The UWPs are contained in a single unit that includes responsibility for the Writing Committee, Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC), the Connors Writing Center (CWC), and the Online Writing Lab (OWL). The curricular component of WAC, consisting of the writing-intensive (WI) courses, is situated within academic departments.
We work with academic units, departments, allied programs, individual faculty, and students to advance the culture of writing at UNH. This approach values and encourages writing as an "activity and subject of study,"1 not only in writing intensive (WI) classes but wherever writing occurs. Through frequent guided practice, UNH students become accustomed to negotiating the writing process, are more self aware and able to transfer positive writing habits, and can adjust to differing genre conventions. We offer a wide array of services and resources to support students and faculty with their writing-based endeavors in the curriculum.
 Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Elizabeth Wardle, Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies. Boulder: UP Colorado. 2015. 15. Print.