Princeton Writes offers University-wide and customized classes that approach the written and spoken word from a wide variety of angles. These interactive sessions are guided by the premise that even the most accomplished communicator has room to grow and that many shortcomings are common to us all. Learning together – and from each other – can be productive and enjoyable; indeed, even grammar can be fun.
So, using your Princeton netID, visit the University’s Learning Center and sign up for the class or classes most likely to pique your appetite.
Writer’s Toolbox, 2019-2020
The Writer’s Toolbox examines different facets of the written and spoken word, introducing techniques and considerations that are both central to each topic and transferable to others. Taught by the staff of Princeton Writes and guest instructors from across our University community, these two-hour workshops are designed to help you become a more versatile and persuasive communicator. All sessions are held in the Tilghman Classroom, Room E08, Dillon Court East, unless otherwise specified.
Once enrollment opens, anyone with a Princeton netID may register by visiting the University’s Learning Center and choosing one or more Princeton Writes workshops to attend. If you find these workshops to be full, please join the waiting list, not only to take advantage of cancellations but also to help us gauge the level of interest in re-offering them.