Hava Levitt-Phillips

Hava Levitt-Phillips

Hava Levitt-Phillips

Prof Faculty English/Writing

Hum, Soc & Behav Sciences

(734) 677-5332LA 200N

Office Hours:

Monday  9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Thursday  1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Friday  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


About Hava Levitt-Phillips

In my long, checkered career, I have driven a forklift, put the tops on the bottles at a small juice factory, taught preschool, and painted houses. I spent most of my 'first career' waiting tables all across the country and loved it. Eventually, though, I realized I needed to do something less physically demanding and that would allow me to make a more meaningful contribution to my community.

Helping people was at the core of my love for waitressing, and my passion for writing and reading and all things school-related has been with me pretty much all my life. Thus, as I finally went to college, I realized I wanted to teach literature and writing.

I started the loooong transition from server to teacher at WCC. I transferred to EMU to finish my BA, and then went right back to EMU to complete my MA in English Literature, with cognate work in the Teaching of Writing. I quickly came to love helping people with their writing as a private writing consultant, writing tutor, and part-time instructor at WCC and EMU, before becoming a full-time instructor here at WCC. It is my honor and delight to serve our community at this institution that has made such a profoundly positive difference in my own life.

Eastern Michigan University
Master of Arts - English Literature; Teaching of Writing Cognate
2006 – 2008

Eastern Michigan University
Bachelor of Arts - English Language, Literature, and Writing; History; Secondary Ed Coursework 
2002 – 2006

Washtenaw Community College
Liberal Arts Transfer
1999 – 2002