This descriptive exploratory study investigates the status of Computers and Composition in English Studies through the eyes of writing teachers and writing program administrators. One significant way to determine where Computers and Composition stands in the profession was to rely on the expressed concerns and perceptions of willing participants from English/writing programs across the United States. As a result, generalizibility is limited to the concerns and perceptions about computer integration into composition as expressed by the participants. The Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) provided a methodological framework for determining the concerns, attitudes, and experiences of people toward the use of instructional technology. The Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) and the Change Facilitator Stages of Concern Questionnaire (CFSoCQ)provided the vehicle for gathering data for the study. Data from the questionnaires, the open- ended questions, which provided triangulation, and the demographic/supplemental items added to the instruments, yielded descriptive information to address the study’s five research questions.