Welcome to the WCC!

The University of Waterloo Writing and Communication Centre is a hub of communication and writing practice, support, and research on campus. Writing a paper? Designing a portfolio? Giving a presentation? We're here to help you to work through all stages of the communication process. Check out our service video below or click on a link to the right to learn more about our services.

  1. May 19, 2022Volunteer ECC Facilitators
    Volunteer Opportunuity English Conversation Circles Facilitators

    Do you enjoy great conversations and meeting new people? Then you should join the WCC as an English Conversation Circles volunteer facilitator! Follow the link for more information or to apply.

  2. May 19, 2022Spotlight on Research and Publications
    Writing and Communication Centre

    Clare Bermingham's chapter on "Undoing Happiness with Pleasure: Rhetorics of Affect in The Ladder" is coming out in the new Routledge Handbook of Queer Rhetoric this year.  

  3. May 19, 2022English Conversation Circles are hybrid this term
    English Conversation Circles

    The English Conversation Circles (ECC) are being held both virtually and in person for the Spring 2022 term. Read more In-person meetings will take place on Wednesdays from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Because we have a capacity limit of 15 people for the in-person ECC, we ask that students pre-register and commit to attending all 6 weeks of the program. Students will be admitted to the in-person sessions on a first come, first served basis.  

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  1. Apr. 12, 2022Breaking Assumptions: What I Learned About ECC From Being a Facilitator

    What is ECC? 

  2. Oct. 21, 20214 Things I Wish I Knew as a First Year Student

    I know it can be scary to begin university, and in my case, being an international student meant that I was going to be away from family and friends, or in other words, home…

  3. July 9, 2021Top 6 COVID-19 Prompts to Ace Your Next Virtual Interview
    Top 6 Covid-19 Prompts to Ace Your Next Virtual Interview Banner

    Going digital is the new normal. This could be about moving in-person services to the virtual space or adjusting from on-location work to remote work. As the world is adapting to the pandemic by transitioning online, we must also adapt our skills and job search to this change as well. This includes having to do co-op placements or jobs at home on your computers and having to be interviewed for those positions virtually with answers that highlight your digital skills.

    Below we have compiled some key interview questions with helpful answers to get you through the interview successfully.

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