Summer Writing Program: On Campus
A writing class without grades. A class where an enthusiastic and experienced teacher makes writing interesting. Where the expectations of college-level writing are presented clearly and concretely and you learn the techniques and approaches you need to write analytically. Where thereâ€™s plenty of time to practice new skills and see how they connect to strengths you already have. Thatâ€™s what youâ€™ll find at the Cooper Union Summer Writing Program.
Hands-on Learning and Practice
The best way to learn to write better is to learn new approaches, practice them, and get feedback. Thatâ€™s why SWP classes are a mix of discussion and hands-on writing. Our classes never have more than twelve students, which means youâ€™ll get individualized attention that will help you continuously improve and refine your work. Our instructors not only teach college-level writing, they have years of experience working one-on-one with students, and they love teaching writing.
In a typical class youâ€™ll:
- Discuss the dayâ€™s reading
- Use writing to generate ideas and ask questions about what youâ€™ve read
- Learn how to build an analytical essay
- Practice the skills you need to develop an argument
How much can you learn in three weeks? Youâ€™ll be amazed. Register here.
|Start / End Dates||July 7 - July 24, 2014|
|Weekly||Mondays to Thursdays|
|Daily Schedule||Two hours in the morning and two in the afternoon w/ one hour break*|
|Location||41 Cooper Square|
|Class Size||Maximum of 12 students|
|Instruction||Experienced college instructors|
|Deposit of $500||Due June 1|
|Full Payment**||Due June 15|
* Typical schedules are 10:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00 or 11:00-1:00 and 2:00-4:00
**Pay in full by June 1st to receive a 10% tuition reduction.