Enhanced College Writing
Online Course | Course code: EN101-V1 | CRN: 42754 | Credits: 3 | Seats: 15 / 14
This course runs from August 25, 2014 to December 16, 2014
This course is designed to further develop students' reading and writing skills and strategies while enhancing mechanical, grammatical and syntactical techniques. This course will include two lab-hours during which students will workshop and revise assignments with the instructor. This course is an intensive writing course that covers the following stages of writing: preliminary thought and discussion, research, organization, writing, revising and editing. Students produce at least ten pages of formal prose intended for a critical reader as well as at least 15 pages of informal work such as a personal journal. Students work in traditional rhetorical forms and write a research paper. There are no prerequisites or co-requisites; however, students must successfully complete EN 101 before enrolling in other English courses. Students may not receive credit for both EN 101 and EN 111.
Instructor: Robin Voetterl-Riecker
How to Register
- Begin the registration process by submitting the Online Non-Matriculated Application Form.
- Register for your course(s) using Student Online Services.
- Access Herkimer Online Courses one week prior to the course start date.
How do I pay for my course(s)?
- View your charges using Student Online Services. Select "Student Services," then select “Account Summary by Term.” You can then view your charges for the Summer term.
- Tuition is always due before class begins and all accounts must be settled in full prior to the due date of the bill to avoid additional fees and/or possible deregistration from the course(s). To make an electronic payment, select "Make Electronic Payment", from the links listed under the Student Services tab of Student Online Services, and pay your bill using MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or ACH from your checking or savings account. You may also pay over the phone at 315-866-0300 x8315.
Note: prospective students can email the course instructor: Robin Voetterl-Riecker