The Department of Communication is home to approximately 600 undergraduate majors, 80 masters students, and 50 doctoral students. Embracing both professional and scholarly approaches, the department provides intensive study and practice in all aspects of human communication. Emphases include journalism (print and broadcast), film, media arts, public relations, and speech communication.

Fall 2021 Returning Student Town Hall from 6/7/2021

*A message regarding COVID-19: We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, but things are gettng better. With Fall registration right around the corner and many still working and studying remotely, you may wonder: "how can I contact my advisors?"

The good news is that advisors in the Department of Communication are continuing to meet with students via phone calls, virtual meetings, and email.

To set up a meeting with Jessica Greenwald, Jaclyn Gaule, or Cleo Moody, please use the AdvisingWorks system and specify if you'd like a phone call, meeting via Microsoft Teams, or other means. You can also email them with questions and they will respond within 24-48 business hours.

To set up an advising meeting with Cleo Moody, please send them an email and they will respond within 24-48 business hours. We will get through this together.*