Centers and Resources
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The Writing Center
The Boise State University Writing Center is a free service open to all members of the campus community students, faculty, and staff. We offer support and encouragement to all writers, primarily through one-to-one and email consultations.
Hemingway Literary Center
The Hemingway Literary Center (HLC) fosters an appreciation for scholarly research and creative activities associated with the literary arts (fiction, poetry, drama, and other textual media). The HLC brings scholars, artists, and authors to Boise State University to give talks and readings, and work one-on-one with students through master classes, panel presentations, and classroom visits.
Melville’s Marginalia Online
Melville’s Marginalia Online is a virtual archive of books owned and borrowed by American author Herman Melville (1819-1891). This year the Hemingway Literary Center is partnering with Melville’s Marginalia Online to bring you a year of events commemorating the bicentennial of the birth of author Herman Melville.
The Mary Ellen Ryder Linguistics Lab
The Mary Ellen Ryder Linguistics Lab supports research, teaching/learning, and community outreach activities of linguistics students and faculty at Boise State University. We are located in the Simplot Micron Academic Success Hub building, rooms 218 and 219. Come by and pay us a visit!
English Language Support
English Language Learners come from diverse backgrounds and have a variety of educational experiences. Boise State University has many programs that can help students as well as faculty to make the university experience a success. Check out English Language Support for more information.