or professional writing project. 

Resources for Cadets

Our Cadet Resources page offers a collection of resources to help you recognize what right looks like. Click through guides on every step of the writing process, written by experts at top universities. Or, stay closer to home: the page also features a series of writer guides authored by Cadet Writing Fellows. These guides are for cadets by cadets--about writing at West Point. 

The MWC offers one-on-one consultations during afternoons and evenings. Get individualized feedback on any academic, professional, or personal writing project. 

Have a question about Signature Writing Events or other elements of the WPWP? Check out our FAQ page or our Guide for Cadets

Resources for the Army

Writing is an essential skill for officership. In an interview on the inaugural Battalion Command Assessment Program (BCAP), which includes an essay assessment, former Army Talent Management Task Force (ATMTF) Director MG Joseph McGee explained: "The officer corps will know that if they want to rise to the level of being a battalion commander, it's important for them to do the preparation and work to improve their ability as a writer. That's going to make our communications clearer and better and it's just going to raise the level of performance across the entire officer corps."

The WPWP supports cadets, NCOs, and officers at all levels during their development as effective communicators. 

Resources For The Army