- First-Year Writing Requirement
- International Students
- M-Write Fellows Program
- Minor in Writing
- Peer Writing Consultant Program
- Transfer Students
- Upper-Level Writing Requirement
- Writing Guides
- How Do I Make Sure I Understand an Assignment?
- How Do I Decide What I Should Argue?
- How Can I Create Stronger Analysis?
- How Do I Effectively Integrate Textual Evidence?
- How Do I Write a Great Title?
- What Exactly is an Abstract?
- How Do I Present Findings From My Experiment in a Report?
- What is a Run-on Sentence & How Do I Fix It?
- How Do I Check the Structure of My Argument?
- How Do I Write an Intro, Conclusion, & Body Paragraph?
- How Do I Incorporate Quotes?
- How Can I Create a More Successful Powerpoint?
- How Can I Create a Strong Thesis?
- How Can I Write More Descriptively?
- How Do I Incorporate a Counterargument?
- Links to Other Writing Resources
- Writing Prizes
- Writing Support
Handouts from our Peer Writing Centers:
- Traditional Academic Essays in Three Parts
- Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices, & Run-Ons
- How to Write Clear, Concise, & Direct Sentences
- 12 Common Errors: A Student Self-Editing Guide
- ICE: Introduce, Cite, and Explain Your Evidence
- Developing a Thesis Statement
- Descriptive / Reverse / After-the-Fact Outlines
- Introductions and Conclusions
- Using Articles (for multilingual writers)
Beyond Plagiarism - Best Practices for the Responsible Use of Sources
Navigating the world of sources can be tricky for writers at all stages of their career. Beyond Plagiarism is made up a series of lessons that focuses on strategies for finding, citing, analyzing, and quoting source material responsibly.
The Revision Project - Students Talk About Revision
The Revision Project addresses the most frequently asked questions about the revision process. Through videos and accompanying text, see the process of revision in all of its challenge, excitement, frustration, and satisfaction through the eyes of undergrads at U-M.