Intro Courses | Fall 2015

The Columbia University INTRO Creative Writing Program offers free non-credit writing workshops taught by MFA Writing Program students. These courses will help students explore new genres while receiving critical feedback for their work.
 
Classes
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The INTRO Creative Writing Program is pleased to offer 13 classes this fall along with 1 new writing retreat.

Classes will begin on October 16th, 2015 and will run through November 6th, 2015.

You can download the Fall 2015 INTRO Course Packet here.

 
Registration Periods
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The priority deadline to register for fall Intro classes is: Thursday, October 15th at 5:00pm.

 
How to Register
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Submit your course preferences online by visiting this website.
 
Late Registration
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If you are interested in signing up for a class, but have missed the priority deadline, send an email directly to writingcats@gmail.com.
 
 
Questions
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If you have a question about a specific class, you may email the instructor directly. All and any other questions may be directed to the INTRO program coordinator at writingcats@gmail.com.
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Mail Code 1804
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New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-4391
writing@columbia.edu
 
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