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Honor's Thesis/Project

The honors thesis is a written project designed to help honors students reveal an original idea based on systematically collected research within the student's major or current area of interest.  The Writing Center, through the Center for Academic Success, is available to assist students with the completion of this project and specifcally to guide the student through the writing process.

The Style and Writing Consultant will assist students by answering their questions about the honors thesis through Blackboard's Discussion Board and through writing consultation appointments both online and on-site.

To make an onsite appointment, please access Tutortrac at http://tutortrac.berkeleycollege.edu

To make an online appointment, please access Write Aid at www.writeaid.berkeleycollege.edu

To make an appointment with CASTAnywhere, please access Tutortrac and choose CASTAnywhere as your campus choice.

 

For Writing Assistance...

Contact Craig Kasprzak

Director, Writing Center

craig-kasprzak@berkeleycollege.edu

212-986-4343, ext. 4352

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