Hock: “University Writing” off students as unprepared

In a Web column, freshman Joshua Hock argues that the University Writing Program is not necessary for all incoming freshman.

For those who have not developed writing skills comparable to that of their peers, the UW classes should remain available and possibly even mandatory, but the University must give students an opportunity to demonstrate that they are prepared to write in a manner expected by professors.

Read the full column here.

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