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The EPML Lounge in CC 318 is a great place to study, grab a snack, and chat with your friends.
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Need help with your writing? Visit the Writing Center.
Academic Support

The Writing Center
The Writing Center serves as informed readers for University writers. Our purpose is to provide assistance for specific challenges encountered by writers and to promote good writing across disciplines. In addition to proofreading for errors, we can provide feedback and guidance. No need to make an appointment with us because we accept all walk-ins! The Writing Center also offers brief presentations about services and grammar workshops for classes, campus organizations, and clubs.

Cornette Library

In addition to their collection of books and other media, Cornette Library offers a variety of databases that will be useful over your academic career. 

Jobs and Career

In partnership with the Office of Career and Professional Development, EPML offers workshops on job skills, from résumé-writing to the job hunt. Open to all students in EPML or General Studies, these events will be published on our Upcoming Events page and through email. 

The Office of Career and Professional Development also maintains a database of job postings and offers a variety of workshops and trainings throughout the year. 

The Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships helps students to apply for prestigious merit-based awards to study internationally. If you're interested in these programs, contact them as soon as possible to start planning. 

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Navigating the University

Useful Offices and Programs

A variety of university offices exist to support you. If you're ever unsure of which office to contact, feel free to ask your advisor or anyone in the EPML office (CC 324).

Health and Wellness

Financial Questions

More Student Support

  • Buff Allies (a group of staff, faculty, and students who are committed to creating a safe campus for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) people)
  • Spectrum (a student group for LGBTQIA people and allies)
  • F1RSTGEN (a student-led group to support first-generation college students) 
  • Gender Studies Program (a certificate program designed to allow students the opportunity to explore constructions of gender and sexuality, both historical and contemporary, across a variety of disciplinary fields.)


Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Classroom Center 324
(806) 651-2455