Where creativity and professionalism meet
Earning a degree from the School of Communication means
being at the forefront of contemporary communication studies and learning in a
state-of-the-art building that houses its own:
- radio station
- graphic design lab
- broadcast newsroom
- photography studio
- virtual reality lab
- visual merchandising lab
Here, you won’t just walk away with a degree;
you’ll walk away with a resume, portfolio of work, and the skills you’ll need
to turn your creative passion into a lucrative career.
to host your own radio show? Make it happen with our student-run radio station,
into the writing world with weekly, award-winning newspaper, The Lumberjack.
equipment + faculty and peer collaboration = innovative pieces for your portfolio.
Work on or off camera with our student-produced television station, UTV62.
all the creative projects School of Communication students produce in our
Immerse yourself in fictional worlds in our state of the art virtual reality lab. Explore ancient ruins, manipulate molecules and inhabit artistic worlds. Intern at the IVR lab to learn about Virtual Reality Research.