The Writing and Communication Program fosters a culture of communication excellence at Georgia Tech. We emphasize that communication is

  • Rhetorical, or persuasive for particular audiences in particular contexts

  • Multimodal, or WOVEN (Written, Oral, Verbal, Electronic, and Nonverbal)

Click on the headings below for more information about Georgia Tech`s Writing and Communication Program.


A description of the Writing and Communication Program's mission and structure, as well as information for contacting and locating program administrators.


An explanation of WOVEN, information about the Board of Regents' exam, and listings and descriptions for courses such as English 1101, English 1102, and LMC 3403: Technical Communication.

Brittain Fellows

Information about the Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, including faculty and alumni listings, application materials, and details about the ways in which Brittain Fellows develop innovative approaches to digital pedagogy and technical communication.


Research projects, publications, and presentations dedicated to communication theory and pedagogy.

Communication Across Tech

Discipline-specific courses, linked courses, guest lectures, assessment consulting, and professional development workshops that serve students, faculty, staff, and alumni in and beyond Georgia Tech.

Communication Center

The Communication Center is located at 447 in the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. The Center offers tutoring and coaching, rehearsal spaces. The Online Writing Lab and a writing hotline are coming soon.