The Writing Center offers tutorial help to any student in the University. English majors may use the services of the center and become tutors by taking English 390, Writing Center Theory & Practice (3 credit hours).. If interested, see Sara Littlejohn , Director of the Writing Center, MHRA 3330.
English majors, particularly those interested in careers in journalism or publishing, may write and work for various student-published campus media. Coraddi, the fine arts magazine, welcomes submissions of poetry, fiction, art, and photography. The editorship and staff positions (for editing, design, layout and other tasks in magazine publishing) are often filled by English majors. The Carolinian, the student newspaper, has paid staff and editorship positions. If you are interested in video photography, inquire into the video yearbook, Kaleidoscope.
The national English Honor Society, recognizes excellence in the undergraduate study of language and literature. Each year the department nominates qualified Juniors and Seniors.
The English Society encourages an interest in literature and films and promotes rapport between students and English faculty. The Club's activities have included a Career Day, a film series, talks by creative writers, and poetry/fiction readings by members.