Courses for Undergraduates

All undergraduate students are encouraged to enroll in the following courses offered by the Writers' Workshop:

*These courses are conducted in much the same way as the Graduate Poetry and Fiction Workshops.

Individual course descriptions are available on ISIS.

Creative Writing Studio Workshop (8C:001) satisfies General Education requirements. Creative Writing (8C:023), Fiction Writing (8C:097), Poetry Writing (8C:098), the Undergraduate Poetry Workshop (8C:166), and the Undergraduate Fiction Workshop (8C:163) may be taken as an elective, applied towards an English major, or towards the English Department's Undergraduate Creative Writing Track.

Admission to the Undergraduate Poetry Workshop (8C:166) and the Undergraduate Fiction Workshop (8C:163) is competitive, based on acceptance of manuscripts submitted for approval. All undergraduate students are encouraged to apply, regardless of whether they are English majors, or enrolled in the Undergraduate Creative Writing Track. Students must submit a manuscript of one short story or 6 to 8 poems to the Workshop office, in the Dey House, during the last day of regular registration -- the Friday before classes start -- between 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM.

The Workshop also runs a summer program for undergraduate and graduate students who are not members of the Workshop.