Academic and Technical Writing Program

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Register for 2021/22 classes

Registration for 2021/22 classes opens 15 June 2021. Based on provincial health guidelines most ATWP classes will be taught face-to-face. For students effected by travel and health restrictions we are offering a limited number of online classes. Seats will fill fast for 2021/22 ATWP classes, so don't delay in registering.

Register for 2021/22 classes
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Library support

The Academic and Technical Writing Program collaborates with UVic Libraries to support students. Find more information on our Resources page.

Library support
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Write-In events

Fall and Spring Write-In events offer all UVic students writing advice and support from Academic Writing Requirement instructors, tutors, librarians, and volunteers. Watch our News & events page for details about the next Write-In event.

Write-In events
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Academic Writing Requirement

The Academic Writing Requirement must be met by all undergraduate students enrolled in a degree program at the University of Victoria.

Academic Writing Requirement

Reading | Writing | Research

Get the skills you need for effective written communication, critical thinking and information literacy. The Academic and Technical Writing Program will support your academic success while preparing you to be a life-long learner. 

Academic Writing Requirement

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If you’re enrolled in an undergraduate degree program you must complete an Academic Writing Requirement-designated course unless you have met the requirement when you were accepted to UVic.

Academic Writing Requirement

Resources

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There are many resources across campus that can help support students with their academic reading, writing and research skills. Here are just a few:

Current students

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