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The writing minor offers opportunities to study creative, persuasive, environmental, and sports writing, along with journalism and writing in digital environments.

About the Program

The writing minor offers a sustained focus on skills employers value in college graduates, especially concerning connections between writing, technology, and creativity as well as collaboration, creativity, problem solving, innovation, and new media literacy. The writing minor prepares students for the tasks expected from today’s employers.

Outside of the classroom, students can explore writing as reporters for our school newspaper, The Guidon, and publish creative work in or serve as editors with The Chameleon Literary Journal. They can meet celebrated novelists, screenwriters, poets, and playwrights who visit campus through our NU Writers Series, and those interested in playwriting and screenwriting can see their work on stage with Pegasus Players and on-screen at the annual NU Film Festival.

Goals, Outcomes & Details

To view additional program details for programs such as course offerings, requirements, and curriculum maps for the writing course offerings and a curriculum map, visit the Norwich University Course Catalog using these links.


Tuition & Financial Aid

We believe in making Norwich University affordable and accessible to all qualified students. 

The Norwich University experience provides leadership training, hands-on learning, and distinctive campus lifestyle options and we believe students should have an equal opportunity to benefit from that education.

Students accepted for admission to Norwich University can expect that Norwich will be their most affordable four-year private university option for residential education.

Learn about Tuition, Costs & Affordibility

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Our Faculty

Dalyn Luedtke

Dalyn Luedtke


  • Associate Professor
  • Director, Center for Writing
Michan Myer

Michan Myer


  • Lecturer
  • Associate Director, Center for Writing