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Kelli L. Wood

English Professor

El Paso Community College, Transmountain Campus

Call or text: 505-437-1948

kwood@epcc.edu

Room 1101

Come chat with a ninja!

Fall and Spring semesters only


Text, Call,

Online Conference, or

Face-to-Face


No in-office hours on school holidays

Text or Call (505-437-1948) during Reasonable Hours

*Make sure you let me know your name and which course you’re in the first time you leave a message/text.*  


 Also,  I don't answer calls/texts during class or other appointments, so while I’ll often text right back, sometimes I won’t.

Basically, be conscious of the fact I too am human and also deserve to try and maintain a decent work/life balance.


Schedule an Online Conference

Click here to schedule an online conference to work on your writing together.  We can meet via Zoom, Blackboard Collaborate, MS Teams, Google Meet, Discord, or if you want, just talk on the phone.   See the top of your syllabus or schedule for times.  If none of those work for you, text or email and we can find something that will work for both of us.

You will be able to sign up for an online conference up to 10 days in advance.  If there are not options shown for a conference, nothing is available for that 10-day period.  You’ll have to check back over the next few days.  

However, I will not go over your essays or major writing assignments with you before you turn in the draft.  The point of the draft is for you to turn it in and allow me time to give you thoughtful, helpful feedback.  That said, I am happy to answer general questions and help you with some basic brainstorming and direction on specific parts.


In-Office hours:  Transmountain Campus, Room 1101

See the top of your syllabus or schedule  for the semester’s in-office hours.  

However, I will not go over your essays or major writing assignments with you before you turn in the draft.  The point of the draft is for you to turn it in and allow me time to give you thoughtful, helpful feedback.  That said, I am happy to answer general questions and help you with some basic brainstorming and direction on specific parts.


Discord chat: My Discord server.

When I’m doing desk work during the day, I’ll try to be online on Discord and you can chat with me there.  I don’t check in or hang out there much and it’s the least reliable place to find me, but I always plan on getting better about showing up!  I just forget about it a lot.  We’ll see how that goes this semester.