Student Development and Campus Life Overview Reporting directly to the Associate Director for Residential Support Services, the Housing Assignments Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of room assignments for new and returning students throughout the year including summer. Responsibilities Occupancy Coordination Residential Management System Provides day-to-day response to room changes, vacancies and reassignment of rooms. Ensures accuracy of data by running daily reports and working with the staff to verify the accuracy of data.
The English Department is a vibrant community of teachers and students devoted to the study of literature, language, and culture. English majors pursue an engaging course of study that is intellectually rigorous yet flexible and dynamic.
In the English Department, students learn to read and write critically, and to think and conduct research independently. Their intellectual horizons are broadened through an introduction to works from a range of historical periods and countries around the world.
The major helps them become fluent in critical methods—historicism, race and gender studies, formal and textual analysis—that they can apply not just to literature, but also to the representations at the heart of their rapidly changing world. Students develop higher-level writing and thinking skills that support careers in teaching, publishing, law, journalism, communications, the mental health professions and business.
We invite you to learn more about the English department, our faculty, and some of our alumni in these pages. Our Programs The Department of English offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate-level degree programsincluding three brand-new programs: We also offer our traditional major and minor in Englishas well as minors in our Creative Writing and Film Studies programs.
Our MA in English offers small seminar classes with world-renowned experts in English literature as well as a wide variety of programs for teachers.
Programs of Study Careers The skills that you develop in studying English—reading, writing, thinking, research—matter in the workforce, in democracy, and in your personal life. English majors learn to interpret difficult texts, conduct independent research, evaluate conflicting arguments, understand cinematic vocabularies of image and sound, and communicate effectively by mastering the English language.
Our graduates become teachers at every level, kindergarten through college, at home or in remote areas of the world. They are editors, lawyers, journalists, entrepreneurs, policy analysts, public relations personnel and public servants.
They work in publishing, technology, media, entertainment, business, the arts, communications, education, government and non-profits. They are informed citizens, independent researchers, careful readers, artful writers. Careers in English News and Events.The First-Year Writing Program at Montclair State University values students’ honest efforts in the classroom and as writers.
Plagiarism is not tolerated, and this class will educate you about what it is and how to avoid it. First-Year Writing Plagiarism Policy and Procedure The First-Year Writing Program at Montclair State University values students’ honest efforts in the classroom and as writers.
Plagiarism is strongly discouraged and this class will educate you about what it is and how to avoid it. First-Year Writing Plagiarism Policy and Procedure The First-Year Writing Program at Montclair State University values students’ honest efforts in the classroom and as writers.
Plagiarism is strongly discouraged and this class will educate you about what it is and how to avoid it. Montclair State University. Course ID, Section Number, Semester & Year. Course Information. Professor: Add Your name. Class Days/Time/Location: Add days and time/building and room number, or online/hybrid as follows.
A point system is used. At the end of the semester, the numerical grades earned for each written assignment will be. First-Year Writing – Course descriptions, explanations of evaluative criteria and benchmarks for papers, as well as information about the Montclair Book, Exemplary Essay, Live Lit, and other FYW Program news.
Registrar – Academic calendar: last day to add, drop, or withdraw and exam schedule. The First-Year Writing Program describes the purpose of the assignment as follows: "Given the challenging academic programs at Montclair State University, students need to take the writing courses that will enable them to best succeed in their academic careers, beginning with either ENWR (Introduction to College Writing) or ENWR (College Writing I).